Jerusalem Gateway

Jerusalem’s International

Business Quarter

Project Video
The Jerusalem Gateway
At the heart of Israel's success

The district will be constructed with 1.2 million square meters of mixed-use buildings interspersed with attractive, dynamic, public urban spaces featuring Israel’s largest integrated transport hub at its center. This unique, cutting-edge commercial district is where the words of business, finance, academia, cultural and national institutions powerful intersect.

  • Israel’s Largest Integrated Transportation Hub

    Israel’s transportation hub seamlessly integrates Israel Railways’ Navon Station (just 32 minutes from Tel Aviv), with three light railway lines, Jerusalem’s Central Bus Station with 280 urban and intercity bus lines per hour, and two kilometres of new bicycle paths.

  • Israel’s Leading Business Center

    Mixed-use development offers employment opportunities focusing on commerce, hotel, tourism and government, together with an ecosystem of culture, academia and government services that will interconnect to make the City Gateway the place for Israel’s greatest and most significant economic achievements in the future.

  • State-of-the-Art Public Urban Space

    Topotek 1, landscape architects, won the international architectural competition to plan the project’s public urban spaces which will be designed and built to an exceptionally high standard to create an attractive, vibrant, open urban space at the city’s gateway.

  • National Partnerships

    The project is managed and administered by Eden – The Jerusalem Economic Development Company, with implementation carried out by Moriah – The Jerusalem Development Company in collaboration with the Jerusalem Municipality, the Ministry of Transportation, the Ministry of Finance and the Israel Land Authority with an investment of 1.4 billion shekels

The Project in Numbers
  • 1200000
    Square meters
    For offices, commerce, hotels, public and residential buildings
  • 350000
    Per day
  • 60000
    New employment opportunities
  • 32
    Tel Aviv to Jerusalem by train
  • 20
    Up to 40 stories high
  • 3
    Light Rail Lines
    Red, Green, Yellow

The Lots


Precel colors
  • Private ownership/SOLD
  • Public use
  • Available parcels for sale
  • Public use and for sale
Map symbols
  • Light rail station
  • Israel rail station
  • Parking lot
Transportation markings
  • Light Rail - Red Line
  • Light Rail - Green Line
  • Light Rail - Yellow Line
  • Israel Railway
  • Light Rail Station
  • Light Rail Station
  • Light Rail Station