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Imagine yourselves at the King David Residence, opening a bottle of wine from the wine cellar, strolling through a private Andalusian courtyard, stopping for a swim in the indoor swimming pool on your way home or simply relaxing at your spacious luxury apartment and taking in the breathtaking view of the Old City. The King David Residence was built on the historic King David Street, close to Mamilla, the Old City, and the center of the modern city of Jerusalem. Its singular location allows you to live in the heart of Jerusalem, at the point where the ancient merges with the modern – amid a living and pulsating tradition. Situated around you are longstanding neighborhoods, unique architecture reflective of the life of this remarkable city, and the North Africa Jewish Heritage Center, whose renovation and expansion are the inspiration for the project's interior architecture. Meticulously planned and built using advanced construction technologies, the King David Residence offers you the highest quality of life.
The project comprises two buildings and a total of 88 housing units (3,4 and 5 room apartments) and 7 luxury penthouses. Everything was taken into account—privacy, security, comfort, quality of life, convenience of location, tradition and culture, all existing in perfect harmony in Jerusalem's prestigious residential complex, the King David Residence. In planning the project we've considered all possible details, large and small, that make living in the King David Residence an outstanding experience:
Magnificent entrance lobby with 24/7 guard posted. | Concierge services | Private synagogue for building's residents.
Spacious backyard – green, quiet, in Andalusian style. | Residents' club including swimming pool, fitness room, cigar lounge, wine cellar, and dry sauna.
The path of King David Road began taking shape in the Ottoman period. Since then many have walked along it—from all denominations, religions, classes and nations—towards the Old City of Jerusalem. Walking down this Road is to walk through the city's magnificent past and its fascinating present. The Western Wall is just ten minutes walk away from King David Residence, while a short five-minute walk takes you to the center of this lively city. Nearby is the renovated Mamilla complex offering a wealth of recreational and cultural options. Also, nearby are Jerusalem's historical railway station, the Jerusalem khan, and St. Andrew's Memorial Church, situated at one of the most beautiful lookout points overlooking the Old City. Apartment buildings and prestigious hotels dot the entire road, from its northern King Daivd Hotel to southern section – Waldorf Astoria, with Jerusalem's largest parks a short distance away—Independence Park, Liberty Bell Park, Teddy Kollek Park, and Bloomfield Garden, all for you to enjoy Jerusalem's clean air and greenery.
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