Mobileye Cuts 20 Floors From its Planned New Jerusalem Building
The Israeli chipmaker announced plans to construct a new campus in Jerusalem’s Har Hotzvim High-Tech Park in 2018
Dotan Levy | 13:52 20.01.2020
Jerusalem-headquartered automotive chipmaker Mobileye has decided to change its plans for the new campus it is building in Jerusalem’s Har Hotzvim High-Tech Park, announced in 2018. Having originally planned a 30-floor tower in the midst of smaller buildings, the company is now moving on with a plan for nine-floor buildings instead, according to two people familiar with the matter who spoke to Calcalist on condition of anonymity. Mobileye received a digging permit for the site in July 2017 and has already started work on the site, with the official moving-in date set for October 2022. In the original plan submitted by the company, Mobileye asked to set up a 12,000-square-meter campus with four 10-floor buildings and an additional tower 30-floors high, altogether about 135,000 square meters of space intended to house all of the company’s global operations. The project was estimated at NIS 950 million (approximately $254.6 million at the time). Now Mobileye is looking to construct five buildings, each with nine floors, the people familiar with the matter said.