With completion approaching, this large scale residence is a further stage in the conversion of the region into an enticing and desirable neighbourhood. The residence has been designed purely with families in mind - working families that need easy city centre access.
The complex offers full residence facilities, from swimming pools to cafes, from Gyms to security. Day to day needs are met with substantial on site commercial space, serving both residents and the region alike.
Istanbul's largest mall, Mall of Istanbul, is just a five minute drive, but the neighbourhood has plenty to offer the day to day shopper.
Turkey's largest Botanic park is an immediate neighbour, meaning apartments enjoy Botanic garden views as well as green valley views.
Making its way through the forests is Istanbul's latest major highway, taking you to the new airport in just ten minutes. City centre access is straightforward, by car or by metro, just 30 minutes away.
|Type||Size (Min)||Size (Max)||Price (Min)||Price (Max)|
|1+1||64 sqm||71 sqm||$ 56635||$ 72008|
|2+1||102 sqm||109 sqm||$ 82580||$ 94510|
|3+1||142 sqm||149 sqm||$ 115832||$ 130883|
- 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.
Basaksehir is a new part of Istanbul, created in part to take industry away from the Media Highway (to the south), and to create a new Olympic town for an (unsuccessful) Olympic bid. Today Basaksehir is a mixture of factories, warehouses, and residential regions, hence it is very important to purchase here with an experienced consultant. Some regions have heavy industry (just behind Mall of Istanbul) intermixed with very poor residential housing. Other areas have expensive high quality residential areas, unaffected by the industry. Hence foreigners will be confused if not guided carefully.
Basaksehir's location within Istanbul is decent, sandwiched between the new and old airport. Hence much investment has taken place in anticipation of demand from the new airport, which opens in Q4 2018. A new metro line was completed many years ago, which links it to the airport metro, making it quite an easy location to get to. Further metro lines under construction will open by 2019-2020, and these will link the region to the city centre and the Atakoy / Bakirkoy coastline, and a fast train is due to open in 2020, giving high speed train access to Europe and to Anatolia.
The Başak neighbourhood of the district is it's wealthiest, and Bahcesehir to the west is actually linked to Basaksehir, distorting the statitics for the region to the positive. An investment in Basaksehir on average returns in 25 years, making it Istanbul's worst performing district.
A titan of a developer, this builder is part of a major Turkish holding company. Taking its place among several major projects, this developer builds in conjuction with the government, being on the list of official developers. Its main brand is known for building the district of Basaksehir almost single handedly, upgrading it from a small poor suburb, to modern city living with secure and spacious compounds.
With decades of experience in the industry, this firm will continue to build major projects, with its latest construction being one of the largest in Istanbul.