Gone into oblivion

According to the law, if a property becomes uninhabitable, its owner benefits from a significant reduction in the taxes imposed.

April 13, 2016 18:54
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the former President Hotel Jerusalem

The site of the former President Hotel on Ahad Ha’am Street. In a comic twist, the derelict sign now reads ‘Resident Ho.’. (photo credit: ERICA SCHACHNE)

They are everywhere – in rich and prestigious neighborhoods, in the city center, in some of Jerusalem’s most historic neighborhoods and in the less well-groomed.

They can be large buildings or small houses; they may have a past rich in stories or be simply closed, abandoned, forgotten ruins.


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