Urban Renewal in Jerusalem
Hitchadshut is an entrepreneurial company operating in the field of urban renewal in Jerusalem.
The company was founded by Baruch Belvi in 2013, later joined by two other partners;
Amichai Neiman and Yonah Green. These three entrepreneurs are prominent real estate and finance entities, bringing significant financial strength together with extensive experience in leading complex real estate projects to success across the country and around the world.
Hitchadshut specializes in the initiation, planning, management and execution of urban renewal projects, ‘Pinui-Banui’ and ‘Tama 38’, in Jerusalem.
The company combines economic and business resilience, many years of experience, essential knowledge and a personal approach, enabling it to accompany complex projects with personal care and an answer for every apartment owner.
Hitchadshut was selected by the Urban Renewal Index as one of the leading companies in the industry of urban renewal in Jerusalem, in the year 2017.
Assisted by a professional and experienced team in promoting urban renewal projects in Jerusalem, Hitchadshut is leading urban renewal in Jerusalem and moving forward with 20 projects at various stages, from the permit phase to the construction phase.
The values in which Hitchadshut excels are security, service and efficiency by recruiting the leading professionals in the field, raising a large number of shareholders’ equity from the company’s partners and being fully backed-up by Bank HaPoalim.
Hitchadshut believes in providing an experience of the highest level of customer service, achieved by establishing dedicated departments that cater to apartment owners. Our planning department within the company are dedicated to advancing projects quickly and efficiently.
Hitchadshut is leading the urban renewal industry in Jerusalem
Hitchadshut is leading the urban renewal industry in Jerusalem with top professionalism and a team of high reputation and know-how, with the easiest and fastest methods for the benefit of the occupants of the building, and in accordance with the requirements of the municipality, and various authorities on a variety of tracks: Pinui-Banui (evacuation of construction) and Tama 38.