Yad Eliyahu was established in 1929. It developed in accordance with plans drawn up by Jacob Ben Sira, the Tel Aviv municipal engineer. The neighborhood, named for Haganah leader Eliyahu Golomb, became the site of housing projects for ex-servicemen after World War II.
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