Israel is bursting at the seams.
The town of Herzliya, as of 2017, is expected to triple in size as tens of thousands of housing units are being built. Acres of land are being set aside for industrial zones and office space. City planners are saving additional space for playgrounds, parks, and other leisure activities for current and future residents.
The same is being planned for Eilat, which is expected to double in size over the next decade, as well as Jerusalem, whose new high-speed rail line from Tel Aviv will bring new commerce, tourists, and residents to breathe new life into its local economy.
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