Lev Ha’ir, ( לב lev=heart) is the heart of Tel Aviv in all ways. The most vibrant cultural area, packed to the hilt with countless things to do and see. It’s little wonder that all people; young, old, single, and families of all sizes, from all over the country and world, come to live in this part of Tel Aviv. Known as the city that never stops, it is in the Lev Ha’ir that you can actually feel this to be true. The vibrations of the city’s beat, pulses between the residential areas, so the lev really does combine the perfect blend of homes, culture and entertainment.
Vibrant, multi-cultural, international singles and families of all ages. Lively
The contemporary buzz of the cultural, historical centre of Tel Aviv
Strolling down tree-lined boulevards, coffee in hand with limitless choice
The centre of Bauhaus architectural history, high occupancy rates. Varied
With its stylish Bauhaus architecture and stunning Eclectic buildings, Lev Ha’ir preserves the past while high-tech startups and skyscrapers look boldly towards the future. The blend of the two, side by side, means that the area has the authenticity of genuine old Tel Aviv with a real local feel to it, whilst at the same time incorporating the contemporary vibe of the modern Start-Up Nation. Here, you can experience all the city has to offer right on your doorstep. The architecture, cafes, restaurants, art galleries and museums, theatres and cinemas, the shuk and shopping malls. You’ll never need a car, can go everywhere by foot, because a ten minutes walk, in any direction and you’ll find exactly what you are looking for.
Living here is experiencing the very heart of the pulsing city. Step out of your door onto a quiet side street and within a minute you’re on one of the main bustling boulevards of the city – Rothschild Boulevard, with tree-shaded paths full of people strolling, lounging on deckchairs, sipping drinks from one of the many espresso stands and listening to live music. At one end there’s Habima Square, home to several cultural institutions, and at the other in Neve Tzedek, the way between lined with some of the city’s best restaurants, cafes and bars. And to the sides are trendy Sheinkin with its retro chic boutiques; Gan Hahashmal the new bohemian area, and the Carmel market. Lev Ha’ir is home to everything dynamic.
Despite being the cultural and historical axis of the city, real estate in this area has, curiously, always cost slightly less than the north of the city. Here is the heart of the preserved Tel Aviv Bauhaus White City, with a richer concentration of stunning Bauhaus buildings than anywhere else in the world. Together with the beautiful Eclectic buildings, the apartments here have an alluring historical quality, both inside and out, with high ceilings, ornate balconies and plentiful character. With the increasing number of renovations taking place, this area is constantly improving in both beauty and value.