HM-00135 Project Maslak Istanbul | turkey
HM-00135 Project Maslak Istanbul
The Project HM-00135 is located in Maslak area in the European side of Istanbul, one of the most beautiful and important residential and investment areas in the city. Where you will find many work and entertainment centers at the same time, very close to the best educational and health care institutions in the city.
Maslak is one of the most beautiful areas of Istanbul, with its magnificent views of the Bosporus and the presence of large international companies based in its towers in the center of the region.
HM-00135 is one of Istanbul’s largest and most famous projects, with its distinctive downtown design making it an icon of successful Real Estate investment.
HM-00135 is being built on a 36.750 meter squared land, with 10 blocks containing 935 residential units and 22 shops.
Type of Flats / m² / Price
|Apartment Type||Square Meters||Minimum Price|
|0+1||45 m²||–||–||138.000 $|
|1+1||64 m²||–||103 m²||183.500 $|
|2+1||99 m²||–||132 m²||302.000 $|
|3+1||130 m²||–||191 m²||446.000 $|
|4+1||200 m²||–||399 m²||616.600 $|
– 40% Down Payment
– 36 Months Installments
Maslak is one of the main business districts of Sarıyer, Istanbul, Turkey, located on the European side of the city. It was formerly an exclave of the municipality of Şişli, though being far north and actually closer to the municipalities of Sarıyer and Beşiktaş. Therefore, a legislation was approved by the Interior Commission of the Turkish Parliament on October 18, 2012, that shifted the jurisdiction of the Maslak district from Şişli to Sarıyer.
Maslak is in direct competition with the nearby Levent business district for new skyscraper projects. At the present, the tallest completed skyscraper in Maslak is the 47-floor Spine Tower which reaches a structural height of 202 meters; while the tallest skyscraper currently under construction in Maslak (as well as Istanbul and the rest of Turkey) is the Diamond of Istanbul, which comprises three centrally-connected towers, the tallest of which will have 53 floors above ground and will reach a structural height of 270 meters (thus surpassing the current tallest completed skyscraper in Istanbul, the 54-floor, 261 meters tall Istanbul Sapphire in the nearby Levent business district.) The Diamond of Istanbul will also be the first steel skyscraper in Turkey, where (as opposed to the situation in the United States) constructing with steel costs more than constructing with concrete. The reason for choosing steel was its relative strength in resisting earthquakes (Istanbul is located along an active fault), whereas concrete is more fire-resistant.