Istanbul's first sustainable, self sufficient building comes together in this serviced apartment complex in Kağıthane. Part of Istanbul's urban regeneration program, this complex is literally located behind Istanbul's main business district in Levent. The complex is unique in design and inspired by a vertical forest concept. 24 storeys make up the complex, where rental management and serviced apartments are expected. Fully clad in glass, in keeping with the rest of the business district, apartments are expected to sell out well before completion of the complex. Interiors are designed along hotel standards, with a large inviting lobby for visitors. Sapphire, Turkey's tallest skyscraper, is just 400 metres away, as is Levent metro station. This is a prestigious location and demand for modern residences is exceptionally high.
|Type||Size (Min)||Size (Max)||Price (Min)||Price (Max)|
|1+1||52 sqm||71 sqm||$ 75041||$ 102401|
|2+1||97 sqm||97 sqm||$ 120331||$ 120331|
- Price ranges last updated 18/11/2018
- 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.
Levent is Istanbul's commercial and business district. The skyscrapers that line Buyukdere Avenue are all in excess of 40 stories, with Sapphire the tallest with 64 stories. The region has the highest concentration of malls anywhere in the world with 5 major malls on the same stretch of road! All skyscrapers will enjoy amazing views over the Bosphorus, with the avenue at the peak of a hill. The eastern side of the avenue ironically has a two storey height restriction, and is filled with Uber expensive villas. After Mecidiyeköy, Levent is the second busiest part of Istanbul - not Taksim or Sultanahmet.
Investing in Levent is an investment in Istanbul's primary commercial district. Purchasing at the right price here means you will enjoy excellent rental returns, and excellent capital gains. Levent emerged in the 90s, with financial deregulation in Turkey. Istanbul's main bourse was created and banking was heavily deregulated. Filled with factories and warehouses, the government chose Levent ahead of the Media Highway to create this business district. Prices accelerated in the 2000s and so did skyscraper construction, where today the region is saturated, with no further space left for skyscrapers. Government efforts are now concentrated on Ataşehir, where all banks are required to move to by 2019, and to Medi Highway, where there is heavy private and public investment in creating a new business district.