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Rawabi 20 km north from Ramallah.  The new biggest planned city in West Bank, aimed to host 25000 residents at first and 40000 in the future. The strategy of the developer  is to attract Palestinian companies to set their  Head Quarter in the heart of Rawabi, in order to impulse the development of the city. All the urban facilities of a modern liberal city are already planned “<br />
The city will encompass more than 5,000 housing units and a central commercial area with banks, retail shops, restaurants, cafes, medical facilities, offices, a hotel, a movie theater and 3 cinemas. The city will also offer 8 schools, green spaces, playgrounds, civic services, church and mosques.”  (website of Rawabi)<br />
Bayti Real Estate Investment Company, the developer of Rawabi, is a joint venture of Qatari government-owned Qatari Diar and Ramallah-based Massar International
Rawabi 20 km north from Ramallah. The new biggest planned city in West Bank, aimed to host 25000 residents at first and 40000 in the future. The strategy of the developer is to attract Palestinian companies to set their Head Quarter in the heart of Rawabi, in order to impulse the development of the city. All the urban facilities of a modern liberal city are already planned “
The city will encompass more than 5,000 housing units and a central commercial area with banks, retail shops, restaurants, cafes, medical facilities, offices, a hotel, a movie theater and 3 cinemas. The city will also offer 8 schools, green spaces, playgrounds, civic services, church and mosques.” (website of Rawabi)
Bayti Real Estate Investment Company, the developer of Rawabi, is a joint venture of Qatari government-owned Qatari Diar and Ramallah-based Massar International

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