This special project on the Zeytinburnu Shore is a truly magnificient mega project, located at one of the most popular residential locations in Istanbul.
The extraordinary architecture of the project is not only beautiful, but also functional. The distance between the seven blocks forming the project is 95 meters. This width not only gives you a spacious view, but also almost all of the houses in the project offer sea view from different angles in each room.
The width between the project blocks also opens up space for delightfully landscaped gardens. Specially designed landscaping areas offer the opportunity to enjoy nature. Glass-walled houses, green parks, gyms, open-air swimming pools and social areas add priceless value to residents.
Every apartment in this project is equipped with multiple technologies. Almost everything in your house will be under smart control even while away from home, with On-Off lighting in all rooms, Automatically controlled Floor heating system - the list is almost endless.
|Type||Size (Min)||Size (Max)||Price (Min)||Price (Max)|
|1+1||70 sqm||87 sqm||$ 244840||$ 484016|
|2+1||118 sqm||167 sqm||$ 571602||$ 809245|
|3+1||143 sqm||340 sqm||$ 572889||$ 1825106|
|4+1||223 sqm||392 sqm||$ 782177||$ 2784096|
- Price ranges last updated 13/05/2019
- 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.
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.