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French Hill

The other side of the railroad tracks…French Hill..Good investor Opportunities. French Hill HaGiv'a HaTzarfatit, also Giv'at Shapira is a neighborhood built in northern East Jerusalem[1] after the area was conquered by Israel after the Six-Day War in 1967.

Armon Hanatziv

Armon HaNatziv or East Talpiot is a Jewish neighborhood in Southeast Jerusalem, bordering Arnona, and is a 4 minute drive to Baka. It is a small residential neighborhood with a mix of native Israelis, Anglos, Russians, French, and more, with all levels of religious and non religious observance.

German Colony

The German Colony‎, HaMoshava HaGermanit, is a neighborhood in Jerusalem built in the second half of the 19th century by members of the German Temple Society. Today the Moshava, as it is popularly known, is an upscale neighborhood bisected by Emek Refaim Street,

Arnona

Arnona is a neighborhood in southern Jerusalem, situated between Talpiot and Ramat Rachel. It has a rural feeling, yet is located in a city – A relatively unusual combination. a family- oriented community

Bayit Vagan

Bayit Vagan is a neighborhood in southwest Jerusalem. Bayit Vagan is located to the east of Mount Herzl and borders the neighborhoods of Kiryat Hayovel and Givat Mordechai. their are schools in the neighborhood

Shaarei Hesed

Sha'arei Hesed is a neighborhood in central Jerusalem, bordering Rehavia, Nahlaot and Kiryat Wolfson. One of the founders of the neighborhood
was Yoel Moshe Salomon,
who also founded Nahalat Shiv'a

Ramat Eshkol

Jerusalem’s Ramat Eshkol/Givat Hamivtar neighborhood, is located in northern Jerusalem a quiet area, slightly removed from the hustle and bustle of the city center, was established after the Six Day War

Beit Hakerem

Beit HaKerem is a largely secular upscale neighborhood in southwest Jerusalem. Beit HaKerem has a population of 15,000 Beit Hakerem is a lovely neighbourhood near the light rail close to Hebrew University's Givat Ram campus, the Shaarei Tzedek hospital

Gilo

Gilo is one of the largest neighborhoods situated in south-east Jerusalem, with about 35,000 residents of which 3,000 are under the age of 18 (estimates vary, depending on their source). The neighborhood’s population makes it the equivalent of small urban center such as Tiberius and Maale Adumim.

Old Katamon

A great neighborhood for singles, young families, middle age and senior citizens. It is primarily a Dati Leumi population but there are also secular and more right-wing religious residents. It is walking distance to Emek Refaim, Talpiot, Rehavia and even the center of town.

Katamonim

Katamonim, also known as the Gonenim, is a Jerusalem neighborhood, located in the Southeast section of the city, tucked between the Pat Junction and Old Katamon. The area is attracting younger couples and singles that cannot afford Old Katamon prices, but want to be in walking distance

Talbeih

An upscale neighborhood with quiet parks, Talbiya is home to the Jerusalem Theatre, a striking stone venue staging music, dance, and drama. The Museum for Islamic Art exhibits paintings and artifacts dating from the 7th to the 19th centuries, while Hansen House, originally a leprosy asylum, hosts art and design events.

Baka

Baka is a beautiful, green neighbourhood located in the South West of Jerusalem. Whilst Baka is mainly residential, it is fantastically well located in terms of local amenities, being within a short walk/drive to many local points of interest. Nearby attractions include the First Station

Rehavia

Rehavia is an upscale Jerusalem neighborhood located between the city center and Talbieh. The suburb received its name from Eliezer Yelin, its first inhabitant, and one of its early architects, and was named after Moses’ grandson, “Rehavia”.

Nachlaot

Nachlaot is a grouping of 23 courtyard neighborhoods in central Jerusalem. The area is known for its narrow, winding lanes, old-style housing, hidden courtyards and many small synagogues. Nachlaot is a hip neighborhood that's home to the open-air Mahane Yehuda Market

Pisgat ze'ev

Pisgat Ze'ev is an Israeli settlement in East Jerusalem and the largest residential neighborhood in Jerusalem with a population of over 50,000. Pisgat Ze'ev may well become the next hot location for real estate hunters in Jerusalem

Malcha

Malha is a neighborhood in southwest Jerusalem, between Pat, Ramat Denya and Kiryat Hayovel the neighborhood was modernised and a large housing development was established on the nearby hill. Malcha mall is by far Jerusalem's largest and popular shopping mall

Talpiot

Talpiot is an Israeli neighborhood in southeastern Jerusalem, established in 1922 by Zionist pioneers. It was built as a garden suburb on land purchased by the Tel Aviv-based Palestine Land Development Company and other Jewish building societies.

Moshavim

An upscale neighborhood with quiet parks, Talbiya is home to the Jerusalem Theatre, a striking stone venue staging music, dance, and drama. The Museum for Islamic Art exhibits paintings and artifacts dating from the 7th to the 19th centuries, while Hansen House, originally a leprosy asylum, hosts art and design events.

City Center

Downtown Jerusalem is the heart of the modern metropolis, bursting with nightlife, dining and culture to rival any major city. The area is made up of several neighborhoods, including the colorful Mahane Yehuda Market

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