Two Bedroom Apartment In Istanbul
Two Bedroom Apartment In Istanbul. We offer 2 + 1 apartment in Istanbul by installments, which is well suited for families with children and athletes. Down payment 50% + installments for 18 months. If you want other options for apartments in this complex, we are ready to offer:
Apartments 2 + 1, 135-137m2 starting price: 119.300 euros
Apartments 3 + 1, 176-203m2 starting price: 159.600 euros
4 + 1 Apartments , 194-201m2 starting price: 179,200 euros
Information about the complex:
Number of apartments: 1.156
Types of apartments: 2 + 1, 3 + 1, 4 + 1
Metric area: 70m2-201m2
Distance to Taksim: 60 min
Distance to Ataturk Airport: 30 min
To the metro: 5 min
Information Of The Property
- Swimming pool
- Turkish sauna
- fitness room
- 24/7 security
- covered parking
- tennis court
- basketball playground
Mega Projects galore in Istanbul
Undoubtedly, the mega-projects of Istanbul, which are expected to increase the value of real estate even more than they have already done, are a big bait for investors who monitor practical results.
At the moment, everyone is hearing the mega-project – the new third airport of Istanbul, which, when it is completed in 2028, will become the world transport hub. Investors are also buying up land and houses on the European side, where the Istanbul Canal project will take place. In areas such as Kucukcekmece, there is an interest in affordable apartments for sale in Istanbul due to a project that will create a mini-city in the city.
Many other projects, including transport links and bridges, completely change the face of Istanbul to ease traffic congestion and ultimately help him in his desire to become a business, commercial and residential center of power.
Global centers of tourism and business
Given the historical past of Istanbul as the capital of the ruling center of both the Byzantine and Ottoman empires, its tourism trade is gaining momentum, as the mass marketing of the Turkish government makes it one of the most visited places in the country.
In fact, in 2014 he surpassed other major cities, such as Rome, in terms of the number of visitors. The next two years plummeted, but recovered in 2017, and 2018 appears to be his most successful year. Istanbul