Sufrin Group

Real Estate Excellency

 
The Sufrin Group is a family corporation of companies in the field of real estate. The group was formed in 2009 by four members of the Sufrin family: Eng. Kalman Sufrin, founder and former chairman of B.S.R. and founding father of the purchasing groups concept in Israel, and his sons: Koby, Lion and Tsahi.
 
The Sufrin Group engages in the initiation of large-scale residential, office and commercial projects in the areas of demand.
 
The group's team of experts engages in a broad range of aspects:  
 
1.  Land identification and evaluation of the associated construction rights
2.  Formulation of a construction program
3.  Preparation of the set of contracts
4.  Management of the marketing activity
5  .Management of the planning proceedings and obtaining of the construction permits
6.  Management and supervision on the construction stage
7.  Supervision of the project's occupancy   
 
 
The group is considered one of the leaders in its field in Israel, and enjoys an outstanding reputation, thanks to its professionalism, innovation and continuous striving to set new standards in the industry. 

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Vision

The Sufrin Group is one of the cornerstones of the real estate field in Israel. For over four decades, we have initiated, managed and built groundbreaking residential, commercial and office projects in Israel and around the world. Dozens of completed projects and thousands of satisfied partners serve as our ID card and as the fuel for our continued day-to-day operations.
 
As a family company, we recognize the magnitude of our responsibility, and are committed to creating projects which contribute to a high-quality urban environment for our partners and children. This mission is carried out in accordance with clear human and business principles which have been formulated over the years and which are based on our continuous striving towards excellence, innovation and the meeting of our objectives.
 
Our core activity is based on the cultivation of long-term, trust-based relationships with people, whether partners, clients or suppliers, to whom we strive to, provide economic and emotional value. 

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Kalman Sufrin

How to make vision become reality

 
 
Kalman Sufrin is an engineer, graduate of the School of Civil Engineering at the Israel Institute of Technology in 1968 and considered one of Israel's top engineers-constructors.
 
Early in his professional career, he engaged in construction planning of projects in Israel and abroad. He later participated in planning and management teams for large scale public projects in Israel and around the world. In the course of his work, he gained experience in many aspects of large-scale project management, and also engaged in the application and implementation of innovative construction technologies.
 
In the late 1960s, he founded the B.S.R. company, which engaged in the engineering planning and management of projects in the private and public sectors.
 
In the early 1980s, Kalman was appointed as leader of the planning and construction team of Jerusalem's Pisgat Ze'ev neighborhood on behalf of the Ministry of Housing, at a project scope of 12,000 housing units. He engaged in the planning and carrying out of development and infrastructure, planning of residential buildings, and management of the housing companies which built the housing units in the areas allotted to them. In 1987, he won the prestigious Kaplan Prize from the President of Israel, Mr. Ezer Weizmann, of Blessed Memory, for his part in the project's management.
 
  In the 1980s, he participated in planning and management teams for the construction of IDF bases in the Negev, which were relocated from Sinai after the signing of the peace treaty with Egypt.
 
In the mid-1980s, he developed a method for initiating projects in an innovative format, where the final consumer is actually the entrepreneur who purchases the land property and who orders construction services, and it is that entrepreneur who benefits from the saving of entrepreneurial profit. This format eventually became known as the genesis of purchasing groups in Israel.
 
Kalman has planned and carried out dozens of residential, office and commercial purchasing group projects, including B.S.R. Towers 1 and 2 in Ramat Gan and Bnei Brak, Gibor Sport Tower in Ramat Gan, Manhattan Tower in Tel Aviv's Park Tzameret, Toyota Towers in Tel Aviv, and more. On these projects, he engaged in locating the project, forming the group of final consumers and providing all planning, supervision and management services as well as handling the banking accompaniment until occupancy, while maintaining full collaboration and coordination with all partners.
 
In the course of his activity, he has initiated, managed and founded dozens of projects in Eastern Europe and the United States, and has won many prizes.
 
Nowadays, he serves as Chairman of the Sufrin Group.         

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Kalman Sufrin

How to make vision become reality

 
 
Kalman Sufrin is an engineer, graduate of the School of Civil Engineering at the Israel Institute of Technology in 1968 and considered one of Israel's top engineers-constructors.
 
Early in his professional career, he engaged in construction planning of projects in Israel and abroad. He later participated in planning and management teams for large scale public projects in Israel and around the world. In the course of his work, he gained experience in many aspects of large-scale project management, and also engaged in the application and implementation of innovative construction technologies.
 
In the late 1960s, he founded the B.S.R. company, which engaged in the engineering planning and management of projects in the private and public sectors.
 
In the early 1980s, Kalman was appointed as leader of the planning and construction team of Jerusalem's Pisgat Ze'ev neighborhood on behalf of the Ministry of Housing, at a project scope of 12,000 housing units. He engaged in the planning and carrying out of development and infrastructure, planning of residential buildings, and management of the housing companies which built the housing units in the areas allotted to them. In 1987, he won the prestigious Kaplan Prize from the President of Israel, Mr. Ezer Weizmann, of Blessed Memory, for his part in the project's management.
 
 




In the 1980s, he participated in planning and management teams for the construction of IDF bases in the Negev, which were relocated from Sinai after the signing of the peace treaty with Egypt.
 
In the mid-1980s, he developed a method for initiating projects in an innovative format, where the final consumer is actually the entrepreneur who purchases the land property and who orders construction services, and it is that entrepreneur who benefits from the saving of entrepreneurial profit. This format eventually became known as the genesis of purchasing groups in Israel.
 
Kalman has planned and carried out dozens of residential, office and commercial purchasing group projects, including B.S.R. Towers 1 and 2 in Ramat Gan and Bnei Brak, Gibor Sport Tower in Ramat Gan, Manhattan Tower in Tel Aviv's Park Tzameret, Toyota Towers in Tel Aviv, and more. On these projects, he engaged in locating the project, forming the group of final consumers and providing all planning, supervision and management services as well as handling the banking accompaniment until occupancy, while maintaining full collaboration and coordination with all partners.
 
In the course of his activity, he has initiated, managed and founded dozens of projects in Eastern Europe and the United States, and has won many prizes.
 
Nowadays, he serves as Chairman of the Sufrin Group.