Bridging Monsey and Jerusalem

Ramat Givat Ze'ev, a new community in the Jerusalem hills, is attracting hundreds of families from the US - and Torah institutions.

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Simulation of Ramat Givat Zeev upon completion
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Ramat Givat Zeev, a new community in the Jerusalem hills, is attracting hundreds of families from the United States, largely because Rav Bezalel Rudinsky of Monsey plans to open an American-style Mesivta high school in the neighborhood.

Rav Bezalel Rudinsky has embraced the community as the ideal location in which to realize his dream of opening a Mesivta high school for American olim in Israel.  The yeshiva will provide former U.S. residents a unique educational opportunity similar to that which they are accustomed to in the States and will play an integral role in making dreams of Aliya a reality for these families.

In Ramat Givat Zeev, a special emphasis has been placed on establishing suitable educational institutions and community services for new olim. Rav Rudinsky has decided that Ramat Givat Zeev is a suitable neighborhood for US residents and its close proximity to Jerusalem's center adds to its appeal. 

Ramat Givat Zeev is one of the most upscale neighborhoods in Israel. Israeli real estate experts believe that families purchasing apartments at this time will benefit from today's low prices. In fact, it is expected that apartment prices and demand will increase by as much as 40% upon completion of construction.

The announcement about Rav Rudinsky's plans has prompted a flurry of interest in the Ramat Givat Zeev project from Monsey residents. To meet this demand, Nofei Israel's team will be in Monsey on March 13 to meet with individuals interested in learning more about this extraordinary project. At that time, special pricing opportunities will be available for families wishing to sign on their dream home in Israel.