Invest In Central Istanbul Homes 1+1


Property ID: HZ20220228
  • Apartment, Residential
  • Property Type
  • 1
  • Bedroom
  • 1
  • Bathroom


Invest In Central Istanbul Homes 1+1

The project consists of 9 blocks with ground + 7 floors. The project includes 225 residences and 29 commercial units. Project is being built on a 23,842 square meter plot in the Ayazağa region. Consisting of 7 blocks, the project includes 227 residences, 222 offices and 5 commercial units. The areas of 1+1, 2+1, 3+1 flats vary between 79 square meters and 267 square meters.

* Suitable for Citizenship

* Ready to Move In 2023

Project Information:

Located on 24,000 m2 area

227 Apartments in 18 Blocks

1+1,2+1, 3+1 Bedroom Options


Site Features

Walking Track

Parking Garage

Ornamental Pool

Indoor Swimming Pool

Children Swimming Pool

Children’s Playgrounds


Turkish Bath

Fitness Center


Outdoor Swimming Pool


Camera Security

Suite Bathroom

Parent Dressing Room

Laundry Room



RoomsMin m2Max. m2Min. PriceMax. Price
1+179 m281 m2926.000 $946.000 $


5 Minutes to Vadi İstanbul Mall

15 Minutes to istanbul Teknik university

30 Minutes to İstanbul International Airport

The Bosphorus(isˈtanbuɫ]) Strait separates the city into a European and an Asian part. To the south lies the Sea of Marmara and to the north the Black Sea. This location makes Istanbul the only metropolis in the world that lies on two continents.

The Golden Horn, a strait that runs to the west, divides the European part into a peninsula in the south with the historic city center “Sultanahmet” (Historic Peninsula) and into a northern city zone, the historical Genoese district “Galata” (Modern Istanbul). Furthermore, the metropolis extends to the west as well as to the north and east, and also includes the associated Princes’ Islands in the Sea of Marmara.

Invest In Central Istanbul Homes 1+1

Invest In Central Istanbul Homes 1+1

Simplified, Istanbul can be divided into three major areas:

• The Historical Peninsula – at the same time former Constantinople – in the southern part of the European side. Along the Sea of Marmara there are new residential and commercial businesses, which now even extend beyond the airport to far west.—Invest In Central Istanbul Homes 1+1

• The Beyoğlu district, which was influenced by the west, in the northern part of the European side. It stretches in a line of former fishing villages such as Ortaköy and Bebek along the Bosphorus coast. Up until the beginning of the 20th century, wealthy Istanbulites built luxurious wooden villas called “Yalı’s”, which served as their summer residence. Here on the Bosphorus, the development to the west was also pushed forward. Due to the strong growth of Istanbul since the 1970s, the modern, suburban districts, which have been transformed into huge business and financial centers, make up the most of the European city area above the first and second Bosphorus bridges now.

Invest In Central Istanbul Homes 1+1

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• The Üsküdar and Kadıköy districts on the Asian side, formerly known as the “Land of the Blind” and originally independent cities, are today mainly residential and business districts, where approximately one third of the Istanbul population lives. With the construction of the three Bosphorus bridges in 1973, 1988 and 2016, there was a steady increase in settlements. Along the Bosphorus and the Sea of Marmara, new urban districts and neighborhoods – so-called “Gecekondus” – have been extensively developed into the Asian hinterland.

Invest In Central Istanbul Homes 1+1

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Invest In Central Istanbul Homes 1+1

With a quite hilly area of 1,830.92 km², the urban settlement area currently has about 15.2 million inhabitants (2019), ranking fourth among the world’s most populous cities.
The province of Istanbul, on the other hand, has an area of 5,313 km². Three major airports, numerous long-distance bus stations, a central terminus station and a well-developed shipping network make Istanbul the largest traffic hub in the country. Its transit position between two continents and two seas is also an important station for international logistics.

Invest In Central Istanbul Homes 1+1

Due to its geographical location between the Mediterranean and the Black Sea, Istanbul is exposed to different climatic influences and has a mild and highly humid maritime climate. Cold and dry air comes from the north (northeastern wind “Poyraz”), while warm and humid air (southwest wind “Lodos”) often comes from the Mediterranean region.

Invest In Central Istanbul Homes 1+1


  • City İstanbul
  • Country Türkiye


Updated on February 23, 2023 at 2:46 pm
  • Property ID: HZ20220228
  • Price: Starting From : $926,000
  • Bedroom: 1
  • Room: 1
  • Bathroom: 1
  • Property Type: Apartment, Residential
  • Property Status: For Sale, New Costruction, Reduced Price

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