The Ritz-Cartlton, Şişli/İstanbul- Turkey

House for sale in Bahçeşehir Istanbul

Bahçeşehir 2. Kısım, Başakşehir/İstanbul, Turkey


  • Administrative support
  • Air Conditioning
  • Balcony
  • Cafe
  • Car-parking
  • Central heating
  • Garden
  • Gym
  • Investment properties
  • Lift
  • Luxury Property
  • Restaurant
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool
  • TV Cable


House for sale in Bahçeşehir Istanbul

A new branded project in Bahçeşehir Istanbul. Investment opportunity, and a suitable lifestyle for families. Construction area: 67.000 m2 Consists of 27 blocks. Total of 1683 residence and 121 commercial units. Studio, one-bedroom and Two-bedroom apartments options. located near to 2nd biggest shopping mall in Istanbul. Only minutes to the mall of Istanbul. Close to TEM and E5 highways and only steps to the metro station. *Project features; – closed and open swimming pool – cafe & restaurant – 7/24 security – children swimming pool – sauna – fitness center – closed car parking – Children playground – Central heating      

Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey and is among the 15 largest urban areas in the world. It is located on the Bosporus Strait and covers the entire area of the Golden Horn, a natural harbor. Because of its size, Istanbul extends into both Europe and Asia. The city is the world’s only metropolis to be on more than one continent.

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The city of Istanbul is important to geography because it has a long history that spans the rise and fall of the world’s most famous empires. Due to its participation in these empires, Istanbul has also undergone various name changes.—Exclusive Apartments in Çekmeköy—House for sale in Bahçeşehir Istanbul

he Ottoman Empire (1453–1922)

After being considerably weakened, Constantinople was officially conquered by the Ottomans, led by Sultan Mehmed II on May 29, 1453, after a 53-day siege. During the siege, the last Byzantine emperor, Constantine XI, died while defending his city. Almost immediately, Constantinople was declared to be the capital of the Ottoman Empire and its name was changed to Istanbul.— House for sale in Bahçeşehir Istanbul

Upon taking control of the city, Sultan Mehmed sought to rejuvenate Istanbul. He created the Grand Bazaar (one of the largest covered marketplaces in the world) and brought back fleeing Catholic and Greek Orthodox residents. In addition to these residents, he brought in Muslim, Christian, and Jewish families to establish a mixed populace. Sultan Mehmed also began the building of architectural monuments, schools, hospitals, public baths, and grand imperial mosques.—House for sale in Bahçeşehir Istanbul

From 1520 to 1566, Suleiman the Magnificent controlled the Ottoman Empire, and there were many artistic and architectural achievements that made the city a major cultural, political, and commercial center. By the mid-1500s, its population had grown to almost 1 million inhabitants. The Ottoman Empire ruled Istanbul until it was defeated and occupied by the Allies in World War I.Exclusive Apartments in Çekmeköy

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The Republic of Turkey (1923–Present)

Following World War I, the Turkish War of Independence took place, and Istanbul became a part of the Republic of Turkey in 1923. Istanbul was not the capital city of the new republic, and during the early years of its formation, Istanbul was overlooked; investment went into the new, centrally located capital, Ankara. In the 1940s and 1950s, though, Istanbul reemerged. New public squares, boulevards, and avenues were constructed—and many of the city’s historic buildings were demolished.(House for sale in Bahçeşehir Istanbul)

In the 1970s, Istanbul’s population rapidly increased, causing the city to expand into the nearby villages and forests, eventually creating a major world metropolis.

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Istanbul Today

Istanbul’s many historical areas were added to the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1985. In addition, because of its status as a world rising power, its history, and its importance to culture in both Europe and the world, Istanbul was designated the European Capital of Culture for 2010 by the European Union.

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Studio Apartment Plan

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