Nativ students live at Beit Nativ, The Fuchsberg Center for Conservative Judaism, which belongs to USCJ, located on Agron Street in Jerusalem. Each room has its own bathroom and each student is provided with a bed, desk, and closet. There is a beit knesset (synagogue) for davening and for Jewish resource material. There is a moadon (lounge) with TV, DVD, cable, WIFI, and it is a great place to relax and watch a movie with friends.
Beit Nativ is located in one of Jerusalem’s most well-known and well-situated neighborhoods, Rechavia. It is just 10 minutes away from Rehov Emek Refaim and 2 minutes from Rehov Aza—areas of Jerusalem with many restaurants and coffee shops. The Old City is a ten minute walk in the other direction, with the beautifully redone Mamilla outdoor mall on the way. The Ben Yehuda “downtown” area and the Machane Yehuda Market (shuk) is also just a few minutes away from Beit Nativ and provides a wide variety of shops, restaurants, and places to go out at night.