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Sea View Exclusive Apartments in Bakırköy

  • Starting From : $815,000


Property ID: HZ20220040
  • Apartment, New Constructions, Residential
  • Property Type
  • 2
  • Bedrooms
  • 2
  • Bathrooms
  • 104


Sea View Exclusive Apartments in Bakırköy

İstanbul’s only Premium seafront project, located right on the coast. Residents, can enjoy facilities for cycling, walking, and running, as well as swimming and other offshore pursuits. Wherever you are in, you can share the thrill of living by the marina with your loved ones.

There are different types of residences in the project, from 1+1 to 5+1. The project, which was built on a land of 127 thousand 600 square meters, has a total of 1,401 independent sections and 200 rooms belonging to the hotel. The first stage of the project was called East, and the second stage was called West. In the first phase, consisting of 631 units in 4 blocks with 20 floors, flat sizes vary between 89 and 398 square meters.

The project, which consists of 8 residence towers and 1 hotel, attracts the attention of domestic and foreign investors. Sea Pearl Ataköy, which will have an unobstructed sea view from the ground to the summit, will include residences as well as a 5-star hotel, shopping areas and restaurants. The coastal part of the project will be open to the public.

* Suitable for citizenship!

* Ready to Move!

Project Information:

Located on 127,600 m2 area

4 blocks (20 floors)

631 Flats

1+1, 1,5+1, 2+1, 2,5+1, 3+1, 3,5+1, 4+1, 4,5+1 Bedroom Options


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Site Features

Walking track


Islands Landscape

Parking Garage


Ornamental Pool

Children’s Playgrounds




Camera Security

Building Features

Water tank



Fire Escape


Freight Elevator

Sprinkler System

Housing Properties

Built-in White Goods

Central Heating

Heat Allocator

Ensuite Bathroom

Dressing Room



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Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey and is among the 15 largest urban areas in the world. It is located on the Bosporus Strait and covers the entire area of the Golden Horn, a natural harbor. Because of its size, Istanbul extends into both Europe and Asia. The city is the world’s only metropolis to be on more than one continent.

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The city of Istanbul is important to geography because it has a long history that spans the rise and fall of the world’s most famous empires. Due to its participation in these empires, Istanbul has also undergone various name changes.—Exclusive Apartments in Çekmeköy—Sea View Exclusive Apartments in Bakırköy

he Ottoman Empire (1453–1922)

After being considerably weakened, Constantinople was officially conquered by the Ottomans, led by Sultan Mehmed II on May 29, 1453, after a 53-day siege. During the siege, the last Byzantine emperor, Constantine XI, died while defending his city. Almost immediately, Constantinople was declared to be the capital of the Ottoman Empire and its name was changed to Istanbul.— Sea View Exclusive Apartments in Bakırköy

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Upon taking control of the city, Sultan Mehmed sought to rejuvenate Istanbul. He created the Grand Bazaar (one of the largest covered marketplaces in the world) and brought back fleeing Catholic and Greek Orthodox residents. In addition to these residents, he brought in Muslim, Christian, and Jewish families to establish a mixed populace. Sultan Mehmed also began the building of architectural monuments, schools, hospitals, public baths, and grand imperial mosques.—Sea View Exclusive Apartments in Bakırköy

From 1520 to 1566, Suleiman the Magnificent controlled the Ottoman Empire, and there were many artistic and architectural achievements that made the city a major cultural, political, and commercial center. By the mid-1500s, its population had grown to almost 1 million inhabitants. The Ottoman Empire ruled Istanbul until it was defeated and occupied by the Allies in World War I.Exclusive Apartments in Çekmeköy

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The Republic of Turkey (1923–Present)

Following World War I, the Turkish War of Independence took place, and Istanbul became a part of the Republic of Turkey in 1923. Istanbul was not the capital city of the new republic, and during the early years of its formation, Istanbul was overlooked; investment went into the new, centrally located capital, Ankara. In the 1940s and 1950s, though, Istanbul reemerged. New public squares, boulevards, and avenues were constructed—and many of the city’s historic buildings were demolished.(Sea View Exclusive Apartments in Bakırköy )

In the 1970s, Istanbul’s population rapidly increased, causing the city to expand into the nearby villages and forests, eventually creating a major world metropolis.

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Istanbul Today

Istanbul’s many historical areas were added to the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1985. In addition, because of its status as a world rising power, its history, and its importance to culture in both Europe and the world, Istanbul was designated the European Capital of Culture for 2010 by the European Union.

Sea View Exclusive Apartments in Bakırköy


  • City İstanbul
  • Country Türkiye


Updated on December 9, 2022 at 12:26 pm
  • Property ID: HZ20220040
  • Price: Starting From : $815,000
  • Property Size: 104 m²
  • Land Area: 123000 m²
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Rooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Property Type: Apartment, New Constructions, Residential
  • Property Status: For Sale, New Costruction, Reduced Price

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