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Coronavirus crisis affects housing project industry, gov't steps in

The coronavirus crisis has an overlooked effect on the building industry as well, which the Housing Ministry intends to solve.

Adler acquires Ado in huge European real estate deal

The combined group has assets of some EUR 8.5 billion in Germany.


Israel's housing market is waking up

An increase in the volume of mortgages taken up by the public in recent months is a clear sign that the housing market is waking from its slumber

THE TEL AVIV skyline; the area around the city is home to many Israeli start-ups

Gush Dan office occupancy rates continue climb

Despite the increase in skyscrapers in Gush Dan, office occupancy is still rising, with Tel Aviv at 94%, Ramat Gan 93%, and Herzliya 92%, according to a study by CBRE Israel.

Raul Srugo at The Jerusalem Post elections conference, April 3rd, 2019

Raul Srugo on the housing issue: We are marching toward the greatest crisis

Srugo said that if Israel does not deal with the housing crisis, “we are marching toward the greatest crisis that Israel will have seen since the establishment of the state.”

New housing spiked only in West Bank settlements and Tel Aviv in 2018

On a percentage basis, West Bank settlements also saw the largest spike in housing finishes, 28% compared to the 3% increase in 2018 the rest of the country.

New housing units for couples in Jerusalem.

Jerusalem to build apartments for young couples

There will be some commercial units included in the project as well.

Kulano MK Dr. Yifat Shasha Biton

Yifat Shasha Biton appointed Minister of Construction and Housing

She has introduced laws aimed at increasing the protection of the personal safety of infants and toddlers while serving as the chairwoman of the Committee on Children Rights.

Ze'ev Elkin

Elkin: E. J’lem Arabs can live in rest of city

"We must take moral responsibility. There is no sovereignty without responsibility," Elkin said.

Wall street

Middle Israel: The writing on Wall Street’s spires

Hardly seven years after religious fanatics punctured Manhattan’s fabled skyline, economic disease sprang from its financial bowels, challenging America’s economic vitality, sway and faith.

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