fter the opening of the "Istanbul Financial Center", it is expected that real estate in the area surrounding this center will witness a great momentum for investment, as the center is a magnet for companies and investors who wish to take advantage of the investment opportunities available in the region.
Thus, this momentum in real estate investment could lead to an increase in the value of real estate in the area, making it an ideal opportunity for investors seeking to benefit from the expected economic growth in the city. In addition, real estate investment in the region can lead to new job opportunities and improved infrastructure in the region.
The giant "Istanbul Financial Center" was opened on April 18, 2023, and it is a strategic project with a total cost of $2.6 billion. This center is located in the "Ataşehir" region on the European side of Istanbul, and the project consists of several tall buildings and various facilities such as offices, commercial centers, hotels, and research centers.
This center is designed in line with the latest technology and the highest international standards in the design of smart and sustainable buildings. This center is characterized as one of the largest financial centers in the world, with a total area of 1.3 million square meters. The project includes the following:
1- Offices: The “Istanbul Financial Center” includes more than 500,000 square meters of office space, which provides a place for financial, technology, commercial and industrial companies to set up their offices in the center. These spaces are characterized by flexibility, advanced technology, safety and luxury.
2- Commercial centers: The "Istanbul Financial Center" contains more than 100,000 square meters of commercial centers, which include many stores, restaurants, cafes and entertainment centers.
3- Hotels: This project contains luxury hotels with an area of 34,000 square meters, which are characterized by elegance, luxury and advanced technology.
4- Research centers: The Istanbul Financial Center includes advanced research centers