During April 2008, a salvage excavation was conducted at 7 Amos Street in Tel Aviv (Permit No. A-5420; map ref. 179295-320/666756-81), prior to construction. The excavation, on behalf of the Israel Antiquities Authority, was directed by D. Kirshner.
Remains of a modern rectangular building were discovered in the excavation (25 sq m). One course of the structure survived, built of kurkar stones (0.30×0.35 m) founded on a fill of soil containing modern roof tiles, nails and fragments of modern glass. The remains of a modern garden that included stones and a fragment of a roof tile were also found.