Mobileye Jerusalem Office Campus

Two months after their $15.3 billion acquisition by Intel, Mobileye has revealed plans for a new campus on Har Hotzvim. The company, which currently employs just under 700 people, expects to grow to 4,000, making the new office park crucial to their expansion goal.

Designed by Moshe Zur Architects, the project comprises a 30-storey tower and eight smaller buildings which will add 57,000 square meters of office space. The interior makes use of an open workspace design common in modern office parks, despite their questionable benefits.

Also of concern is the addition of more buildings in an area that already suffers from major traffic congestion. Of course, by the time the project is completed, construction of the blue line of the light rail, which will serve hundreds of thousands of commuters, will be well underway.

Mobileye Jerusalem Office Campus

3 thoughts on “Mobileye Jerusalem Office Campus

  1. Shimon Elstein says:

    Another 3400 employees coming to Har Hotzvim every day.
    Most will come by car. This will increase the number of cars entering Har Hotzvim by 50% !!!!
    Traffic is very bad now. This will be a disaster.

    When will the Jerusalem Municipality learn that it needs to plan roads together with building plans ???????

    Har Hotzvim urgently needs to have its own exit from Begin that leads directly into the park. This would solve the daily morning traffic jams that plague Har Hotzvim and significantly reduce the traffic jams for Ramot residents going into town. The problem is that >5000 drivers need to make left turns at traffic lights on Golda Meir Blvd. It’s ridiculous.

  2. Shimon Elstein says:

    “Also of concern is the addition of more buildings in an area that already suffers from major traffic congestion. Of course, by the time the project is completed, construction of the blue line of the light rail, which will serve hundreds of thousands of commuters, will be well underway.”

    The construction of the light rail will be well underway when the complex is completed ?????
    So traffic in the area will be a total disaster !!!!!!

    Doesn’t anybody in Jerusalem city planning have some common sense?

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