Purchase your dream home in the Jerusalem area! Scheduled to take place over the next two weeks, a three-day housing fair in the U.S. is being sponsored by Chish Nofei Yisrael, Ltd., in three convenient locations in Brooklyn, Monsey, and Los Angeles. Chish Nofei Yisrael, the leading Israeli housing and development company to represent the Orthodox community, has gained worldwide repute for its personal, courteous, and reliable service. The upcoming fair, which offers homes for sale in some of the most popular new developments in the greater Jerusalem area, follows similar fairs that met with extreme success among the religious community and resulted in the sale of over 50 housing units within three days.
Available projects for sale include the exclusive Mishkenot Ha’Uma and Sarei Yisrael—two projects in the center of Jerusalem; Top 80 in Neve Yaakov; Givat Zev and Chish Nofei Yisrael’s flagship project, Ramat Givat Zev, both located 15 minutes away from the center of Jerusalem. Ramat Givat Zev is the first-ever neighborhood in Israel developed specifically to meet the needs of an American Torah-based community. The majority of homes in Ramat Givat Zev have been purchased by American olim who aspire to combine the best of both worlds. The beautiful neighborhood in pastoral Ramat Givat Zev emphasizes spiritual quality coupled with the warmth and friendliness of an English-speaking community and reflects the values, needs, and mentality of Orthodox olim acclimating to a new life and country. Housing units in the development include private villas as well as attractively designed, spacious apartments that allow Orthodox families to make the move to Israel without compromising on their standards.
Special sales and offers will be available at the three-day fair. Don’t miss this chance to make your dream come true!
The fairs are scheduled to take place 12:00–6:00 p.m. on the following days: Sunday, November 4, in Monsey at L’Chayim Manor Wesley Hills Plaza, 455 Route 306, Monsey, N.Y.; Tuesday, November 6, in Flatbush at Agudath Israel of Avenue L, 2913 Avenue L, Brooklyn, N.Y.; and Sunday, November 11 in Los Angeles at Kanner Hall, 7269 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, Calif. (See also the ad on Pages 10–11 of this issue.)