The Sandler House was constructed in the early 1940s by an unknown architect. The building has a typical Florentine-style typology of four floors with mixed uses that combine living, commercial and office spaces. Additionally, it used to have a sausage factory in the back of the loot. The building is part of the preservation fabric listed in the new Florentine preservation plan meaning that it is one of the buildings that creates the unique urban fabric of Florentine. Moreover, it is the first building being preserved under the new plan with the collaboration of the Tel Aviv municipality and the project entrepreneur. As part of the preservation project of the building, two stories were added to the originally four stories building, as well as a setback story, which defines the street section in a softer way, and an entire back wing. The add stories were designed to enhance the presence of original stories, which was done by simpler lines, elements, materials and colors.