Ideally located within Bahcesehir, part of the world famous Koza region – famed for its ATP Tennis tournaments. The project is large scale, offering expansive and modern facilities, keeping even the most hyperactive children happy for hours. An open air mall made up of 230 stores, with plenty on offer, ensures your day to day needs are met in abundance. Ak Bati mall is walking distance away, housing every major brand found in Nisantasi plus more.
With major private hospitals, private schools & colleges, this complex is a target of well to do middle class families looking for that idyllic family home.
This project is at the pre launch phase meaning early investors can take advantage of low pricing. With the metro coming in 2019, rental income on completion is expected to hit 6%
|Type||Size (Min)||Size (Max)||Price (Min)||Price (Max)|
|2+1||132 sqm||153 sqm||$ 120334||$ 204451|
|3+1||185 sqm||254 sqm||$ 165021||$ 248262|
- Price ranges last updated 19/02/2020
- Prices are list prices and subject to discounts in accordance with the chosen payment plan and negotiation with the seller.
Bahcesehir, famous for being Istanbul’s garden city, and along with the district of Atasehir, the cleanest and most organised neighbourhood of Istanbul. Incorporated as an enclosed town for middle class professionals, its seeds can still be seen in the million dollar villa compounds, private hospitals, and huge Ak Bati Mall. Bahcesehir Park is a real family haven, with lake front restaurants and cafes providing peace and quiet. The construction of the E6 highway into the business district saw swathes of middle class Turks working in the city moving out to Bahcesehir, to give their families a relaxed and peaceful lifestyle away from the city centre.
With Bahcesehir experiencing high demand from Turkish middle class families, it has since it’s inception, been the target of investment at the pre launch phase. Low prices meaning most Turks prefer to buy in Bahcesehir, making rental performance below the average for Istanbul. The smart investor purchased here at the pre launch phase, relying on the excellent reputation of the developer to perform, with government backing through the Emlak Konut governmental department.
Capital gain in the short term is expected with the third airport just 20 minutes away opening in 2019. In January 2017, the Istanbul municipality surprisingly tendered the extension of the Mahmutbey- Sisli-Besiktas metro line, meaning a fast city centre metro link is expected by 2020. A further tender is expected extending the essential Marmaray rail link into Sultanahmet. This investment in infrastructure by the government means demand in the region is expected to peak around 2020, with prices continuing to peak towards this date.