The world famous Fendi Casa, takes its place at this sought after complex, located at the sea front in Zeytinburnu.
This incredible 15 storey block is the coup de grace of what is a landmark complex. Made up of over 20 individual blocks, Fendi Casa has taken over the best positioned block in the complex to deliver what is a truly sensational residence. Experience magnificience in every detail by Italy's premier luxurious interior designers - a first in Turkey.
This is a unique real estate experience in Istanbul, where Fendi Casa takes responsibility for every interior item, from the humble door handles to the crucial furniture package. Genuine imported granite is used in the wet surfaces, and real hardwood has been used in the cabinets, doors and flooring.
The Fendi Casa block is at the south-east position at the sea front ensuring three of the four facades enjoy full panoramic sea views, Bosphorous entrance views, and historic old city views. The fourth facade enjoys views over the "bulvar", an open air mall recreated with inspiration from the world famous Nisantasi.
The compound's "bulvar" - open air mall - uses the cobble stones from Nisantasi, with building facades finished with genuine marble and granite. Stores have already been chosen with premium brands set to take their place.
The historic Ottoman warehouses have been sympathetically restored to their glorious state, providing a covered organic market place.
The motto here is a creation of a sea side neighbourhood, combining several neighbourhoods in this government backed modernisation project.
This landmark project will also have direct uninterrupted access to the coast via an exclusive pedestrian tunnel - ensuring no traffic issues. The coast front is also undergoing modernisation, with its conversion into a significant park well under way, and due to complete before the end of 2017.
The location of this project is famous amongst Turks for being home to Istanbul's managers. Multiple forms of transport meet at this point - metro, high speed rail, Bosphorus road tunnel, all meet at this point. Residents will enjoy easy access to the old city, the business district in Levent, and the world famous Nisantatsi and Taksim - all just a few stops on the metro line that already exists at the back entrance of the complex.
Elite Atakoy Marina, one of Istanbul's oldest shopping districts in Bakirkoy, are all just a few minutes away via metro or car.
|Type||Size (Min)||Size (Max)||Price (Min)||Price (Max)|
|2+1||103 sqm||223 sqm||$ 381847||$ 1487149|
|3+1||144 sqm||189 sqm||$ 989278||$ 1929505|
|4+1||200 sqm||241 sqm||$ 1246732||$ 1680422|
- 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.
Zeytinbunu is a traditional working class district of Istanbul, with the exception being the coastal route. Several recently completed projects have priced the working class out of the region.
Zeytinburnu is traditionally the container district of Istanbul, with many dockyards and storage depots. These are undergoing huge transformation, with this part of Istanbul's commerce now strictly in the suburbs. With such large empty space comes elite and expensive compounds like this one.
The region is losing its working class tag and now converting into a premium city centre district. Surrounded as it is already by wealthy districts like Bakirkoy and Atakoy, Zeytinburnu is now catching up.
Koc university hospital is a few minutes and is one of Turkey's pioneering hospitals - a pioneer in the medical field.
With key touristic sites just minutes away, this location is under extreme demand, and has always been throughout Istanbul's past.
Pockets of Zeytinburnu are extremely cheap, due to still housing the working classes. Other areas like Topkapi, and the coastal neighbourhoods, are pressing ahead with prices.
The coastal route's outstanding location mean rental return is higher than usual, down to the huge university, major hospitals and colleges, and of course a major transport interchange. A significant investment will come after 2020, with a new major cross continent metro line planned, but this is a medium term project, and won’t affect prices significantly until at least 2020.
The recently completed undersea rail and road tunnels have added a premium to the area. In 2018, Istanbul's high speed train line will complete, and a station is planned in the region, ensuring prices will experience a bump.
Rental returns are higher than the Istanbul average due to the multiple public transport nodes, the huge university, and the Koca university hospital. Of course its outstanding location ensures strong demand from all sectors.
An investment here is about as safe as it can get in Istanbul, with solid rental returns and capital gains expected.
This is a government backed project, with land belonging to the government. It was tendered and won by a constortium of three very experienced developers.
These developers enjoy experience going back many decades, with one of them now a stock exchange listed holding group. All three have a proven past in building malls, hospitals, offices, and residential compounds all over Turkey.