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Contact Admin. Thinking about living in Raanana? The commuter town of Raanana lies in the central district of Israel, in the heart of the Sharon plain, to the north east of Tel Aviv. Raanana has a fairly large religious Jewish population. The industrial area, comprising mainly hi-tech companies, Kiryat Etgarim is at the northern entrance to the city. Ahuza Street, is the main road and divides the town into 2 almost equal halves.
With lots of shops, eateries, wide sidewalks and flat terrain, it is easy to amble along. The traffic lights in Ahuza Street are numbered, from 1 to 15, from the South Raanana Junction all the way down to Rechov Yerushalayim — it is easy to find your way, just turn at left at traffic light number 4 or right at number 7.
The traffic lights on Weizmann are also numbered, from 1 to 8, in the same way as those on Ahuza. The Street runs east-west and takes you from the industrial zone, the hi-tech center through the residential area to the new development - Lev Hapark. Mostly the nightlife revolves around the pubs in the industrial zone, the restaurants and eateries on Ahuza and the cinemas in the Renanim and The Park, shopping malls.
With an population of just over 70, , Raanana tends to attract families Around one quarter of the population are immigrants. Property in Raanana is known to be expensive. Prices in Ra'anana, for example, are on a downtrend," a developer in a National Outline Plan 38 company active in the town said several weeks ago at a real estate conference on urban renewal. When contractors and developers say prices are going down, it is worth paying attention.
Globes: 22nd January There are many employment opportunities in the area, especially in the Kiryat Etgarim Business Park - an important hi-tech center.