Kiryat Ta’asuka in Givat Shaul

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Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat announced today that the municipality has approved of the construction of nine new towers in Givat Shaul. The buildings will range in height from 12-24 storeys tall and will provide office space for a range of businesses from high-tech to medical. Mayor Barkat proclaimed that the construction of the new office park will create tens of thousands of new jobs and employment opportunities.

The towers will be constructed in place of the former Mifromal aluminium factory, which closed in 2005.

Studio Yigal Levi provided designs for the new buildings, but additional information was unavailable at the time of publishing.

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Kiryat Ta’asuka in Givat Shaul