The Yemenite vineyard neighborhood was built in 1903 by a group of Yemenite immigrants; it was soon neglected after its formation. The municipality like with other neighborhoods in the area started to fix the infsructure ( sewage and water) and renovate buildings at the beginning of the 1990's, since then the real estate value of the place has risen up for both rental and purchase proposes. The appeal of the neighborhood is that the little houses do not block the skyline and are very close to the beach and the market; the prices are still relatively low but are rising all the time.
Maybe after a visit to the Carmel Market you drop by and walk the streets of this little neighborhood and maybe also enjoy fantastic Yemenite Cuisine at the neighborhood'srestaurants, Medina is a highly recommended option, you should try the meat soup which is generously seasoned with the most common spice recognized with the Yemenites –the Hawayedge, after your little walk, we recommend you head out towards the beach for some of that wonderful sea breeze. The Yemenite Vineyard, between the beachfront and Shook Hacarmel (the Carmel market) in Tel Aviv.