Focus on Your New Life in Istanbul
- Basketball Court
- Children’s Playground
- Forest View
- Indoor Parking
- Indoor Swimming Pool
- Swimming Pool for Children
- Turkish Bath
Project located next to Kemerburgaz Natural Forest, is currently under construction on top of a land of 27.000 M² with 170 residential units and 8 avenue shops as well as restaurants. Project offers a large variety of options with different flat types of 1-2-3 bedroom with small/large balcony and open/covered kitchen options. Its close proximity to Metro and Bus stations, Isfanbul Shopping Mall and Entertainment Park, University Campuses, Hospitals and historical spots; in addition to its rich social facilities (basketball court, indoor swimming pools, fitness, sauna, hammam, playgrounds for kids, hobby studios and avenue shops) as well as refreshing forest view make this Project a great option for investors of Eyüpsultan.
Having completed and delivered many mid-sized residential real estate projects since 2001; developer has proven itself not a locally but regionally competent, presperous and trustable construction company for investors.
Located in European side of İstanbul as well as alongside Golden Corn (Haliç); Eyüp is a central district of Istanbul surrounded by Beyoğlu and Kağıthane in east, Fatih and Zeytinburnu in South, Bayrampaşa and Gaziosmanpaşa in West and Black Sea in North. One of first Turkish settlements after the conquest of Istanbul (1453), Eyüp is named after the mosaleum of Ebu Eyyub El-Ensari (1 one 8 Sahabes which make part of Emevi Army sieging Constantinopolis in 7th Century) as well as Eyüp Sultan Mosque (1458). Distrcit has been renamed as Eyüpsultan in 2017.
Eyüp can be considered as a perfect example of combination of modern Istanbul city life with Ottoman Civilisation thanks to nombrous histrocial buildings and artifects (Eyüp Sultan Mosque with many ancient mosques and churches, Feshane, many Madrasah, Mosaleums of many political and spiritual leaders, Pierre Lotti Hill) in addition to traditional market zones and highly improved public transporation hubs. Not a lot of newly developed resiential projects have blossomed in the district in order to preserve historical structure, which gives additional motivation for investors interested in the district.