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.