Situated in a lovely middle class quarter of Basaksehir, this complex sits on 16,000 sqm of land. This is a family complex ensured by the fact that only 3 bed and 4 bed apartments are available.
Interiors are spacious, in keeping with the Basaksehir tradition, with high ceilings, large balconies. All apartments have a refreshing view of the park.
A metro station is under construction directly parallel to the complex, which will terminate in the historic Bakirkoy region. The metro is due to link up with the M7 Sisli line and the fantastic Marmaray railway. Residents will enjoy modern and high speed access to all central parts of Istanbul.
Basaksehir is transforming into a self contained town in its own right with excellent investment by the municipality and the government. The municipality has built vast publics spaces and allowed for modern large scale residential and business compounds. It has also invested in the M3 metro line, major universities, and health services. The government has backed this up with the construction of a huge city park and Istanbul's largest medical facility.
Basaksehir is also the closest region to the new airport and the new Northern Marmara Highway.
|Type||Size (Min)||Size (Max)||Price (Min)||Price (Max)|
|3+1||147 sqm||207 sqm||$ 181773||$ 254320|
|4+1||177 sqm||222 sqm||$ 225790||$ 322791|
- Price ranges last updated 01/07/2019
- Prices are list prices and subject to discounts in accordance with the chosen payment plan and negotiation with the seller.
This product is available as full payment in cash only, with short term payment plans by negotiation only.
Basaksehir is a new part of Istanbul, created in part to take industry away from the Media Highway (to the south), and to create a new Olympic town for an (unsuccessful) Olympic bid. Today Basaksehir is a mixture of factories, warehouses, and residential regions, hence it is very important to purchase here with an experienced consultant. Some regions have heavy industry (just behind Mall of Istanbul) intermixed with very poor residential housing. Other areas have expensive high quality residential areas, unaffected by the industry. Hence foreigners will be confused if not guided carefully.
Basaksehir's location within Istanbul is decent, sandwiched between the new and old airport. Hence much investment has taken place in anticipation of demand from the new airport, which opens in Q4 2018. A new metro line was completed many years ago, which links it to the airport metro, making it quite an easy location to get to. Further metro lines under construction will open by 2019-2020, and these will link the region to the city centre and the Atakoy / Bakirkoy coastline, and a fast train is due to open in 2020, giving high speed train access to Europe and to Anatolia.
The Başak neighbourhood of the district is it's wealthiest, and Bahcesehir to the west is actually linked to Basaksehir, distorting the statitics for the region to the positive. An investment in Basaksehir on average returns in 25 years, making it Istanbul's worst performing district.