Description

“Beita”- The House on Ben-Mimon.

The new residential project is being built in an authentic structure created in 1930 by Menashe Elissar, who was the president.of the Bureau of Commerce and Deputy Mayor of Jerusalem. Della Pergola Architects has been chosen to design the building and they have devoted a great deal of effort to preserve the distinctive character of the period and blend the design into the surrounding area. The unique exterior façade of the building is being maintained and the standard of design is state of the art.

Chiseled Jerusalem stone will add splendor to the building as well as fulfilling the requirements of regulations for preserving historical buildings. The building will have 7 apartments: 2 garden apartments, 4 apartments varying in size from 100-300 square meters, and a magnificent 2 level penthouse covering 400 square meters. The garden apartments will be nestled in greenery. A variety of evergreen perennial plants will surround a special natural wood deck providing the highest degree of privacy. Each apartment will have at least one covered parking place, a storage area, and a terrace suitable for a Sukkah. The building will have a well appointed lobby and a Shabbat elevator..

The best available sub-contactors and tradesmen have been carefully chosen for this project. The best materials will be used and technical specifications include: inverter air conditioning, underfloor heating with controls throughout the apartment, electric shutters in every room, imported polished marble, glass guard railings, parquet (natural wood) flooring, solid wood interior doors and advanced kitchen carpentry. State of the art kitchen, appliances including: refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, and microwave oven. The buyer may choose between an electric or gas operated stove; a terrace with a natural wood deck or other top of the line flooring. Sophisticated, innovative electrical lighting systems will be located in the living room area. Designed security entrance doors.

The building will be ready for occupancy at the end of 2013.