Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Has Buchman changed its name.?
A: Buchman has just been given new names. Hashvatim for North Buchman and Moriah for South Buchman. For more information about Modiin's new neighbourhood names listen to our audio presentation at: http://www.eretznadlan.com/Modiin/modiin.htm
Q: Is Buchman suitable for non religious
A: Buchman has a mixture of both religious and secular residents. This is what is so special, the respect that everyone has for each other, a true melting pot of Jewry from all over the world living together with respect and dignity. This is one of the reasons why many orthodox Jews from Ramat Beit Shemesh for example are moving to Buchman, wanting to live within a large religious community catering for their needs, but to also enjoy the advantages of living in a mixed community of both orthodox, less religious and secular residents respecting each others needs.
Q: Is there a grocery store in Buchman?
A: There is only one grocery store at the moment which is located in Yisachar Street. Most residents go to the major shopping centres that are within @ five to ten minutes drive from Buchman. Another store is being built in Shderot Yizhak Rabin.
Q: Where is the "skate park"?
A: The skate park designed for roller skates and skate boards is situated on the corner of Rivka Imeinu Street where it meets Sara Imeinu Street.
Q: Tell me about the coloured houses on
A: These houses are built by Sarfaty. They are semi detached and yet the most expensive houses in Buchman. Large gardens, attics, basements and very spacious make these houses very sort after.