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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

200 families will make aliyah next Pesach to Ramat Givat Zeev.

Nearly 200 families spent their last Pesach in the U.K. and USA this year, in anticipation of making aliyah ahead of the holiday next year to the spectacular new Ramat Givat Zeev neighborhood, which is being built at the entrance to Jerusalem.

This is the first residential complex that is being erected with the same exacting standards that buyers were used to in the U.K. and USA, and features everything that an oleh could ever dream about. Ramat Givat Zeev will highlight beautiful synagogues, parks and a shopping center, as well as first-class schools. The schools are being programmed for new immigrant students by former Anglo rabbis and educators from New York, who understand how to channel the sensitivities of new immigrants as they adjust to Israel’s educational system.

The local Israeli media has dubbed Ramat Givat Zeev as the “religious Caesarea” (an upscale secular town located along the coast), with 85 percent of the homes and apartments within Ramat Givat Zeev already snapped up by buyers from the U.K., USA, Canada and Israel. Suffice to say, it is one of the most sought-after real estate projects in Israel, with local real estate experts predicting that Ramat Givat Zeev’s prices rising by as much as 50 percent once the first residents receive the keys to their homes in 2018.

Even as you enter Ramat Givat Zeev today, one can already see the eye-popping plazas, which highlight water sprays, as well as thousands of trees and shrubs that were planted a year ago so that the neighborhood will be enveloped in green when residents start moving in next year. The initiators of the Ramat Givat Zeev project have thought of everything down to the last detail.

So for the 200+ families who’ve invested in Ramat Givat Zeev, this truly was the last time they uttered “Next year in Jerusalem, at the Seder table.”

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