New neighborhoods located in Beersheba are changing the city and ensuring quality of life for residents
Violet neighborhood. Wanted area
20,000 apartments planned to be built in the coming years will make the capital of the Negev a new and modern city. Already, two neighborhoods are being built in Be'er Sheva, which will change the city's surface and be a symbol of its renewal and make it attractive to young couples from the center as well.
Some of the construction will be land-bound and some high-rise residential buildings. All new neighborhoods include educational and public institutions, expansive public parks, sports facilities, cultural and arts centers and more. The city is currently undergoing accelerated construction in the Violet neighborhood and the Park neighborhood.
Violet neighborhood: A quality community
Violets is a new, young and modern neighborhood, located at the western entrance, from the sought after areas of the city. It includes a saturated construction of about 1,620 housing units. To date, 876 units have been successfully marketed. The population is expected to start in the second half of 2020. The remaining apartments (744 units) are currently being marketed.
The well-kept neighborhoods will be dipped in a sloping green park with kindergartens, schools, shopping centers, many play areas and cuddly corners. Residents of the young neighborhood will be a quality and well-established community that will raise its children in the highest quality of life in Israel. The neighborhood is near Country Club, Bike Park, Skate Park and the Technical School. It is bounded by Interstate 25, allowing for quick entry and exit into and out of the neighborhood.
This is a neighborhood designed in detail, setting guidelines for construction, development, architectural design and arranging traffic solutions at the highest level.
Park neighborhood: Green and beautiful
The Park neighborhood is a new residential neighborhood located on the Beer Sheva stream park, at the southeast entrance. It covers about 1,150 acres. The plan is to build 4,318 housing units in the next few years, ranging from 8-story buildings to ground-floor homes. To date, 3,097 housing units have been successfully marketed.
The neighborhood can be reached in several directions - straight from Highway 40 or Highway 6, without having to cross the city and cross the loads (if any) in the main traffic lanes.
The neighborhood boasts a Beer Sheva stream park with the largest artificial lake in Israel, a bird watching park, a huge sports complex and entertainment and leisure complexes, including shopping centers.
Park neighborhood. The country's largest artificial lake // Photo: Diego Mittelberg
Central Avenue leads from the entrance square (Route 25) to the lake and park. Educational institutions will be located along another avenue. The Sderot meeting proposes a central urban square, which is a meeting point, and the environment will be developed public buildings, commercial fronts and diverse urban activity.
The design emphasizes sustainability and climate adaptation, with consideration for pedestrians, cyclists and public transport. A linear park for pedestrians and cyclists crosses the neighborhood and will be developed as a unique public space, spread across elementary schools, seating areas, interactive lighting and the neighborhood entrance. The axis will end in front of the Beit Eshel heritage site.
In addition, a new educational district will be set up next to the Be'er Sheva River Park next to an American Zionist youth school, with a $ 150 million municipal investment. In addition, diverse public institutions, health and welfare complexes will be established.
The neighborhood is located near the employment areas and opposite the IKEA complex. A pedestrian bridge will connect the neighborhood with the Big Complex, the Beersheba River Park and the Exhibition Complex, above the stream's outline.
Combining the built-up space and grassy areas of the park together with the large lake creates a one-of-a-kind urban space that will appeal to a population who wants to enjoy all the worlds: on the one hand, to live in a modern city close to all shopping, employment and service centers, and on the other, to live in a green, well-maintained and peaceful environment.
By virtue of the roof agreement signed by Beersheba with the state, tens of millions of shekels have already been poured into the administration, so that it will take care of the construction of public buildings and infrastructure even before the population.
Transport and high-tech
It doesn't end in two neighborhoods. In addition to the development momentum, a number of new neighborhoods are also being built: anemone land-borne neighborhood in northwest Be'er Sheva, Kiryat Ganim (Stadium and Sarmil complex), and segment 5 in the Neve Ze'ev neighborhood. At the same time, Rakputh neighborhoods are planned near the northern entrance, a new neighborhood in Ramot and a neighborhood in the southern foyer.
According to the strategic plan drafted by the Beersheba Municipality, the light rail project, urban and intercity transport solutions, the biomedical center, the additional hospital, the innovation district, the other buildings in the high-tech park, Kiryat Tashkov, the intelligence campus, the northern campus of Ben University will be promoted in the coming decade. Gurion, the campus of engineering arts and architecture in the Old City, the continuation of the Beersheba River Park, new neighborhoods alongside urban renewal in old neighborhoods.
In cooperation with the municipality of Beer Sheva
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