The first planned Palestinian city and biggest private sector project, Rawabi, has just inaugurated the largest commercial center in the heart of the city.
Q Center, which is 150,000 square meters wide, contains stores of the the world’s leading brands as part of its attempts to strengthen the Palestinian economy and development.
It offers a variety of activities, since in has shopping malls that are home to a range of international brands that many of the Palestinian citizens can now reach locally. The center also has a technological complex that seeks to attract IT companies, and restaurants, and more facilities.
Founder of Rawabi City, Bashar Al-Masri, said that this achievement is a source of pride to the Palestinians, since it was created and is run by Palestinians themselves.
Rawabi also offers opportunities for investors who described their experience as pleasant and satisfactory with the city that envisions future civilization, technological development and innovative nature.
Director of Q Center, Ibrahim Barakat, said that the center focused on international brands so as to attract the international community to visit Palestine.
The tour, organized by Rawabi for journalists and was part of the city’s quest to promote the most modern city in Palestine, which counts as a sample of entrepreneurship, and reflects the Palestinian will to live safely and independently like other peoples of the world.