The neighbourhood is a unique example of historical Tel Aviv authenticity, charmingly fused with the artists and avant-garde designers of today who have made it their home. A home shared with affluent Israeli families wanting characterful luxury by the sea, and stylish French crowd who are drawn to this area fittingly known as “Little Paris”.
Boho-chic artists, designers from the local boutiques & international families
Excellent dining and shopping amidst a magical ambience of yesteryear
Old world charm and modern sophistication watched from a cafe
Israel’s most desirable neighbourhood with the equivalent price tag
Picturesque Neve Tzedek is considered one of Tel Aviv’s main cultural areas, where every corner is a picture-perfect photo opportunity. It’s a step back in time to the first Jewish neighbourhood to be built outside the ancient port of Jaffa and is one of the few classic “neighbourhoods” in today’s modern Tel Aviv.
Stroll through the maze of narrow alleyways, where each building is unique, united only by their red roofs and overhanging balconies. Step into the magical ambience of shaded courtyards, draped with colourful bougainvillea, climbing wallflowers and overhanging vines. Browse in the galleries, fashion boutiques and handicraft shops, then stop off for a true culinary treat of al fresco dining in one of the many excellent eateries, housed in quaint, historic structures that spill out onto the quiet streets.
Neve Tzedek has it all; old world charm, modern sophistication and the tranquillity of a neighbourhood, whilst being surrounded by the buzz of the city. Crammed with boulangeries, patisseries, pavement cafes, fine dining restaurants, designer fashion boutiques and contemporary art galleries, it benefits from being in close walking distance to the beach on one side and countless places to shop and dine on the other.
It is just minutes on foot to stylish Rothschild Boulevard, bohemian Florentin, atmospheric Old Jaffa, the historic Old Railway Station, the Suzanne Dellal Centre – Israel’s home of contemporary dance, Nachalat Binyamin craft market and the city’s main open food market, the Shuk.
From when it rose in popularity in the late 1980’s to become Tel Aviv’s most fashionable and exclusive neighbourhood, Neve Tzedek has never lost its appeal and is more desirable than ever today. The stylish, contemporary renovations of the old buildings, together with the new “old-style” quality boutique developments and the latest luxury towers on the periphery, ensure the continued growth and demand for living in the oldest Tel Aviv neighbourhood, a beautiful village oasis by the sea.