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Angry politicians threatened to pressure Netanyahu to rescind the decision, which would prevent workers from breaking ground on new housing projects.
"We are living on top of each other – there is nowhere left to build.”
The possibility of building a 28-unit apartment project at the site, was raised in May 2014 by the Ministry of Construction and Housing.
“I want to do things that make better cities and places.Whether it’s in Israel or abroad, all of the world is in front of me.”
By KAYLA ROSEN
One of the city’s most ‘dysfunctional’ buildings is getting a new lease on life – as part of celestial, eco-friendly Jerusalem.
By Gil Stern Stern ZOHAR
Set to permanently alter Jerusalem’s skyline, Daniel Libeskind’s 39-story Pyramid Tower is controversial, to say the least.
By PEGGY CIDOR
As new buildings sprout across Jerusalem, the city is losing its gap-toothed smile.
Rehavia maintains its tranquil, upper-class aura to this day.
By JOHN BENZAQUEN
By TAMAR BEERI
Tel Aviv's skyline is set to reach new heights with the planned construction of a 350-meters-tall building.
By EYTAN HALON
The Ministry of Construction and Housing has tried to push for additional new communities in the south, but these were not approved by the committee on principle planning matters and were dismissed.
By ORI CHUDY/GLOBES
Emergency personnel responded to reports of a collapsed roof at a construction site.
By UDI SHAHAM
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