The Shprinzak House, a convalescent home, built by “Mivtachim pension fund” named after Joseph Shprinzak in Nazareth. The building was designed by the Rechter-Zarchi-Rechter-Perry architectural firm in the late 1950s, built by Solel Boneh, inaugurated in July 1961 and managed by Clalit HMO. The building was built near the Arab city, Nazareth, as part of the trend to strengthen the Jewish hold in the area. Upon its establishment, the Shprinzak House was considered a magnificent and innovative house. It was the first convalescent home that offered double rooms with en suite bathrooms, and an exit from the room to the garden or balcony. It covered an area of 120 acres, and included gardens, a swimming pool and sports fields. Vacationers at the convalescent home were also offered lectures, for example on the Histadrut's activities. In the 1960s, the convalescent home offered its guests a "convalescence award" - for every five paid convalescence days, they will receive an additional day for free.
The Yossef Shprinzak Resort House in Nazareth