This vibrant project, rising in two Ottoman inspired 12-storey blocks, provide spacious apartments that meet the needs of the modern homeowner. Apartments on the 8th floor onwards enjoy stunning Golden horn river views, with those to the rear enjoy the startling skyscrapers rising out of the forests of Maslak and Levent.
This complex is part of the urban transformation of Gaziosmanpasa, with much transformation continuing to its rear. Such projects have rewarded early investors, and now complete, these investors will enjoy healthy rental returns. With a proper lobby for your guest, large and numerous elevators will take you to your apartments. Hotel style corridors open out to your designer apartment. Spacious modern interiors contrast with the exterior Ottoman design, with floor to ceiling windows - of special thickness to ensure noise does not enter your apartment.
The complex location is exceptionally popular being just a few minutes to the local tramway for city commuters, and Taksim is 20 minutes by car via transit tunnels. Besiktas on the Bosphorus is just 25 minutes away.
With its proximity to the project Vialand, fun for the family is closeby with its shopping avenues offering unique alternatives for everyone.
|Type||Size (Min)||Size (Max)||Price (Min)||Price (Max)|
|1+1||58 sqm||70 sqm||$ 46485||$ 54056|
|2+1||105 sqm||114 sqm||$ 69330||$ 115550|
|3+1||146 sqm||-||$ 103198||$ 103198|
- Price ranges last updated 18/11/2018
- 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.
A popular working class district, Gaziosmanpasa is part of the government’s current urban regeneration plans. Within this scope, poorly built housing stock from the 70s and 80s are being demolished, and combined into large parcels for secure complexes like these. As such, the region remains traditionally Turkish working class, but neighbourhood life remains decent. Its proximity to the business district (just 15 minutes) make it popular with the increasing middle classes of Istanbul. Home to Istanbul’s largest theme park, Vialand, a popular attraction for Turks and tourists alike. Gaziosmanpasa will continue to develop, and with the M7 metro line, which connects the region to the heart of Istanbul, it will take another giant leap to become a first line suburb to the city centre.
Gaziosmanapasa has fantastic investment potential. Its proximity to the city centre means it is always in high demand by the middle classes. Yet high quality homes have been hard to come by, and compounds are rare. Hence, the region required government incentive to developers, to combine and convert old housing, to create large scale secure compounds.
Additionally to this, the government has undertaken a huge metro project, linking the region to the heart of the city centre in Sisli, and to the Bosphorus at Besiktas. With this impetus, developers have scrambled for land, and buying up old stock in the region. With five landmark projects launching this year, Gaziosmanpasa will be following the lead of Bomonti. Bomonti, like Gaziosmanpasa, was a run down central part of Istanbul. Today, Bomonti enjoys premium real estate, and investors have made a killing.
Those same investors are today targeting Gaziosmanpasa for similar returns.
A boutique local developer, this firm have specialised in urban transformation projects. Starting out in producting standard apartment concrete blocks, with little to no architectural appeal, this completed project has Ottoman touches throughout. In undertaking further projects, this family construction firm will likely make further ambitious efforts to produce quality homes in central Istanbul.