About the project
The Israel Goldstein Youth Village is an educational institute founded in 1950. The village serves as home to a residential high school program for new immigrants, the Camp Ramah in Israel programs, the Jerusalem American International School and other programs for Jerusalem youth. The large campus includes dormitories, a pool, gardens and more. In 2003, the Jerusalem Foundation inaugurated Beit Goldmuntz, a dormitory that serves as living quarters for new immigrant youth, on the campus. Renovations to the 1950s, two-story building under the direction of architect Aharon Iron, included complete interior refurbishment and the addition of a floor.