Industrial & High Tech Parks

Industrial & High Tech Parks

​Supply of workspace in Jerusalem - Garden Industry & Hi-Tech:

Jerusalem offers a myriad of parks and advanced technology industrial gardens. Listed below are existing parks and gardens, industrial areas, and high-tech employment centers.


Har Hotzvim

Type: Industry and Technology Park
General: Har Hotzvim Park - concentrates on its grounds, the best of the Israeli high-tech industry, and is therefore considered one of the largest high-tech centers and an industry leader in the State of Israel. The park is populated primarily by electronics companies and manufacturers, computers, chemical companies. Besides the large companies, the park is also home to medium and small-sized high-tech companies and small start-ups and incubators.
Companies: RAFA, TEVA, INTEL, IBM Sigma, AVX, Cisco, RAD, Ophir Optronics, Medinol, Mobileye.

For more information:

The park webssite



Category: Technology Garden
General: The garden is populated by high-tech industries and technology companies. Garden size - 70,000 square meters. Two-thirds of the residents of the garden are high-tech companies. The garden’s attractive location near the Malha shopping mall, businesses and other offices ensures easy access.
Companies: JOHN BRYCE, ATT SYSTEMS, Ex Libris and Internet software companies, Contact Production and more.

For more information:

Contact Victor Krief, manager of GATI:



Type: Industrial Park
General: The Atarot Industrial Park is the largest in the Jerusalem metropolitan area. The park is 1500 acres in size with about 180 factories with 4,500 employees. The park factories are characterized by the following industries: food, chemical, iron and wood and are an important source of growth for Israel and its capital, Jerusalem. The park is located in Atarot, north of Jerusalem, and is occupied by most of the traditional industries that operate in the city. A significant benefit of Atarot Industrial Park is easy access, both for those coming out of Jerusalem and those coming from the center.
Companies: Egged, Amisragas, Amal, Super Drink and more.

For more information:


The Director of Care Management and Atarot Industrial Park **, David Porat:


Givat Shaul

Type: Industrial Area
General: Givat Shaul industrial area is one of the oldest parks in Jerusalem. In recent years, the Givat Shaul industrial area has undergone some big changes and it now contains more high-tech industries.


Biomed Park Ein Kerem

Type: Biomedical Park
General: The biomedical park adjacent to the Ein Karem Hadassah Medical Center and Medical School of the Hebrew University. The park is the ideal site for companies in the life sciences. These companies benefit from infrastructure, research and many quality clinical services of the Hebrew University and Hadassah Medical Center in Ein Kerem.

For more information:

Director of Marketing at Minrav - Mr. Asher Fahn
Phone: 08-8516202
The park site


Hi-tech village in Givat Ram

Category: Technology Park
General: The hi-tech village in Givat Ram is one of the first compounds in Israel which was established adjacent to infrastructures of knowledge and academic research. The village was established at the Hebrew University campus to provide temporary housing for start-up technology companies.
Companies: in the village are high-tech companies like HUMANEYES Technologies Ltd. (production and software development, which makes digital video sequence or three-dimensional images), Salem Passive Components (electronic capacitors) and Signet Technologies (cellular products).
* Information is provided courtesy of the JDA Site