Noga— Tel Aviv


Tel Aviv’s Noga is home to a multicultural, creative community. Foreign buyers and modern luxury developments are moving in but it hasn’t lost its original feel. And it’s close to the beach too.

Noga, Architecture, creative, development, luxury, multicultural

Set within spying distance of the azure Mediterranean, the Noga district is where modern Tel Aviv eases into ancient Jaffa. Originally known as the American Colony, American Christian missionaries settled in Noga in the late 19th century and erected wooden homes and stone churches reminiscent of their native New England. Many of these structures were shipped across the Atlantic and, thanks to their sturdy construction, are still intact more than a century later.

Today, the Americans may be long gone but Noga remains one of Israel’s rare multicul…


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