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Rova Mevo Ha'ir

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Rova Mevo Ha'ir

Rova Mevo Ha'ir (Hebrew: רובע מבוא העיר), is a project establishing the main entrance to Jerusalem from road 1 is supposed to also connect to the Jerusalem Central Bus Station, and the railway station behind, and the Jerusalem Light Rail with Jerusalem Chords Bridge in which a central entrance to Jerusalem. The program is designed to further the establishment of many towers for commercial and residential, including construction of two towers to expand International Convention Center. There should also concentrate all Israel Broadcasting Authority Studios site will include "the old Shaare Zedek Hospital" (IBA Complex). Part of the new complex will be built on the ruins of an old neighborhood will not hurt to build commercial buildings and offices. Part of the complex will include the western part of Shaarei Tzedek neighborhood. Apple Inc. in cooperation with the Jerusalem Municipality plans to build the first digital library in the world on the first new commercial boulevard to be established next to Mishkenot Hauma neighborhood.

Construction program is the main entrance to Jerusalem as a complementary project to Kiryat HaLeom located just south.

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  • Rova Mevo Ha'ir at Haaretz website

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