The name of HaRofeh Street in Haifa bears an architectural history, no less than binding! The doctor (Harofe - MD in Hebrew) is Dr. Theodor Zlochisti, who immigrated to Israel after the First World War.
He settled in Tel Aviv where he was active and a public activist beyond his occupation as a doctor.
A few years later he moved to the Ahuza neighborhood of Haifa, and lived in a house designed by Luta Cohen, one of Israel's pioneering women architects.
At the heart of the street named after the doctor, Sami Noufi & Sons is building a prestigious seven-story residential project that offers a view of the green of the Carmel and the blue expanse of the Mediterranean Sea.
All apartments have a prestigious specification including:
- Exterior cladding with stone tiles and colored plaster
- Architectural entrance lobby
- Elevator for all floors
- Closed circuit intercom
- A sun terrace for each apartment including glass railings
In the apartment:
- Porcelain flooring 60x60
- Granite Porcelain Porcelain Flooring
- Three phase electric system
- Electric shutters
- Central air conditioning
- Telephone and TV in every room
- Kitchens: Top and bottom cabinets
- Marble stone countertops in the kitchen
- Quality sanitary ware
- Bathroom cabinet in the parents' unit
- Bathroom cabinet in children's bath
- Preparation for a heating oven in bathrooms
- Hidden containers for washing