The Jerusalem Municipality announced Sunday that 100 new apartments will be built in the city's popular Nahlaot neighborhood.
Nahlaot, a mix of new and old next to the Mahane Yehuda market, is currently home to 1,700 residents, whose average age is 25, the city said.
The construction project is part of a citywide
building plan to utilize unused space in the congested capital.
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