A building that has stood for more than a century in the Israeli capital, the old Jewish Quarter has been converted into a thriving neighbourhood.
The new development is an ambitious, high-rise hotel, office, hotel bar and restaurant, all in the heart of the old district.
The building, built in 1929, was originally the headquarters of the Rabbinical court, and became the Jewish Quarter’s most popular tourist destination in the 1960s.
Since then, it has hosted many different types of events and events, from concerts and other celebrations to parties and other gatherings, and has even hosted some Israeli TV programs.
In 2015, the building was listed as a heritage site by the Antiquities Authority, and it received a new designation as part of the national heritage in Israel program.
It has also been featured in many documentaries and books about Israel.
“I love this building, it’s such a beautiful building,” said Moti Golan, who was born and raised in the neighbourhood.
“When I first moved here, I was amazed that this building was still there.”
In 2016, Golan was working as a lawyer in Tel Aviv when he came across a picture of the building on the internet.
“It made me smile, I just wanted to get my hands on it and open it up, and I saw this building on TV,” he said.
“So I went there and bought a ticket for it and I was like, this is the best place to open up a hotel, I’ll do anything for it.”
When Golan got the opportunity to build a hotel with his friends and family, he jumped at the chance.
“The whole project was a dream come true, and that’s why we started this project, to make this building accessible to all,” he explained.
The hotel is one of many buildings that have stood in the Jewish quarter since it was built.
The building has been a gathering place for many different kinds of people, including Palestinians, Arabs, Christians and Jews.
In 2016 the project received a national heritage designation from the Antiquity Authority, but the building has still not been listed in the National Register of Historic Places, or NIMP.
Golan said the site needs a bigger, more dedicated spot in order to preserve it.
“There are lots of things that need to be done for the building, and this is just one of them,” he added.
The project has been funded through a partnership between the local Jewish community, the Jewish Museum of Tel Aviv, and the Rabbinic court.
The Rabbinic Court has built a number of hotels, including one of the most prestigious ones in the world, the Hotel Mitzpeh in Jerusalem.
According to the Rabbinate, the Mitzpah is “the most prestigious Jewish hotel in the Middle East”.
In a statement, the Rabbis said, “We are committed to preserving and improving the building that we built in this historic district, which has served as the centre of Jewish life in Israel since the first centuries.”
“The building has stood in this district for many centuries and is considered one of Tel Tel Aviv’s most important cultural and historic sites,” it said.
The Jewish Museum said that the hotel is being restored to its former glory, and is currently being renovated.
“This project was initiated by the local municipality to ensure that the building is preserved and restored,” it added.
“As part of this project we hope that the project will bring about a positive change in the historic neighbourhood, as it has been the centre for many cultural events in Tel Zvi, and for many people.”