Burgeoning Bat Yam

This suburb of Tel Aviv boasts gorgeous sea-views, reminiscent of the French Riviera.

August 12, 2015 09:36
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Bat Yam



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Most Israelis would like to wake to the sound of the waves and have a home with a view of the azure Mediterranean. However, not many can. Housing on the seashore is limited. Supply is not plentiful; consequently, prices are high.

Bat Yam’s northern municipal boundary is the southern municipal boundary of Tel Aviv. Practically speaking, it is a suburb of Tel Aviv. But it is a suburb where real-estate prices are much lower than in Tel Aviv.


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