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Bak’a Garden Apartments, Jerusalem

Israeli Residential Development: New Housing – design by YBGSNA Architects

4 Jun 2013

Bak’a Garden Apartments Jerusalem

Design: YBGSNA, Architects

Location: Bak’a neighborhood, Jerusalem, Israel

Bak’a Garden Apartments Jerusalem

Jerusalem Housing Development

The Bak’a Garden Apartments is a luxury residential complex in the heart of the historic Bak’a neighborhood. The buildings are designed in a classic townhouse configuration with assortment of duplex garden apartments, single level apartments and duplex penthouse apartments. The urban layout is arranged to blend with the historic urban fabric of Bak’a with additional private and semi-private common pedestrian path.

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Baka Garden Apartments – Building Information

Area: 4,300 m2
Cost: $12,000,000
Client: A. Haver & J. Banit
Design: YBGSNA
Plumbing: A. Yosha Ltd
Structural Engineer: E. Benwalid Engineers

Photography: G. Shifman-Nathan, Ilia Krivoruchko

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Location: Bak’a, Jerusalem, Israel

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Baka was established in the late 19th century after the completion of the Jerusalem Railway Station. The station created the nucleus of a commercial center that eventually attracted wealthy Arab, Christian and Armenian families from the Old City who built mansions there in the 1920s. The neighborhood had an agricultural character until the 1950s.
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