The Ritz-Cartlton, Şişli/İstanbul- Turkey




  • 24 Hour Security
  • Administrative support
  • ATM
  • Balcony
  • Cafe
  • Car Park
  • Central heating
  • Dishwasher
  • Garden
  • Gym
  • Investment properties
  • Kitchen
  • Lawn
  • Luxury Property
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool
  • Washer


Property For Sale in Turkey

The project has a total construction area of ​​9 thousand 920 square meters. In the project, which consists of 94 flats in two blocks, 1 + 1 apartments are 69 to 99 square meters, 2 + 1 apartments 95 square meters, 2 + 1 duplexes 158 square meters. There are commercial units under the blocks to meet the needs of the homeowners.
Carefully designed by professional architectural teams, the project draws attention with its modern lines and aesthetics in its exterior architecture. The project, which gives importance to interior decoration from the lobby to the apartments, includes 2 + 1 duplexes as well as 1 + 1 and 2 + 1 apartments.

Site Features
Fitness center
• Cinema
• Security
Camera security
• Parking Garage
Central satellite system

Building Features
• Water tank
• Booster
• Elevator
• Lobby

Housing Features
Built-in white goods
Intercom system
• Combi
• Terrace

Construction Techniques
• Building inspection has been done
• Ground survey done
• Compliant with earthquake regulations
• Compliant with the insulation regulation
• Raft foundation
• Concrete class above C25

Central Location

Central Istanbul information

istanbul also  Turkishİstanbul  is the largest city in Turkey, serving as the country’s economic, cultural and historic hub. The city straddles the Bosporus strait, lying in both Europe and Asia, and has a population of over 15 million residents, comprising 19% of the population of Turkey.[4] Istanbul is the most populous European city,[c] and the world’s 15th-largest city.

The city was founded as Byzantium (Byzantion) in the 7th century BCE by Greek settlers from Megara.[9] In 330 CE, the Roman emperor Constantine the Great made it his imperial capital, renaming it first as New Rome (Nova Roma)[10] and then as Constantinople (Constantinopolis) after himself.[10][11] The city grew in size and influence, eventually becoming a beacon of the Silk Road and one of the most important cities in history.

The city served as an imperial capital for almost 1600 years: during the Roman/Byzantine (330–1204), Latin (1204–1261), late Byzantine (1261–1453), and Ottoman (1453–1922) empires.[12]

The city played a key role in the advancement of Christianity during Roman/Byzantine times, hosting four (including Chalcedon (Kadıköy) on the Asian side) of the first seven ecumenical councils (all of which were in present-day Turkey) before its transformation to an Islamic stronghold following the Fall of Constantinople in 1453 CE—especially after becoming the seat of the Ottoman Caliphate in 151

A quick look at Istanbul’s features 

  • more than 8,500 years of history,
  • capital of 3 glorious empires, the Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman Empires,
  • a magical composition of two continents, two Worlds, the East and the West,
  • Islamic and Mediterranean mixture of cultures in a captivating atmosphere,
  • population of more than 15 million,
  • one of world’s main air traffic hubs with 2 international airports,
  • 5th most visited city in the world,
  • 2010 European Capital of Culture,
  • 2012 European Capital of Sport,
  • one of world’s leading congress destination,
  • connecting 2 continents; Europe and Asia,
  • more than 75 museums,
  • more than 100 lively shopping malls, and 4 historic bazaars,
  • 5 imperial palaces, and many summer palaces, pavilions and mansions,
  • huge transportation network of metro, subway, tram, buses, ferries, sea-buses, etc,
  • 4 seasons throughout the year.

Istanbul – a welcoming city

Istanbul is a magical composition of two continents. And especially the Bosphorus, Istanbul Strait will cheer up your hearts. Aside from being the largest and most popular city of Turkey, Istanbul is also the biggest cultural and financial center of Turkey. Istanbul is considered to be the bridge that links Asia with Europe from a cultural and geographical standpoint.

Istanbul is located partly in Asia and the other part in Europe. Its geographical position as well as its rich history are responsible for a fascinating melting pot of cultures. Tourists are flocking to experience this magical city full of contrasts for themselves, making it the 5th most popular tourist destination in the world.

Istanbul offers an unforgettable experience for its travelers, with its colorful daily city life and dynamic nightlife. The beautiful silhouette of the city combines historical sites and monuments such as Roman aqueducts, Byzantine churches, Venetian towers, Ottoman palaces from the Byzantine, Ottoman and Turkish periods.

And the skyline covers monumental minarets with skyscrapers and plazas. And especially the Historical Peninsula and the Bosphorus will make you deeply fall in love with the city.

Istanbul is also one of the most lively metropolises in the world (having more than 15 million residents) that offers variety of intercontinental events, international film, music and theater festivals, international biennials, and more than 80 museums and many art galleries showcase all the culture, arts and history; including painting, sculpture, photography and more.


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  • Published: May 10, 2021
  • Last Update: August 7, 2022
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