The new Rami Levi mall in northern Yerushalayim will open this Tuesday, the Times of Israel reported.
The mall, which is located in the Atarot neighborhood, will serve both Arab and Jewish residents, and will contain about 50 stores spread over 25,000 square meters. It was built at a cost of $53 million.
Many of Israel’s largest retailers will have branches in the new mall, as will several Arab-owned stores. The mall has been met with opposition from several Islamic organizations in Yerushalayim, which warned the 120,000 Arab residents of northern Jerusalem not to shop there.
Read more at Arutz Sheva.