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Jaffa Road, Jerusalem

Another architectural example of the mixed-use building trend that currently defines the international real estate development market.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs North complex in Jerusalem. The complex, at the entrance to Israel’s capital city, is in one of the most attractive and strategic locations. This project is being built jointly with the Balilius family, AKA Real Estate - a leading Jerusalem firm in the luxury residential construction sector - and with Drori Real Estate, and is a combination of residential apartments, offices, a hotel and commercial space. The planning and design are being entrusted to two firms: MYS Architects, one of most reputable Israeli firms for luxury housing, and Bitman Ben-Tzur Architects, a leading Jerusalem firm. The 72,000-square-meters project consists of a residential tower with 200 apartments of 2-5 rooms, and a mixed-use tower housing a business hotel, a commercial floor and office space.

Residences: 26,000 square meters – about 200 apartments
Offices: 38,000 square meters
Hotel: 7,000 square meters
Commerce: 1,000 square meters

 

  • Project architect: MYS Architects and Bitman Ben-Tzur Architects
  • Location: Jerusalem, between Jaffa and Shazar streets, near the government compound.
Architectural simulation Jerusalem THE CAPITAL
Architectural simulation Jerusalem THE CAPITAL