Kevin Bermeister and his team of Israeli urban planners, with tourism minister’s enthusiastic endorsement, are giving King Herod a run for his money
At his Passover seder table, Kevin Bermeister wasn’t just thinking about “next year in Jerusalem.” The 51-year-old Australian technology innovator and
real estate investor was contemplating the Holy City 30 years down the road.
In 2040 – or 5800 on the Hebrew calendar – Bermeister envisions a Jerusalem with underground traffic systems, rooftop gardens, and vehicle-free pedestrian areas in places like the Old City. Read more >