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Jerusalem Gateway
The Jerusalem Gateway Project is destined to become one of Israel’s most important business quarters spreading over an area of approximately 51 Acres (300 Dunams). The business quarter is projected to create 60,000 new jobs for Israel’s capital and will offer extensive employment, commercial, and culture leisure, as well an estimate of 2,000 hotel rooms and a vibrant, active, and welcoming public area. In addition, the project will establish Israel’s largest integrated transportation hub  including a high-speed train, two light rail lines, public transit lanes, and bike lanes.

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Shaare Zedek

The Shaare Zedek Complex is located on the Jaffa axis, containing an impressive historic structure. The front of the structure faces Jaffa street, and it serves as a milestone in the development of Jerusalem’s main street. These days, the Jerusalem Development Authority is promoting a large-scale construction project on the lot. The project will consist of 4 towers – two residential towers and two office towers. The two will be integrated into the existing built fabric using meticulous architectural design integrating old and new.

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Balilius

Two towers will be built in the lot that used to be the temporary central bus station, with intense mixed use including residence, commerce, employment, offices, and hotels. The lot is privately owned.

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The Courts Compound

The Jerusalem Gateway Project is destined to become the home of Jerusalem’s Courts Compound, in a well-designed, high-quality, accessible complex. Concentrating the various courts of justice will  benefit the city’s residents, and will provide a significant public anchor  at the heart of the Jerusalem Gateway Project.

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The District Government Offices

Recently, construction of the District Government compound in the entrance to the city has commenced. The District Government compound will be the first towers erected in the area, and will contain a concentration of main government offices also serving as a link with the nearby Government Office Compound and the rest of the Jerusalem Gateway Project. The lot area will contain an open passage for pedestrians, who will benefit from high-quality, meticulous development at a standard set by the Jerusalem Gateway Landscape Architects. ay. In addition, the public will enjoy highly accessible commercial areas.

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K Complex

the ‘K’ Complex, is situated near the new train station (Navon Station) and between two light rail lines – the red and the green (future line) – and will be the first to be publicly marketed out of all the project’s lots. The  location offers maximum access to all means of transportation in the district, which situates it as a highly attractive area for developers. The lot area will contain two towers, combining commerce and employment. Due to its central location, the area will attract  copious pedestrian traffic linking the various  areas of the project, making it a particularly vibrant and active site.

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The Train Tower

Works on the tower are due to commence shortly, and in a few years, it will tower over Jerusalem’s new business quarter. The tower was designed by world-famous architects, and its unique shape will render it an attractive visitor center. The tower will combine office use and commerce, and it will benefit from an underground connection to the train station that will open in 2018.

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A3 Complex

The lot is located between two new streets that will be built within the project. Levzion street will be the axis point between the Jerusalem Gateway business quarter , the Government Office Compound, and the Dvora Omer Boulevard – a carefully planned public realm that will lead to the Calatrava Bridge. The tower will offer culture and employment over ground floor commerce.

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ICC Jerusalem

The International Convention Center is at the heart of the project and is an inseparable part of the future  business quarter. The International Convention Center area will contain the largest convention and conference center in the Middle East, based on the current national infrastructure it contains. The center will also contain hotels, office buildings, and a high-quality commercial boulevard that will supplement the overall commercial mixture in the Jerusalem Gateway quarter

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A2 Complex

The corner lot offers a view to the Calatrava  Bridge, and will therefore benefit from an environment with low-rise building. The lot will contain mixed-use functions – employment, commerce, and culture.

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B Complex

The B complex borders the Dvora Omer boulevard – a prestigious public boulevard connecting Levzion street (new) and the Herzel axis – the main transportation axis between the project and the city. Due to its proximity to the Calatrava Bridge, the lot will contain a low-rise building style which will give the monumental bridge the visibility and respect it deserves. The lot area will contain mixed-use buildings – hospitality, employment, culture, and commerce.

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C Complex

The Jerusalem Gateway Project’s southwestern area connect it to the existing hotel and hospitality area. These towers will provide the main tourist-orientated area of the district, providing a high-rise, mixed-use, construction model, mixing hotels, employment, and commerce.

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D Complex

The Jerusalem Gateway Project’s southwestern area connect it to the existing hotel and hospitality area. These towers will provide the main tourist-orientated area of the district, providing a high-rise, mixed-use, construction model, mixing hotels, employment, and commerce.

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National Insurance Institute of Israel

The National Insurance Institute of Israel is located east to Levzion street and south to ICC Jerusalem

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