Community & Administration

The Histadrut House, Yehud


Herzel St 37

The Yehud Histadrut House was planned and built in the early 1960’s. The building was established by the Petah Tikva Workers’ Council which, at the time, also presided over the Yehud area. Leitersdorf and Belsitzman planned a functional, one-floor building of 332 square meters. The building contained a large assembly hall, a library, a reading room, a Working Mothers Organization club, a course room and offices for the branch’s secretary and for HaNoar HaOved. The building was used by members primarily for leisure, community, and culture. Today, like many other Histadrut buildings, the lot was privatized and is leased to the Me’uhedet healthcare service.