HM-00206 Project Beylikdüzü Istanbul | turkey
HM-00206 Project Beylikdüzü Istanbul
The Project HM-00206 is located in Beylikdüzü, which is considered to be the new cultural interface of the European side of Istanbul with its magnificent Marmara Sea views and the easy Access to all means of transportation in the city in addition to a large number of the most important malls, cafes and high-end markets.
HM-00206 is considered one of the most preferred projects for lovers of a quite and perfect family life, due to its social facilities that meet the needs of all families, with a touch of luxury and beauty in design
Type of Flats / m² / Price
|Apartment Type||Square Meters||Minimum Price|
|2+1||110 m²||–||165 m²||135.000 $|
|3+1||145 m²||–||191 m²||151.800 $|
|4.5+1||249 m²||–||–||275.900 $|
|vilaa||211 m²||–||–||329.600 $|
– 50% Down Payment
– 50 Months Installments
Beylikdüzü is a district in the European suburbs of Istanbul, Turkey, located north of the Sea of Marmara, south of Esenyurt, east of Büyükçekmece, and west of Avcılar.
It is assumed that Beylikdüzü was first settled by Greeks from Byzantion in the second century AD as a farming village. It later became a popular resort for residents of Constantinople in the Byzantine Empire, a status that continued after the Fall of Constantinople to the Ottoman Empire. The region was referred to as “Garden” in the later Ottoman period, and following the foundation of the Turkish Republic was called “Kavaklı,” after the large number of poplar trees, a name which was used until 2003. The modern name means “Plains of the Beylik.”
Beylikdüzü is populated especially after the 1999 İzmit earthquake by the people from older districts of Istanbul who preferred to move to newly constructed buildings in Beylikdüzü because of their fear for safety of the old buildings. When the Metrobus (rapid bus system) is extended from Avcılar to Beylikdüzü in 2012, Beylikdüzü is affected by the second wave of migration. With the advance of Metrobüs the perception of “distance” has changed and places which seemed far away before became closer, so many moved to Beylikdüzü. Its population has grown from around 3000 in the early 1990s to 350,000 by 2018. Since the population of Beylikdüzü consists mostly of migrants from other districts of Istanbul or Turkey, and Beylikdüzü is a relatively recently established city, Beylikdüzü has gained a welcoming atmosphere for the newcomers without having any social stratification. The popularity of Beylikdüzü has increased greatly in the last few years and the region became a hot spot for residential and commercial investments. Beylikdüzü has the highest rapid increase in the land and property value in Turkey, making its investors richer in a very short time. Beylikdüzü was one of the few municipalities in Turkey that switched from AKP to CHP in 2014 with an overwhelming (>10%) vote.