This complex enjoys fabulous sea views over the sea of Marmara and the West Istanbul marina. Built on a land of 19,881 sqm, the project has 226 apartments and 14 street facing commercial units. 78% of it is composed of green areas, so it is one of the greenest projects of the Beylikdüzü district. 2+1, 3+1, 4+1 apartment options are available in the project.
Social Space is based on a hotel resort concept with two indoor swimming pools, fitness rooms, steam rooms, saunas, baths, salt rooms, male and female masjids, indoor playgrounds, hobby rooms, cinema room , playgrounds, basketball, football, volleyball, tennis courts.
A huge grove and a huge biological pond is set up as the centre piece of the complex. Camellias, jogging and hiking trails in the grove and running trails are set up around the site.
All apartments have at least two facades and some have 3 facades.
Situated in Yakuplu, residents will be just 5 minutes from the West Istanbul Marina and 5 minutes from the E5 and metrobus, the location is a short distance to everything you want.
|Type||Size (Min)||Size (Max)||Price (Min)||Price (Max)|
|2+1||132 sqm||132 sqm||$ 163790||$ 176952|
|3+1||186 sqm||186 sqm||$ 236911||$ 250073|
|4+1||213 sqm||213 sqm||$ 264697||$ 277859|
|5+1||290 sqm||290 sqm||$ 330505||$ 330505|
- Price ranges last updated 16/03/2020
- Prices are list prices and subject to discounts in accordance with the chosen payment plan and negotiation with the seller.
Beylikduzu is a huge district made up of nine neighborhoods. This project is in the Kavakli neighborhood, which is a wealthy white collar part of Beylikduzu.
Its low rise secure complexes, endless cafes and restaurants, ease of access to the coast and the E5 highway, make it a real aspirational neighborhood for locals. The recently redesigned coastal region, offers a range of water sports, is an evening hot spot for families enjoying the local restaurants overlooking the Marmara sea.
With most foreigners buying in Beylikduzu, its important to tread carefully. The district is currently undergoing a boom in construction projects, and this worries local Turkish investors – is it sustainable? Whilst some part of Beylikduzu are desirable, other parts are less so, and hence it is important for foreigners to tour the region with experienced intermediaries. Due to this over construction, supply currently outstrips demand, and some developers offer huge commissions to agents to sell their apartments to foreigners – meaning this is passed on to the buyer. Beylikduzu has shown impressive gains in the last 10 years, yet it remains to be seen if this is sustainable. Whilst the region provides a fantastic lifestyle to its residents, the main motivation of buying here should not be one of investment.