HM-00227 Project Osman Gazi Bursa
The project HM-00227 is being built in Osman Gazi, which is characterized by great vitality due to its privileged location in the center of the Turkish city of Bursa, which earned it great investment value, where the project is surrounded by many schools, associations and hospitals.
The project HM-00227 is designed by one of the largest construction companies in Turkey, with an area of 473,596 square meters consisting of 8 blocks containing 688 housing units with a variety of areas ranging from 121 square meters to 507 square meters, in a distinctive style that combines modern and luxury for a comfortable and Luxurious life to suit all your needs.
Type of Flats / m² / Price
|Apartment Type||Square Meters||Minimum Price|
|2+1||121 m²||–||–||84.000 $|
– 50% Down Payment
– 50 Months Installments
Bursa is a city in northwestern Turkey and the administrative center of the Bursa Province. The fourth most populous city in Turkey and second most populous in Marmara Region. Bursa is one of the industrial centers of the country. Most of the Turkey’s automotive production takes place in Bursa.
Bursa (Ottoman Turkish: بُروسه) was the first major and second overall capital of the Ottoman State between 1335 and 1363. The city was referred to as Hüdavendigar (خداوندگار, meaning “God’s gift” in Ottoman Turkish, a name of Persian origin) during the Ottoman period, while a more recent nickname is Yeşil Bursa (“Green Bursa“) in reference to the parks and gardens located across its urban fabric, as well as to the vast and richly varied forests of the surrounding region. Mount Uludağ, the ancient Mysian Olympus, towers over it, and has a well-known ski resort. Bursa has rather orderly urban growth and borders a fertile plain. The mausoleums of the early Ottoman sultans are located in Bursa, and the city’s main landmarks include numerous edifices built throughout the Ottoman period. Bursa also has thermal baths, old Ottoman mansions, palaces, and several museums.
The shadow-play characters Karagöz and Hacivat are based on historic personalities who lived and died in Bursa (in the 14th century