The Prime Minister’s Office under Benjamin Netanyahu is reviving long-stalled plans to construct a combined PMO and official residence, known colloquially as the “Israeli White House,” Kan news reported Sunday.

If fulfilled, the project is expected to cost hundreds of millions of shekels.

Plans for a single compound that will house the Israeli prime minister’s dwelling and offices have intermittently been considered for long years, but have been frozen time and again for various reasons.

The Kan report said the PMO was now looking for an architect and a project manager to advance the matter.... Read More: Times of Israel