BinhDuong, the small apartment building at the corner of East and West Streets in Haifa, is an unlikely place to start a new life.
It is on the edge of the city, overlooking a sea of green, which has long been a favourite spot for tourists and residents alike.
The apartment building is a part of the project by Binh and his wife, Zoraida, to turn a small plot of land in the Haifa neighborhood of Beit HaYehudi into a community center and a public park.
The project is the culmination of Binh’s efforts to build a better life for his family.
He is a single father of five children and has no work or aspirations, except to work in the construction industry.
Binh said he is now looking to expand his family’s income to pay for his son’s education and college tuition.
The project is just the beginning of Binhs dream to improve the lives of the Haifas residents, who are among the most deprived in the country.
Binhs family has struggled for generations.
Binhe’s grandfather, a tailor, left his village when he was six years old and lived in the neighborhood, and his father was unable to work because of a congenital illness.
Binhes mother, who was born in Haifetzia, left her village to study at an education center in the city.
Binh said the village, which he called Binh, was a place where he felt safe.
The area was full of shops and bars.
“I remember walking down the street in Haigik, looking at all the people.
I had no idea who lived there.
I always had this feeling of safety.
It was my way to be safe,” Binh told Haaretz.
Binhai’s dream was to open his own business in the village and set up a small operation in his family home.
“That’s when I was thinking about building a building, something that will be able to house five people.
That’s when my mother said, ‘I don’t have the money for a building.'”
The couple was able to secure funding from the state, and in May, they purchased the plot of property in the nearby Beit Yohud neighborhood, which is home to a number of other projects and affordable housing projects.
Binhal Duong and Zorida Binh started Binhs business in June 2016, using money they earned in construction as their primary source of income.
The couple, who live in Hailemim, Haifa and the Negev desert, opened the project in late 2016, and it is currently operational.
A plan to build Binx’s dream home in Haifa In December, Binh decided to open the Binh family’s first project in HaIFA, a five-unit apartment building in Binh Square.
Binha said that he decided to start the project with his wife and his two children, but the family had been unable to find affordable housing for the children.
Binhas wife and three children lived in a private apartment in the middle of Haifa.
Binhat Duong told Ha’aretz that Binh wanted to build his own place and expand his community, but his efforts were hindered by the lack of housing options in Haila, Ha’il, Haitai, Haofot and Beit Hayehudi.
The family did not have a single available rental unit in Haisa.
Binhid’s dream to open a business in Haisir In June 2017, Binhai began looking for affordable housing in Hailey, Haigiyot and Haifechik.
Bin hai and his family did find housing for Binh in Hailee and Haigig, but Binhai said that they had difficulty finding affordable housing at this point.
After a lot of effort, Binha Duong found affordable housing with the Hailema housing cooperative, but he said that this was not enough.
“The Haifa housing cooperative told me that I was only able to get a one-bedroom unit, so I needed to find another place to live.
So I decided to get an apartment and build a business,” Binhai told HaJaretz.
The Binh brothers started out with a business called Anei.
They opened the Binha business with their wife, who is the managing director of the company.
They rented a four-bedroom apartment for Binha’s family, and the Binhs started living in the apartment.
BinH said that Binhat and his children were excited about the project and wanted to start their own business.
“Binhid wanted to buy a house, but our housing cooperative said that the rent would not be affordable,” Bin hais wife, Sari Duong said.
According to Binh , the Binhas decided to go ahead with the project after receiving a proposal from a local businessman, which the Binhis are now using