Zev Marganit, the world renowned architect who drew a detailed blueprint of the Moshiach Palace went to Kfar Chabad in order to see the lot and to determine precisely where, near the 770 replica, it should be located.
After an extensive survey of the area and viewing it from all perspectives, the architect wrote his conclusions:
” The lot to the west of 770 is highly recommended as the area on which Melech Ha’Moshiach’s Palace should be built, for the following reasons:
1) It is suitable as far as its size.
2) The lot overlooks the entire coastal region and can be seen from a distance.
It gives one the feeling of a meeting of heaven and earth.
3) The Palace that will be built on this lot will make a beautiful and honorable plaza together with 770, and will be called,
“KIKAR MELECH HAMOSHIACH.”
R’ Zushe took the plans and boarded the first plane to New-York once again.
He submitted the plans to the Rebbe Melech Ha’Moshiach and asked whether people should contribute towards the cost of construction.
Shortly thereafter, Rabbi Groner brought out the answer:
1) ” HE GAVE HIS CONSENT AND BLESSING TO THE LETTER AND THE BLUEPRINTS.”
2) ” YOU CAN ALLOW THE PUBLIC TO PARTICIPATE.”
3) “BRACHA V’HATSLACHA ” (BLESSING AND SUCCESS).