The imported windows have arrived from Italy! Their unique combination of aluminum and wood will complete the splendid Jerusalem stone facades, which have been completed in most of the buildings. As is evident in the other aspects of the project, the most meticulous standards were upheld when selecting quality suppliers, to achieve the best possible results. Over a dozen suppliers, both from Israel and around the world, vied for the privilege of installing the windows for this project. Following extensive research, we selected Italy-based Starwood, whose high-end products are imported by the Winex-Kostika Group, Ltd.
The window frames on the building façade, which are exposed to the elements, are cast in a single color, presenting a uniform, aesthetic exterior. On the interior, the premium wooden casing is available in a wide assortment of customized shades. To the passersby, the windows are particularly striking, while inside, they admit bright, natural sunlight and pristine Jerusalem air. Jerusalem Estates windows are bordered by premium Italian aluminum frames cased in glossy wood. The high-quality aluminum facing is both acoustically and thermally insulated to block unwanted noise, as well as protect from the harsh summer heat and winter chill. This augments the unique serenity and quiet of the development, despite being just feet from the hustle and bustle of Geulah.
The discerning consumer understands that true quality lies in the details; luxury is the magnificent sum of many nuanced parts. It is the composite of remarkable elements and fine nuances that create the dazzling mosaic of beauty and splendor that defines the Jerusalem Estates project. In the words of a future resident of Building 12: “This is not a once-in-a-generation project. This is a once-in-many-generations project!”
Full steam ahead
The Jerusalem Estates Project is steadily reaching milestones, well on its way to the fulfillment of its grand architectural vision, BS”D. As construction progresses, a burgeoning community of buyers from quality communities in Israel and beyond are joining the Jerusalem Estates project. The number of available apartments is rapidly dwindling.
In the past 3 months alone, $20 million worth of purchases were made.
Only 2 of the 6 penthouses are still available.
Every single apartment in Building 13, HaGevia, has been sold.