Jerusalem City Center - Urban Renewal Plan Jerusalem City Center - Urban Renewal Plan Jerusalem City Center - Urban Renewal Plan
CLIENT: Jerusalem Municipality Eden Municipal Development Co.
LOCATION: Jerusalem, Israel
DATE: 2003
STATUS: PLANNING APPROVED
CLIENT: Jerusalem Municipality Eden Municipal Development Co.
LOCATION: Jerusalem, Israel
DATE: 2003
STATUS: PLANNING APPROVED
CLIENT: Jerusalem Municipality Eden Municipal Development Co.
LOCATION: Jerusalem, Israel
DATE: 2003
STATUS: PLANNING APPROVED
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Participating in a multi disciplined team to create a new masterplan for the city center of jerusalem with its historic, social and economic imnplications. The project team investigated the effects resulting from the imposition of high rise structures upon the existing urban fabric. The team was also tasked with identifying potential sites for redevelopment, upgrading public spaces, researching the impact of a new LTR system, and recommending special sites of interest for preservation, renovation, and renovation or rehabilitation.

In collaboration with Architect Arie Kots.
Participating in a multi disciplined team to create a new masterplan for the city center of jerusalem with its historic, social and economic imnplications. The project team investigated the effects resulting from the imposition of high rise structures upon the existing urban fabric. The team was also tasked with identifying potential sites for redevelopment, upgrading public spaces, researching the impact of a new LTR system, and recommending special sites of interest for preservation, renovation, and renovation or rehabilitation.

In collaboration with Architect Arie Kots.
Participating in a multi disciplined team to create a new masterplan for the city center of jerusalem with its historic, social and economic imnplications. The project team investigated the effects resulting from the imposition of high rise structures upon the existing urban fabric. The team was also tasked with identifying potential sites for redevelopment, upgrading public spaces, researching the impact of a new LTR system, and recommending special sites of interest for preservation, renovation, and renovation or rehabilitation.

In collaboration with Architect Arie Kots.