The Ramat Givat Zeev neighborhood is progressing in giant steps. After beginning the development work and the high level of marketing within the American community, the entrepreneurs signed on the arrival of Rabbi Brazil along with his yeshiva to the new neighborhood. The entrepreneurs note, “The move will attract many buyers who are close with the rabbi’s welcoming ways.”
The entrepreneurs are making preparations for establishing a unique neighborhood designated for foreign residents that includes all educational and communal institutions that match the new residents’ spirits.
As a part of the construction of the neighborhood, R’ Chanoch Kass, of Ramat Givat Zeev’s entrepreneurs, has signed with yeshiva Ziv HaTorah, led by Rabbi Shmuel Brazil, shlita, to establish the yeshiva in the neighborhood. Rabbi Brazil, formerly of Sh’or Yoshuv’s rabbanim, founded a magnificent Anglo-Saxon community in Ramat Eshkol in Jerusalem in the last couple of years. Upon the move to the new neighborhood, along with a significant number of the yeshiva’s rabbanim, the new yeshiva will become a spiritual lighthouse in Ramat Givat Zeev’s community, and shall contribute a great deal to forming a community that understands the needs of the American population, both spiritual and material.
David Wales, one of the buyers in Ramat Givat Zeev, says that the news of the new yeshiva will bring a stream of buyers to the neighborhood who feels close to the pleasant and open ways in which Rabbi Brazil accepts every Jew.
Ramat Givat Zeev is Nofei Israel’s flagship project, and U.S. rabbis have defined it as highly suitable for making the American residents’ dream of making aliyah to Israel come true.
The project offers exclusive advantages in the integration process, with emphasis on building a warm and homogeneous community, including plenty of communal institutions that match the mentality of the residents.
Ramat Givat Zeev’s residential environment is especially prestigious and includes rich and technical specifications, green parks, and commercial centers. The neighborhood, located north of Jerusalem, combines a relaxed countryside environment, dipped in the spectacular and pure view of the Jerusalem hills, but enjoys the proximity to all Torah and chassidic centers of the capital. v