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Live the dream in Israel

Stunning new residence for over-60s just 15 minutes from Tel Aviv has all the amenities of a world-class resort

Louisa Walters is Features Editor at the Jewish News and specialises in food and travel writing

With the future so uncertain for Jews everywhere, many are once again looking to Israel as a haven. Yet, even without the current challenges, moving countries is never simple. And that’s where Sea One Private Club steps in with the launch of a new concept in luxury residential resort living to ease the transition into Aliyah.

The beautiful complex, developed by Oranim Group, an international company with over 30 years’ experience in successful seafront projects, is situated right on the stunning beachfront and aims to turn every day into a holiday. The Club Residence, open to Olim and Israelis over 60, provides all the amenities of a world-class resort: concierge and laundry services, extensive spa facilities and state-of-the-art gym, gorgeous swimming pools, Jacuzzi, banquet halls, and synagogue.

Culture beats at the heart of the Club: bridge games, an art studio, cinema, and round-the-clock cultural events fill each day with joy; all with the sea as backdrop. Step out of your door onto a beachfront promenade of shops, restaurants, cafes and food markets; or cross the road and hit the surf.

Entertaining has never been so easy: some 20-plus units are available for friends and family; food flows freely in fine-dining restaurants and grab-‘n’-go cafes, and all the facilities are open to guests. Banquet halls, private rooms, or the synagogue are perfect for celebrating special events like bar mitzvahs or birthdays; and somebody else will do the cleaning up!

The Sea One concept is to facilitate a hassle-free transition from home to new-home, whether you are retired or a hot-shot entrepreneur. A beautifully-appointed, fully-equipped business lounge is available, together with posh conference rooms, sophisticated communication and fabulous networking opportunities. Days and nights are crammed with lectures, concerts, and other cultural activities; even Hebrew lessons are right on-site for new Olim eager to learn the language. What’s more, trained staff ares on hand to help deal with the famous only-in-Israel bureaucracy; let an Israeli ease you into the complications.

The ultra-elegant Residence is located on the Rishon LeZion seafront only a 15 – minute drive from Tel Aviv; 20 minutes from Ben-Gurion Airport; and 45-minutes away from Jerusalem with a train station located 6 minutes away by car; a planned metro station will be a short walk down the road.

The city of Rishon LeZion itself is one of the fastest growing commercial and hi-tech centers in the country, with a myriad of facilities and amenities. The project, set to open at the end of 2024, adheres to the highest standards of construction and safety. The luxurious apartments come in a wide range of spacious layouts, with floor areas from 50 square meters to 130 square meters. All units include a safe room, fully equipped bathrooms and kitchens, and private terraces; penthouses and garden apartments are also available.

Registration costs start at 3 million NIS; this deposit is fully refundable after Consumer Price Index adjustment. Residents pay monthly membership fees starting from 9,000 NIS, and may choose to terminate their membership with three months’ notice. Easy registration requires only a 70,000 NIS deposit with the balance payable on completion.

Sea One Private Club lets you live the dream: wake up by the beach and work or play all day in the sun. Sea One Private Club is no doubt the best place to make Aliyah.

For further information contact: +972-545613965

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