Hines Partners With SWAPP
Hines Partners With SWAPP to Reduce Planning Time by 85% and to Increase Planning Efficiency.
Hines Director Annie Rinker notes: "SWAPP’s platform has been an invaluable tool for Hines as we continue to optimize flexible space design for future Square locations and prepare for substantial growth of The Square portfolio.”
Swapp's AI platform helps real estate developers
The Israeli startup Swapp promises:
a comprehensive construction plan in weeks instead of months and considerable financial savings.
The entrepreneur, Eitan Tzarfati, served as CEO of Autodesk Israel after selling his previous startup.
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Eitan Tsarfati is a serial tech entrepreneur and Co-Founder and CEO of SWAPP, an AI-based construction planning company which partners with architects to leverage the power of AI-driven platforms.
He is an architect and a Harvard-Business School Alumnus who served as the former CEO of Autodesk Israel.
Swapp Raises $7 Million
Swapp Raises $7 Million to Automate Construction Planning with AI. “Swapp’s AI solution is a game-changer in the field of real estate development and construction-planning”
Tsarfati said in a statement.
"We believe Swapp has the ability to reinvent architecture"
"Swapp's AI-powered platform is designed to help modernize real estate development by simplifying the slow and fragmented planning process, allowing developers to create a full set of architectural plans within weeks. We are pleased to support their continued growth."
Daniel Gwak, partner at Point72 Ventures
Led by Eitan Tsarfati, Co-founder and CEO, Swapp is an AI-driven planning company that developed a single-platform for real-estate developers and construction companies to create their entire construction planning, from feasibility assessments to detailed construction documents plans and begin work within weeks.
Steven Cohen-led venture capital firm invests in Israel-based startup
STAMFORD — Point72 Ventures, the venture capital business founded by billionaire hedge fund investor Steven Cohen, announced this week that it was co-leading a $7 million investment in a construction planning technology firm.
"We believe Swapp has the ability to reinvent architecture by automating the entire construction planning process," said Daniel Gwak, partner at Point72 Ventures.
The investment will support Swapp's continued market expansion for its construction-planning platform and expand its AI capabilities.