A beautiful abandoned art deco building known as Dr. Mohammad Khaled's hospital located on Abdallah Khaled Street. The hospital functioned from 1932 till 1975.
BDD 740 was renovated in 2017 as part of the Beirut Digital District project. This building overlooks the Fouad Chehab Bridge, Martyr's Square and Bechara El Khoury Highway.
BDD 1082 was renovated in 2013 as part of the Beirut Digital District project. The outside of the building is characterized by unique architecture that reflects Beirut's old heritage, but its inside has been transformed into contemporary office space.
BDD 1281, a heritage building, was renovated in 2017 as part of the Beirut Digital District project. The outside of the building resembles the old traditional architecture of Beirut and carries its historical legacy, but its inside enjoys innovative architecture.
Known as "The Egg" or "The Dome", this iconic war-scarred structure was commissioned as part of a modernist set of buildings in 1965 and was designed by the Lebanese architect Joseph Philippe Karam. The egg was planned to be a movie theater as part of a 'Beirut City Center' project which was unfinished with the start of the civil war in 1975.
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Originally known as Le Grand Théâtre des Mille et une Nuits, this venue built in the late 1920s is of great historical importance to Beirut. It consisted of an Italianate theatre and a small hotel with small shops, rental apartments and offices along the street's front arcade. The theater was greatly damaged during the Lebanese Civil War. Solidere had plans to convert it into a boutique hotel.
Beautiful old Kanafani building before and during renovation. The building is located on the northern entrance of Hawd al Wilaya.
Khandak el-Ghamik is rich with old and heritage buildings.
Source: Mike Awwad's book "بيروت بالقلب" (Bayrūt bel-qalb)
The historic St. Georges Church, built in 1878 and located on Tyane Street, was devastated by the war. It will be restored by Beirut Digital District, a private real estate project, to preserve its unique architecture.
A beautiful heritage building in Downtown Beirut owned by Dr. Mosbah Bakri, currently rented by the Lebanese Government to be used as a center for State Council (Conseil d'état).