B. Yair is building a magnificent new project in the exclusive Buchman Quarter, overlooking green, open spaces and including 94 residential units. A variety of configurations, all displaying the highest building standards surrounded by parks and green public spaces, include 5 & 6-room cottages with gardens and adjacent parking, or 4 & 5-room single-level apartments and garden apartments with terraces, parking and storage rooms.


About the area

Modi’in – City of the Future
From the moment it was established, and especially after its consolidation with Macabim-Re’ut, Modi’in has been the scene of extensive development and construction – the product of advanced urban planning in line with the most modern cities in the world! Today, the population of Modi’in stands at over 60,000, more than half of whom are academically trained.
This and so much more has earned the city the title, City of the Future. One of the youngest urban developments in the country, over 17,000 of its children and youth attend an education system that is the finest in the land. And, with the inauguration of the fast rail link to Tel Aviv, its high-rising Azrieli center and more, the trend is definitely aimed towards further growth.

Technical Spec

40x40cm granite-porcelain floor tiles in each apartment, excluding bathrooms, choice of 3 colors
Ceramic tile floors and walls in bathroom and master bedroom bathroom up to 2m height, choice of 3 c
Upper and lower plywood kitchen cabinets
CaesarStone® kitchen surfaces, flush with cabinet edges
Bathrooms – monobloc toilets
Single hole mixer taps in kitchen, bathroom and master bedroom bathroom
Electrically operated blinds in living room
Aluminum profiles, color to be determined by the architect
Veneer covered doors and doorposts
Solar heating
Central television antenna
Security front door
Telephone and television sockets in each room
Storage room according to separate specification sheet
3-phase electrical circuit
The company is obligated to the complete technical specification sheet only.

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