This diploma project deals with the creation of a neighborhood near the byzantine wall in the city of Salonika. The area of Eski Delik (at the present time named Kalithea), like the rest of the areas near the wall, reflects the citie's residential particularity. Spiral alleys, refugees houses, blocks of the early 70s and embellished churches create a space overtime. From the muslim groups of the 17th century and the Asia Minor distraction until the post war period and the neo-greek patents, the space remains distraughted. In the area are preserved many factors which dictate a way of living in binding relation with the wall, the outdoor space and the natural landscape within the limits of the metropolis. The project tries to define the present living terms and incorporate them in the contemporary city space rather than designing a renovation project. In other words the project proposes a way of living according to the particularities which are creating space nowadays in this area. The composition includes the creation of ten residencies, one market and different stores as well as incorporates housing and landscape with the public outdoor space. The market as the dominant public area, tries to separate itself geometrically from the rest of the intervention, while the natural space, the cliffs and rocks are now accessible. In this way the mix of natural and artificial space gives the opportunity for the users to move towards the byzantine wall.