Launched as Gaziosmanpasa’s first landmark urban regeneration project, this developer has placed an emphasis on greenspace, social, and sport facilities. Making this a huge favourite with families in the region, aspirational well to do families have already made this place a home. With delicately landscaped gardens and ornamental pools, this complex in the middle of the concrete central part of Istanbul, the huff and puff of the city centre is left behind once you enter the complex.
Day to day needs are met by its ample commercial stores at the ground level. Each block has its own reception and lobby space while your guests wait. Its A-class facilities will satisfy even the fussiest of people, with its wide range of sports and social facilities. Apartments on high floors enjoy lovely city views, looking out towards the towering business district.
|Type||Size (Min)||Size (Max)||Price (Min)||Price (Max)|
|1+1||72 sqm||145 sqm||$ 53126||$ 104526|
|2+1||80 sqm||258 sqm||$ 66009||$ 177309|
|3+1||155 sqm||279 sqm||$ 132152||$ 245444|
|4+1||322 sqm||348 sqm||$ 236014||$ 256335|
- Price ranges last updated 08/04/2019
- Prices are list prices and subject to discounts in accordance with the chosen payment plan and negotiation with the seller.
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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.
Gaziosmanpasa offers excellent investment potential. Currently undergoing large scale regeneration, it's important to choose the right part of what is a large district. The wealthy Karayollari district, where prices are highest, can be contrasted with the Kazim Karibekir region, where prices are on average a 66% lower. Up and coming areas like Fevzi Cakmak offer excellent potential for investment (where this complex is located), due to its easy access to the highways.
The government has invested over a billion lira in the M7 metro line which will link the district to central Istanbul (business district and Besiktas on the Bosphorous). Apartment compounds have started around the metro stations and are already seen excellent year on year rises. An investment here at ground zero should be at the right price, well below the region average, and walking distance to a metro station.
The huge Venzzia Mall, and Vialand theme park are in the region, as are over 10 hospitals and several universities. This is coupled with its easy access to the business district in Levent, as well as to historic parts of Istanbul like Taksim. Hence rental demand is very high in the region, yet quality housing is in low supply.