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Jerusalem Technology Park

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Jerusalem Technology Park

Jerusalem Technology Park (Hebrew: גט"י - הגן הטכנולוגי‎), also Malha Technology Park (Hebrew: הגן הטכנולוגי מלחה‎, Hagan HaTechnologi Malha) is a high-tech industrial park located in the Malha neighborhood of southwest Jerusalem, Israel.

The central office tower in the park

The Jerusalem Technology Park covers an area of about 15 acres (61,000 m2) and was built gradually and populated since 1996, along with the development of the entire area, which includes: the Jerusalem Mall, Teddy Stadium, Jerusalem Malha Railway Station, Jerusalem Tennis center, the Biblical Zoo, a residential neighborhood and a park.[1]

The Park was designed and built as part of urban development plan that puts an emphasis on integrating the urban fabric with the surrounding landscape, while creating a quality working environment. Within the park, in-between its buildings, there is also a Sculpture garden.[1]


A view of the park from a nearby hill
with the Jerusalem Mall (far left)
and Malha Railway Station (far right)
A view of the park lawn and building 9

The park is owned and managed by Isras Group, which offers office space in the park to rent only, while providing management and maintenance services. 70% of the tenants are Hi-tech sector companies and 30% are from the business services and media sectors.[2] Notable tenants include:

See also


  1. ^ a b Jerusalem Technology Park - official website (Hebrew)
  2. ^ Isras Group Official website (English)
  3. ^ IBM R&D Labs in Israel | Jerusalem Facility
  4. ^ Genesis Networks > Facilities & Technology > Points of Presence
  5. ^ Thomson Reuters Israel

External links

  • Photo of the Jerusalem Technology Park

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