|Type||Size (Min)||Size (Max)||Price (Min)||Price (Max)|
|1+1||74 sqm||88 sqm||$ 205000||$ 265000|
|2+1||152 sqm||168 sqm||$ 470000||$ 575000|
|3+1||155 sqm||281 sqm||$ 515000||$ 710000|
- Price ranges last updated 18/03/2019
- 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.
Sisli – the heartbeat of Istanbul. The centre of commerce for Istanbul, and therefore Turkey.
The incredible skyscrapers of Bomonti, offer incredible Bosphorus and Golden Horn views, and is fast becoming one of the most expensive real estate space in Turkey. A modern residential skyscraper district, it continues to evolve, with Bomonti, where this project is located, evolving from factory ghetto, to a modern art and fashion centre.
Bomonti today is home to luxury skyscrapers, with Anthill towers, Divan Bomonti tower, and Hilton Bomonti to name a few. The Hilton Bomonti is the largest Hilton in the Europe.
Nisantasi is Istanbul’s most elite fashion district, with big brands such as Gucci, Armani, and Louis Vutton to name just a few. Nisantasi remains a tourist favourite, with major hotels setup in the region. Sisli continues to transform from residential to largely commercial in nature.
The skyscrapers of Levent and Mecidiyekoy in the northern part of Sisli, remain home to Istanbul's and global corporation - indeed most Middle East headquarters are now in this region.
Sisli is without doubt one of Istanbul’s wealthiest and most sought after districts.
Sisli continues to perform. The engine of Istanbul’s service and commercial sector, demand in Sisli always outstrips supply. This is reflected in our annual statistics, with Sisli continuously outperforming the Istanbul average by quite a distance.
If Taksim is the soul of Istanbul, Sisli is the heart - Istanbul's service sector thumps away at a breakneck pace, and will always be the true centre of commerce in Istanbul.
Despite already being well served by metro, major highway (E5), and two major tunnels, it’s not enough. The M7 metro line is under construction to relieve the overloaded highways and metrobus service. Costing over a billion Lira, this line links Sisli to the Bosphorus coast on one end, and Bahcesehir on the other end. Upon completion in 2019, we expect a spike in property prices and rental return.
An investment in Sisli must still be made at the right price, and can then be considered as safe an investment as one can find in Istanbul.