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Jerusalem in transition

The buildings and streets of Jerusalem are in a state of flux. Reasons include preparing for a new President, the Israel Festival, summer activities for children, building a new business park, wedding ceremonies, preparing for tourists and pomegranates forming on … Continue reading

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Jerusalem the eternal city

Archaeologists have unearthed a massive Neolithic city during construction of the access roads from the Motza junction to the future Jerusalem Gateway business park. They discovered ancient alleys, buildings for up to 3,000 residents, burial sites, arrowheads, jewelry, plaster, seeds … Continue reading

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Jerusalem rebuilt

Israel’s capital is seeing huge numbers of building projects. They include the Jerusalem Gateway business park, a new wing of Shaare Tzedek hospital, the new National Library, the Jerusalem cable car and new court buildings in Jaffa Road.  Things are … Continue reading

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Jerusalem gets down to business

Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat and Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz have laid the cornerstone for the new $364 million, 173-acre Jerusalem Gateway business park. It will include nine 36-floor skyscrapers, business centers, hotels, and 70,000 square meters of leisure and cultural … Continue reading

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Jerusalem’s “Front Gate” to provide 50,000 jobs

The $1 billion project to expand Jerusalem’s Western edge includes new malls, hotels and business parks. There will be 2,000 new hotel rooms, 230,000 square meters for industry and business, and 49,000 square meters for recreation and leisure. http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/185410#.VCEYkleGfB8

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40,000 new jobs for Jerusalem

Israel is to build 12 new skyscrapers in a business park containing 1 million square meters of office space at the entrance to Jerusalem. The area will contain the terminus for the new high-speed train linking Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. … Continue reading

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