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  • 24 Hour Security
  • Cafe
  • car washing
  • Fitness
  • library
  • Meeting rooms
  • Outdoor Swimming Pool


    Apartments for Sale in IZMIR

Property Type : Residence Apartment, Shop
Location : Konak / İzmir
Delivery Date : December 2021
Suitable For Citizenship
Available Units : 1+1, 2+1, 3+1, 3+1 Duplex, 4+1 Duplex

Poject Details

The project consists of 4 building blocks. The building blocks consist of 37, 36, 29 and 4 floors. There are social facilities, market area, 24-hour reception and security service, indoor parking lot and housing unit concepts ranging from 1+1 to 5+1

– 843 housing units
– 53 commercial area
– total of 896 independent sections,
– Parcel Area of 20.715,16m²


This project is located in Halkapınar Neighborhood in Konak District, where the connection between the Old City Center (Kemeraltı-Çankaya-Akdeniz) and the New City Center (Salhane-Çınarlı) will be made.

The region has an interactivity with Alsancak Port and the back area of the port and has characteristics of a transit region of great importance in the city center. The area used as a storage area for years, is currently exposed to transformation into a “Housing Unit – Shopping Mall – Office Premises” due to the pressure of development in the city.

It will be possible to have a sea view at 7th floor and higher floors of towers. A total of 492 housing units (58%) are anticipated to have sea views.

Furnishing and Installations

– Built-in white goods (refrigerator, dishwasher, hood, electric oven, electric hob)
– Underfloor heating system
– Air conditioning in every room and indoor kitchens with VRV system
– Smart home with automation system
– Laminated flooring in all rooms

Social Facilties

– Sea water pool (375m²)
– Beach sand area (180m²)
– Outdoor swimming pool (325m² – Depth 1.40cm)
– İndoor swimming pool (170m²)
– Children’s pool (30m² – Depth 30cm)
– Spa
– Fitness center
– Doctor’s room
– Outdoor, indoor playground
– Cafe
– Library
– Outdoor seating area
– Meeting room
– Music room
– Lounge playstation room
– Car washing
– Site management
– Mini movie theater
– İndoor parking lot (1.099 cars)
– Running track (260 meters – ground floor)
– 24/7 security and reception service

Payment Plan : 25% Downpayment + 18 Months İnstallment

Starting From (2021 s price )

1+1 : 929.000 ₺

2+1 : 1.708.000 ₺

3+1 : 2.320.000 ₺

  Apartments for Sale in IZMIR


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Alsancak quarter in the Konak district of İzmir
İzmir Clock Tower
Asansör in İzmir
Konak Pier in İzmir
Clockwise from top: Alsancak quarter in the Konak district, AsansörKültürpark, skyscrapers in BayraklıKonak Pier, and İzmir Clock Tower.

Pearl of the Aegean

İzmir is located in Turkey

Location in Turkey
Coordinates: 38.42°N 27.14°ECoordinates38.42°N 27.14°E
Country Turkey
Region Aegean
Province İzmir
Established c. 6500 BC (Yeşilova Mound in Bornova district)

c. 11th century BC (as ancient Smyrna)

Capital town Konak (de facto; Turkish metropolises have no official capital towns)

 • Mayor Tunç Soyer (CHP)

 • Metropolitan municipality 12,012 km2 (4,638 sq mi)
 • Urban

919 km2 (355 sq mi)
 • Metro

2,259 km2 (872 sq mi)

2 m (7 ft)

 (31/12/2019 estimation[1])[2][3][4]
 • Metropolitan municipality 4,367,251
 • Urban

 • Urban density 4,761/km2 (12,330/sq mi)
 • Metro

 • Metro density 1,400/km2 (3,700/sq mi)
Demonym(s) English: Izmirian
Time zone UTC+3 (TRT)
Postal code
Area code(s) (+90) 232
Licence plate 35

Izmir (UK/ˈɪzmɪər/ IZ-meerUS/ɪzˈmɪər/ iz-MEERTurkishİzmirTurkish pronunciation: [ˈizmiɾ], originally Σμύρνη in Greek) is a metropolitan city in the western extremity of Anatolia, capital of the province of the same name. It is the third most populous city in Turkey, after Istanbul and Ankara and the second largest urban agglomeration on the Aegean Sea after Athens.


As of the last estimation, on 31 December 2019, the city of İzmir had a population of 2,965,900, while İzmir Province had a total population of 4,367,251.[2][3] Its built-up (or metro) area was home to 3,209,179 inhabitants extending on 9 out of 11 urban districts (all but Urla and

Guzelbahce not yet agglomerated) plus Menemen and Menderes largely conurbated. It extends along the outlying waters of the Gulf of İzmir and inland to the north across the Gediz River Delta; to the east along an alluvial plain created by several small streams; and to slightly more rugged terrain in the south.[5]

İzmir has more than 3,000 years of recorded urban history, and up to 8,500 years of history as a human settlement since the Neolithic period. In classical antiquity the city was known as Smyrna (/ˈsmɜːrnə/ SMUR-nəGreekΣμύρνηromanizedSmýrni/Smýrnē) – a name which remained in use in English and various other languages until around 1930, when government efforts led the original Greek name to be gradually phased out internationally in favor of its Turkish counterpart İzmir.

  [6] Lying on an advantageous location at the head of a gulf running down in a deep indentation, midway along the western Anatolian coast, İzmir has been one of the principal mercantile cities of the Mediterranean Sea for much of its history. It hosted the Mediterranean Games in 1971 and the World University Games (Universiade) in 2005. The city participated in Climathon in 2019.[7]

Main features

NASA Earth Observatory photo of İzmir, taken from the International Space Station on 16 May 2011, highlighting the modern urban landscape of the city.

İzmir has over 3000 years of recorded urban history and up to 8500 years of history as a human settlement since the Neolithic period.[citation needed] Set in an advantageous location at the head of a gulf in a deep indentation midway along the western Anatolian coast, the city has been one of the principal mercantile ports of the Mediterranean Sea for much of its history.

Modern İzmir also incorporates the nearby ancient cities of EphesusPergamonSardis and Klazomenai, and centers of international tourism such as KuşadasıÇeşmeMordoğan and Foça. When the Ottomans took over İzmir in the 15th century, they did not inherit compelling historical memories, unlike the other key points of the Ottoman trade network, namely Constantinople (Istanbul), DamascusBaghdad and Cairo.[citation needed]

The emergence of İzmir as a major international port by the 17th century was largely a result of the attraction it exercised over foreigners and the city’s European orientation.[8] Politically, İzmir is considered a stronghold of Kemalism and the Republican People’s Party (CHP).

Izmir’s port is Turkey’s primary port for exports in terms of the freight handled and its free zone, a Turkish-U.S. joint-venture established in 1990, is the leader among the twenty in Turkey. The workforce, and particularly its rising class of young professionals, is concentrated either in the city or in its immediate vicinity (such as in Manisa and Turgutlu), and as either larger companies or SMEs, affirm their names with an increasingly wider global scale and intensity.[9]

İzmir hosted the Mediterranean Games in 1971 and the World University Games (Universiade) in 2005. In March 2008, İzmir submitted its bid to the BIE for hosting the Universal Expo 2015, but it was won by MilanItaly.


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