Givat Shaul is a commercial district that borders the city entrance to its east (adjacent to the iconic Bridge of Strings), and the Har Nof neighborhood to its west. The Jerusalem Light Rail’s green line, currently under construction, will pass through this neighborhood’s main axis, Kanfei Nesharim Street, making it easily accessible to city residents. Givat Shaul’s northern border, Nachum Hafzadi Street, is adorned with new office towers and offers accessibility to those arriving from the city’s entrance. The southernmost Givat Shaul Street serves as an additional entrance to Jerusalem via Route 16. This bustling district houses government offices, nonprofit organizations, post offices, banks, businesses, and offices for freelance professionals. In addition, it offers an array of restaurants, bakeries, retail stores of all types, supermarkets, and more.
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