Luxury Trump Tower in Istanbul Şişli
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Luxury Tower in Istanbul Şişli. This Tower Located in Istanbul, Sisli is a landmark in the historic city of Istanbul. With two towers rising in Mecidiyekoy, one of the city’s most vibrant areas, the property captures the utmost in luxury.
The residential tower, just under 40 stories, consists of over 200 residences, and will feature the expansive layouts, meticulous eye for design and lavish finishes synonymous with the Trump name. Forest, city and Bosporus views will be extraordinary through the vista of floor-to-ceiling windows.
In addition, residents will enjoy a full service spa and fitness center, an indoor pool, a 24-hour doorman, a business center, and a vast range of additional amenities.
The office tower, also 40 stories, will offer commercial luxury at its finest, with a private entrance, a beauty center, fitness area and pool for those working in the building. A luxury retail component of over 400,000-square-feet rests at the base of both towers, offering residents and visitors the best in retail and dining with personalized service incomparable to anything in Istanbul.
|Trump Towers Istanbul|
|Location||Mecidiyeköy, Şişli, Istanbul, Turkey|
|Roof||155 m (509 ft) and 145 m (476 ft)|
|Floor count||39 and 37|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Brigitte Weber Architectural Office|
Trump Towers Istanbul are two conjoined towers in Şişli, Istanbul, Turkey. One of the towers is an office tower, and the other a residential tower, consisting of over 200 residences. The complex also holds a shopping mall with some 80 shops and a multiplex cinema. They are the first Trump Towers built on the European continent. The property developer is Turkish billionaire Aydın Doğan, in a license-partnership with American businessman Donald Trump. His daughter Ivanka Trump attended the April 2012 launch with Erdoğan. Many businesses based in Europe and the Middle East occupy the complex.
The original licensee holder was Miami developer Adi Chabli. Chabli originally brought Trump to Turkey and held the license prior to negotiating and subsequently transferring the rights to Istanbul to Dogan Group.
The residential tower includes the only collective wine cellar in Turkey, the cellar being built by Focus Wine Cellars.
Trump name controversy
The Turkish owner of Trump Towers Istanbul, who pays Trump for the use of his name, was reported in December 2015 to be exploring legal means to dissociate the property after the candidate’s call to “temporarily ban Muslims from specific countries from entering the U.S.”
In December 2015, Trump stated in a radio interview that he had a “conflict of interest” in dealing with Turkey because of his property, saying “I have a little conflict of interest, because I have a major, major building in Istanbul … It’s called Trump Towers. Two towers, instead of one. Not the usual one, it’s two. And I’ve gotten to know Turkey very well.”
In August 2018, Aytun Ciray, general secretary of the Iyi Party, a major opposition party in Turkey, called on the government of President Erdoğan to “seize the Trump Towers” in protest the Trump Administration’s declaration of sanctions on Turkey’s ministers of justice and the interior.
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- Published: May 4, 2021
- Last Update: August 20, 2022
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