Set within the walls of the old city, this project continues the renaissance of old Istanbul continues apace. This incredible seafront compound enjoys panoramic Marmara sea views, and residents will also enjoy historic views across old Istanbul’s magnificent silhouette.
Its manicured landscape will include the rejuvenation of historical structures within the land plot of the compound. Construction is sympathetic to the history that surrounds the complex, with modern twists on old Ottoman architectural habits, and the spirit of the historic area it will share.
This is a distinguished project and residents will feel this within every cobblestone. Homes are orientated to ensure maximum views, and enabling a generous footprint for the landscaping.
Wide glass facades offer maximum sunlight into homes, and of course allowing residents maximum vision of the history that surrounds them - yet ensuring privacy. Interior designs are careful to ensure the delivery of a luxurious life with the use of world class, top quality materials and select craftsmanship focusing on every detail.
Facilities are set up to allow residents to destress after a hard day's work, with the indoor swimming pool enjoying direct sunlight, traditional Turkish baths, spa and steam room.
The complex is located within the Fatih district, with excellent transportation options. The fantastic Marmaray rail line offers access to all parts of Istanbul including the Asian side, and then all the way to Ankara. The Eurasia tunnel offers drivers direct access to the Asian side within 4 minutes. Sea transport is minutes away via the Yenikapi port or Bakirkoy marina. Educational institutions, hospitals and shopping malls all within walking distance. As of course is Istanbul's ancient history.
|Type||Size (Min)||Size (Max)||Price (Min)||Price (Max)|
|1+1||72 sqm||103 sqm||$ 338400||$ 569207|
|2+1||129 sqm||163 sqm||$ 610856||$ 876370|
|3+1||176 sqm||269 sqm||$ 859017||$ 1420415|
|4+1||243 sqm||319 sqm||$ 1223448||$ 1705886|
|6+1||348 sqm||348 sqm||$ 1841246||$ 1841246|
- Price ranges last updated 21/08/2019
- Prices are list prices and subject to discounts in accordance with the chosen payment plan and negotiation with the seller.
Topkapi forms part of the Zeytinburnu district. Whilst parts of Zeytinburnu are low working class, Topkapi is the exception, form the most expensive part of the district – nearly twice as expensive on average as the rest of Zeytinburnu. Topkapi is well organised, and a firmly Turkish middle class neighbourhood.
The main reason for this is the huge University campus, which is surrounded by secure apartment complexes. Its easy connections into all parts of Istanbul – it is almost equidistant to all major landmarks – make it popular with all buyer types. Malls, private hospitals, and private colleges are a plenty, meaning families want to be placed within good distance of their main needs.
Koc university hospital is a few minutes and is one of Turkey's pioneering hospitals - a pioneer in the medical field.
With key Istanbul sites just minutes away, this location is under extreme demand, and has always been throughout Istanbul's past.
Topkapi, formerly the powerhouse of Istanbul, today has almost completed its conversion from industrial to elite middle class region. With old factories and warehouses now converting to high quality secure complexes, Topkapi is a region that appeals to all ages.
Topkapi's position at the crossroads of Istanbul, as well as its two major universities with over 100,000 students, its appeal is perfectly understandable. Unlike touristic centres like Taksim and Sultanahmet, Topkapi is prime for redevelopment on a grandscale, and developed it has.
With average prices for secure compounds averaging over 15,000 TL per sqm, this compound offers a city centre apartment at suburban prices. Indeed with the completion of competing compounds in the region, prices are set to rise even further once the region has settled down.
With the cross Bosphorous rail line planned for completion in the next 3 to 4 years, the region is primed to rise even further.