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Mixed use project in Istanbul : Piyalepaşa Istanbul

07-10-2015 16:09

Mixed use project in Istanbul : Piyalepaşa Istanbul

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Developed by Piyalepaşa Gayrimenkul Geliştirme (Real Estate Development) that Piyalepaşa ıstanbul project is located in Piyalepaşa district of Beyoğlu, Istanbul.Piyalepaşa project is composed of residence,offices,hotel and shopping streets.

 

Developed by Piyalepaşa Gayrimenkul Geliştirme thatPiyalepaşa Istanbul project is located in Piyalepaşa district of Beyoğlu,Istanbul.

 

Piyalepaşa project is composed of residence,offices,hotel and shopping streets on 82,000 square meters of land.The most important feature of the project is that designed as horizontal and low building concept in place of high buildings.

 

Residence blockas are changing between 6 and 10 storey, office blockas are changing between 

5 and 12 storey.The hotel is designed as 18 storey.

 

There are 950 apartments with different sizes and types, from 55 m² to 207 m², studios and 4+1 in Piyalepaşa project.

 

Office areas in Piyalepaşa Istanbul will form a new ring of offices realized under the trademark Polat and offering this quality. The quality expected from an A+ one Office, from 100 m² to 1,200 m² will be offered under the trademark Polat.

 

Prices are changing between TL665.000 and TL1.856.000 in apartments.Offices renting prices  start at US$25 per/sqm.Piyalepaşa Istanbul project will be completed in 2018.


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