Pat is a neighborhood in southwestern Jerusalem, located between Katamon in the north and Beit Safafa in the south.

The Pat neighborhood is named for Yaacov Pat, a commander of the Haganah.[1]

Pat was the last of the Katamonim neighborhoods built in the 1950s to provide housing for residents of the Maabara transit camps and other socio-economically weak populations. The main thoroughfare is Yaacov Pat Street, which separates it from Katamon Het.

In the 1990s, under the auspices of “Project Renewal,” apartment blocks in Pat were expanded and faced with Jerusalem stone. The construction of Malha MallTeddy Stadium and the Jerusalem Railway Station, which are all near Pat, along with the development of the Talpiot industrial zone and the construction of the Begin Expressway, have increased property values.

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