Lev HaMifratz has three floors of stores, a food court, an underground parking garage, and an above ground parking garage. In the past, it included an amusement park, a miniature golf course and an ice skating rink.
The area around Lev HaMifratz is also a transportation hub. Behind it is a train station, with trains to Nahariya and Tel Aviv. The entrance to the station is from the above ground parking garage. It is also adjacent to the Haifa Bay Central Bus Station, which is the main junction between the Krayot and the city of Haifa.
In 2003, terrorists attempted to bomb the mall. The terror attack was thwarted when police sappers disarmed a bomb weighing dozens of kilograms in a car outside the mall Saturday night. Israeli police suspect Hezbollah or another organization with links to Iran was behind the attempted bombing.
- "Lev HaMifratz Mall". IsraelMalls.net. Archived from the original on 25 December 2008. Retrieved 11 November 2015.
- David Ratner, Uri Ash, Ha'aretz Correspondents, Haifa Found Lacking Sufficient Bomb Shelters in Case of Attack, Apr 09, 2002 12:00 AM
- A missile in the Mall
- Amos, Harel. "Iran-Backed Group May Be Behind Haifa Bomb Attempt". Haaretz. Haaretz. Retrieved 6 August 2011.