This is the beginning of the embankment Margolin. Pinchas Margolin was one of the founders of the Bat Galim quarter and initiated the construction of a "Country Club" - reminded of the gloomy ruins on the seashore. The name "Casino" was firmly established behind this house. However, the Casino did not exist in it for a minute. In the 30s of the 20th century, there was a swimming pool, a restaurant, dance floors, and shops as is customary in respected urban centers. English officers liked to visit here, and almost for the whole of Haifa, this place was a benchmark of cultural life and quality leisure. In the 1950s, business declined, giving way to other centers, and later the building was completely abandoned.