Feel the pulse of the city in the heart of the country from the spacious luxury of a three-bedroom condominium in the new development of Gindi Heights. Located at the center of Israel’s business district, find yourself surrounded by office towers housing some of the country’s top companies, restaurants, coffee shops, nightlife, health facilities and sports clubs. Banks, shopping and Israel’s diamond district are all just a short walk away.
Connections are easy from Gindi Heights. Located less than a minute away, the Ayalon Freeway connects commuters to the entire Tel Aviv region and Israel’s complete highway grid. The Israel Railways terminal, which offers direct connections to Ben Gurion Airport and the beaches of Tel Aviv, is a short ten-minute walk or two-minute taxi ride from your doorstep. From Gindi Heights, all of Israel is at your fingertips – verdant forests in the north, desert ATV adventures, exotic dinners in Bedouin villages or sea cruises from Jaffa. Just one hour away is Jerusalem, the cradle of civilization. Two hours will bring you to the Dead Sea, with its remarkable healing mud and salts. The cliffs of Massada, springs of Ein Gedi, caves of Beit Guvrin, aqueducts of Caesarea - the list goes on. You’ll find yourself right in the middle of it all
Keywords: 1,300 sq. ft. Luxury Apartment with a view
We are a family of 4 and we live mostly in Canada. We use this property ourselves annually when we visit Israel
The Owner purchased this condo in 2010
Perfect accessibility and excellent investment
You can get anywhere in the central part of Israel within 20 minutes (depending on traffic!). Every possible service is minutes away. Very high calibre of people who live and work in the area. The most modern part of the country with the highest educated staff and the best businesses in the country. There is also a high density of embassies yielding diplomats and all the companies that service the diplomatic corps. There is no neighbourhood more convenient to visit in the Tel Aviv area.
Archeological finds, museums, diamond exchange