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Tel Aviv’s best-kept secret: Live a cosmopolitan lifestyle in nature

Often luxury lifestyles require residents to compromise and choose between city life and nature. ICR specializes in developing residential communities that harness Israel’s beautiful landscapes while providing the amenities of city life

Four walls can make a house, but what makes that house into a home is so much more. Whether it’s the surrounding community, the location, or amenities, a living space only becomes a home when it serves its inhabitants.

For many, it’s a challenge to find a place that offers the right balance of comfort and quality of life, especially if trying to find that in the heart of Tel Aviv.

However, if you can broaden your horizons, you might find that multiple luxurious living spaces offer the cosmopolitan lifestyle of Tel Aviv along with the benefits of living in nature.

Israeli developer ICR (Israel Canada Reem) specializes in finding this balance when creating luxury complexes in exclusive areas sprinkled between residential neighborhoods. This new concept of urban living includes luxury and a warm community-life experience. The company’s projects are known for their architectural innovation, as well as the high level of service availability due to the construction of local commercial centers surrounding and within the projects.

For example, the company’s flagship project, North Park, is often called “Tel Aviv’s Best-Kept Secret.” Located between Tel Aviv and Ramat Hasharon, the project is hidden among Israel’s natural landscapes on a 282-dunam ecological park.

This rural environment is just minutes away from several of Israel’s highways, making city life accessible to residents in no time. The project is just five minutes away from green farmland and 10 minutes away from the upscale Ramat Aviv Mall and Tel Aviv’s Hatzuk Beach.

This two-phase project is in partnership with other Israeli real estate giants. Phase A is a joint venture with Zemach Hammerman and designed by architect Kika Braz. Braz specializes in finding elegant solutions for convenient and contemporary urban living. Braz graduated with honors in architecture and urban planning from the Technion and obtained a master’s degree in architecture from Columbia University. Phase B, called Eve, is a joint venture with Claude Nachmias and designed by architect Raphael de la Fontaine.

The project consists of eight towers, half with 10-12 floors and the others with six. Accommodating for diverse families, units range from two to six rooms. This intimate neighborhood brings nature into every home with its botanical design, central piazza, and thriving plant life. Residents breathe clean air, while living city life. Community life is also of utmost importance, as residents have access to a rooftop pool, gym, Pilates and yoga studio, lounges, communal working spaces, a music room, a fully-equipped hospitality kitchen, a community garden, and an anthroposophical children’s studio. The project’s concept is about connecting the indoor and outdoor areas and creating an ideal living experience.

Founded by two real estate giants in 2020, Israel Canada and Re’em Residential, ICR benefits from 30 years of experience and financial stability from real estate industry leaders, while incorporating the energetic and fresh thinking of a new brand. ICR focuses on new developments, urban renewals, and hotel development in central areas with high demand. Most of the company’s projects are located in highly desirable central areas of Israel around Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.

ICR also has several other projects with available apartments including Hamesila in Herzliya B, Ocean Park Tower and Ocean Park Tower II in Netanya, AIR Givatayim, and Gefen neighborhood in Herzliya.

In Israel, luxury living isn’t just a pipe dream. Interested parties can choose what location and luxuries they prefer for top quality life while enjoying picturesque views, a warm community, clean air and five star amenities.

You can learn more about upcoming ICR projects here

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