The urban areas in Arab cities are often devoid of spaces that support and incubate women in terms of occupational expression, which results in unequal vision and opportunities dictated by patriarchal authority. The ancient city of Nazareth is an example of how social-gender construction reflects and affects a built-up area. Today the city is incapable of allocating and producing nongendered activity and employment spaces. However, new commercial and employment spaces have recently been developed by female entrepreneurs in the Old City of Nazareth. The project identifies such activities within the Old City as a starting point for developing a system of women employed by women who can grow, develop, and serve the broad female cross-section of society. The aim of the project is to strengthen and give the necessary background and professional basis to every woman in order to ensure her future and life.