Family apartments in quality central Istanbul compound

$ 374638

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  • Urban regeneration apartment complex at pre launch phase
  • Perfect for white collar business workers
  • Just ten minutes to the main business district
  • Extensive social facilities
  • 2 minute drive to the newly opened Vadi Mall
  • 2 min drive to the Taksim metro line and newly opened Besiktas metro line

About this project

This triple tower compound is excellently located for white collar workers needing easy access to the main business district in Levent.

Each tower has its own reception with full security. Social facilities are accessible by residents only, and are perfect for young families, with a gym, swimming pool, child playgrounds, sports courts, and so on.

Apartments are city style open plan living, ensuring plenty of light with large floor to ceiling windows wherever possible. Appliances will be Siemens branded or similar quality, and interior finishing will be of high quality, with Italian branded kitchens and bathrooms.

3 metre ceiling heights will ensure plenty of head room, and topping the building off are wide observation decks on the roof, which can be booked for your parties and family gatherings.

The immediate region provides access to excellent amenities:
M2 metro to Taksim just a few minutes away
New M7 metro to Sisli and Bosphorus just 5 minutes away.
New Vadi Mall just a few minutes drive with all major global brands.
The major highway TEM is a few minutes drive.
The planned 3 tier tunnel is a few minutes drive.

This is a pre launch complex and at the optimum time for investors. With its proximity to the most important parts of Istanbul, like Levent, Maslak, Sisli, and Mecidiyekoy. As such we strongly recommend this to investors, with pricing already below market value, and the region undergoing heavy regeneration, we expect this complex to reward investors.

The heavy investment into the Kagithane region as part of the Silicon valley project for Istanbul is outlined in more detail on our website at this link: Kagithane Investment Zone.

Facilities Breakdown

  • Indoor Cinema
  • Café
  • Table tennis
  • Basketball courts
  • Football courts
  • Sauna
  • Underground parking
  • 24 7 security
  • Gym
  • Walking parkour
  • Child play areas
  • Child swimming pool
  • Indoor swimming pool

Price Range

Type Size (Min) Size (Max) Price (Min) Price (Max)
2+1 93 sqm 170 sqm $ 203070 $ 240900
3+1 144 sqm 258 sqm $ 209355 $ 317421
4+1 249 sqm 255 sqm $ 374638 $ 440643

- Price ranges last updated 26/08/2020
- Prices are list prices and subject to discounts in accordance with the chosen payment plan and negotiation with the seller.

Payment Plan

Months Deposit Discount
24 months 50% 5%
0 100% 15%

Floor Types


  • Ataturk airport 25 mins
  • VadiIstanbul mall 2 mins
  • Many private hospitals within 5 mins
  • Taksim 35 mins
  • Sultanahmet 40 mins
  • Levent Business district 7 mins
  • Taksim metro line 2 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.