- Updated On:
- July 9, 2020
HM-00173 Project Beylikdüzü Istanbul | turkey
HM-00173 Project Beylikdüzü Istanbul
The Project HM-00173 is located in the Beylikdüzü area, one of the most important areas of the new Istanbul
Beylikdüzü is one of the most attractive areas for investors in Istanbul, thanks to its well spread networks of modern transport linking it with the center of the city.
The Project HM characterized by its state-of-the-art finishes under the supervision of the best engineers and architects, as well as the service and leisure facilities of the project from swimming pools and playgrounds. Sports clubs and others.
- HM-00173 is 2 minutes from the sea.
- The project is 10 minutes from the Metrobus station.
- It is a 40-minute drive from Istanbul’s third airport.
Type of Flats / m² / Price
|Apartment Type||Square Meters||Minimum Price|
|1+1||60 m²||–||–||54.000 $|
|2+1||107 m²||–||137 m²||96.000 $|
– 50% Down Payment
– 36 Months Installments
Beylikdüzü is the modern part of Istanbul which is improving more every day. Beylikdüzu together with the Ataköy Marina district are now attracting the upper-middle class because of their good infrastructure, and are seeing the construction of new luxury developments. The attraction is also increased by their close proximity to the Istanbul Atatürk Airport. Beylikdüzü is home to the most shopping malls in Istanbul and is considered a heaven for shopping, also referred to as the “AVM cumhuriyeti” (or republic of shopping in English).
Beylikdüzü is the one of the most cosmopolitan districts of Istanbul, thus hosting a mosaic of different cultures of Turkey together with people from other countries. Beylikdüzü matches the European cities with its high green space per person. The green space is over 10M² per person in Beylikdüzü. Almost in every street and avenue trees are planted at equal distance; making the whole neighborhood as an open-air museum. The construction of the botanical park in the huge valley between Adnan Kahveci and Cumhuriyet neighbourhood is still going on.
Istanbul Seafood Wholesale Market Hall in Kumkapı (in historical peninsula) is planned to be established in its new and bigger complex in Beylikdüzü. However, people with environmental awareness in Beylikdüzü have a concern that the new seafood market which is planned to be constructed by land reclamation on the Gürpinar coast of Beylikdüzü, can disturb the natural underwater current which cleans the Büyükçekmece Bay. Environmentalist people fear that having stopped the currents the bay can turn into a sewage zone and lost all its beauty. Plus some experts claim that the seafood supply is mostly carried from the land not from the sea so it will add an unnecessary traffic pressure on the Beylikdüzü’s existing road system.