Family apartments in a central project with easy metro access

$ 460852

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  • Living in the midst of horizontal architecture.
  • All-encompassing residence facilities.
  • Tastefully and functionally designed interiors.
  • A burgeoning business centre of the European Side.
  • New M7 Sisli metro and M11 airport metro line are within walking distance.
  • Sisli, Besiktas, Beyoglu, and Eyup are neighbouring districts.

About this project

Located at the most central point of Kağıthane, right next to the subway station and between Cendere and Develi Streets, the project stands out with its advantageous location. Along with its aesthetic qualities and elegant design, the project also shines through with its horizontal architecture.

The complex's unusual (for Istanbul anyway) horizontal architecture makes a substantial difference in the area. All aspects are wide open, providing an airy and cozy feel, and a sense of spaciousness.

There is an outdoor swimming pool on the roof; fitness center, and sauna on the 1st basement, winter garden on the ground floor along with an inner courtyard and an ornamental pool with seating areas on the terrace.

With 10 commercial units on the ground floor of the project, designated for stores, residents need just an elevator ride for daily needs. The nearby axis mall provides over 200 stores for more complex shopping needs. Locals are spoilt for choice!

The Kagithane M7 metro station is just 50 meters from the complex, ensuring residents have access to all parts of Istanbul. Sisli is just two stations away, Taksim is four stations and the historic old city just 7 stations from the complex. In addition, this station will serve the airport metro in 2022. An incredible convenience for all involved.

The developer of the project is one of Turkey’s leading trademarks in the construction industry, undertaking premium retail, office, residence, and shopping mall projects as well as the construction and development of luxury hotels.
The total construction area of projects completed by the developer covers over 3,5 million square meters to date.

Facilities Breakdown

  • Underground parking
  • 24 7 security

Price Range

Type Size (Min) Size (Max) Price (Min) Price (Max)
1+1 65 sqm 85 sqm $ 125686 $ 162653
2+1 102 sqm 115 sqm $ 200852 $ 211942
3+1 143 sqm 193 sqm $ 248909 $ 354880
4+1 255 sqm 255 sqm $ 460852 $ 460852

- Price ranges last updated 27/03/2020
- Prices are list prices and subject to discounts in accordance with the chosen payment plan and negotiation with the seller.

Payment Plan

This product is available as full payment in cash only, with short term payment plans by negotiation only.


  • Istanbul airport 35 mins
  • Taksim 15 mins or 4 stops on the metro
  • Sisli 10 mins or 2 stops on the metro
  • Nisantasi 5 stops on the metro
  • Sultanahmet 17 mins
  • Kagithane metro 100 metres
  • New airport metro 100 metres
  • Belgrade Forest 5 mins
  • Istinye Park Mall 7 mins
  • Vadi Istanbul Mall 4 mins
  • New T5 golden horn tram 5 mins
  • Galatasaray stadium (biggest team in Turkey) 5 mins
  • Private Derindere Hospital 5 mins
  • 1. bridge 8 mins
  • 2. bridge 15 mins
  • 3. bridge 20 mins

Regional information

Levent is Istanbul's commercial and business district. The skyscrapers that line Buyukdere Avenue are all in excess of 40 stories, with Sapphire the tallest with 64 stories. The region has the highest concentration of malls anywhere in the world with 5 major malls on the same stretch of road! All skyscrapers will enjoy amazing views over the Bosphorus, with the avenue at the peak of a hill. The eastern side of the avenue ironically has a two storey height restriction, and is filled with Uber expensive villas. After Mecidiyeköy, Levent is the second busiest part of Istanbul - not Taksim or Sultanahmet.

Investment information

Investing in Levent is an investment in Istanbul's primary commercial district. Purchasing at the right price here means you will enjoy excellent rental returns, and excellent capital gains. Levent emerged in the 90s, with financial deregulation in Turkey. Istanbul's main bourse was created and banking was heavily deregulated. Filled with factories and warehouses, the government chose Levent ahead of the Media Highway to create this business district. Prices accelerated in the 2000s and so did skyscraper construction, where today the region is saturated, with no further space left for skyscrapers. Government efforts are now concentrated on Ataşehir, where all banks are required to move to by 2019, and to Medi Highway, where there is heavy private and public investment in creating a new business district.