Haifa to build largest cinema in North

June 4, 2013 17:03


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The Haifa Economic Corporation on Wednesday announced plans to build a 20,000 sq. m. cinema complex in Haifa, to be the largest in the North.

The HEC invested NIS 200m in the complex, which will be built part of the commercial complex attached to the Sammy Ofer Stadium in the southern outskirts of the city.

“We put a lot of thought into making the Sammy Ofer Stadium the most advanced in the country,” said Haifa Mayor Yona Yahav, “and for this reason we’re building a cinema and entertainment complex at the Sammy Ofer Stadium site.”

The city has posted a tender for the construction of the stadium.

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