Jewish Journal


November 8, 2011

Times Square in Tel Aviv


Tel Aviv Port. Photo by Deror Avi

Tel Aviv Port. Photo by Deror Avi

The Tel Aviv Port will soon become the Times Square of Israel’s city that doesn’t sleep.

An $8 million project will include a culture complex in the north port and a night film screening venue. A wood deck is planned for concerts and multimedia events.

The project was initiated by The Tel Aviv Municipality and the Tourism Ministry through its Atarim company.

An overhaul of the port’s recreation facilities, to bring people to the venue during the day as well as at night, will cost about $26 million, according to reports.

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