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The Neighborhoods

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French Hill

The other side of the railroad tracks…French Hill..Good investor Opportunities.

Armon Hanatziv

It’s a must in every tour of the city of Jerusalem-the breathtaking Haas Sherover Promenade,

King David Street

King David Street is one of Jerusalem’s most prestigious streets.

German Colony

The German Colony‎, HaMoshava HaGermanit, is a neighborhood in Jerusalem built in the second half of the 19th century

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.

Shaarei Hesed

The neighborhood, Shaarei Hesed, Gates of Mercy in Hebrew, is located between the more well-known neighborhoods of Rehavia to its north, Nachlaot to its south and the Wolfson Towers to the west. The neighborhood was established in 1909 and covers an area of 40,000 sqm (approximately 40 dunams or 10 acres)

Ramat Eshkol

Jerusalem’s Ramat Eshkol/Givat Hamivtar neighborhood, a quiet area, slightly removed from the hustle and bustle of the city center, was established soon after the Six Day War in 1968, on what was once the a battlefield between Israel and Jordan. Ramat Eshkol is located in northern Jerusalem

Arnona

Arnona is a neighborhood in southern Jerusalem, situated between the neighborhoods of Talpiot and Ramat Rachel. It has a rural feeling, yet is located in a city – a relatively unusual combination. It is a family-oriented community with religious, traditional and secular families.

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.

Yemin Moshe

The times they are a changing… Present day Yemin Moshe is a far cry from when it was the first neighborhood to be built outside the Old City walls way back in 1860. Then it was a group of 28 small apartments alongside 3 communal buildings.

City Center

The City Center of Jerusalem comprises the area from The Old City via Jaffa Road and King George Streets, and obviously the famous Ben Yehuda pedestrian mall (the midrachov) through to the Machaneh Yehuda Market (the Shuk).

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”.

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