Bahçeşehir or (Garden City),Also known as the stunning city, is located at the strategic point northwest of Lake Küçükçekmece , and was first opened for housing by the Collective Housing Department of the Turkish Prime Minister’s Office through the construction of a series of leading real estate projects.
Where is Bahçeşehir?
Bahçeşehir is located in the heart of Istanbul on the European side of the city and within the borders of the municipality of Başakşehir. The site of Bahja Shahir and Sparta Kula is close to the city’s mega projects such as the Third Istanbul Bridge, The northern Marmara Highway, which connects these two mega-projects, also affects real estate prices in the region, which has a unique investment future.
The real estate value of Bahçeşehir
Bahçeşehir has many luxury residential complexes with the highest amenities, social and health facilities and many shops such as shops, offices and commercial complexes.
Bahçeşehir , which is associated with the Başakşehir suburb, has attracted considerable interest from investors in the real estate sector, which in recent years has become an important center for attracting real estate investors. The region is witnessing a rise in real estate prices, especially in areas close to the lake. With a high proportion of up to about 50 percent, after completion of the metro line project, which will link the region with the central areas of the city.
The real estate value of the region has increased in recent years, thanks to the leading real estate projects that have been established. In addition to these high quality real estate projects, the presence of large green spaces, with the calmness of the region, made it one of the most preferred areas of investors, , And investors began to come to it with a noticeable increase, as reflected in the real estate prices, which witnessed a significant rise, where the price per square meter to 5000 Turkish pounds, after it was about 1000 to 1500 Turkish lira.
Transportation in Bahçeşehir
Bahçeşehir in Istanbul is easily accessible from all parts of the city via its modern road network, as well as the railway connecting the European side of Istanbul with the city of Adrana.
The government is working to solve the problem of transportation, especially the lack of public transport linking the region with other vital centers in the city. This problem arose after the expansion of the region as a result of the influx of investors and residents.
As part of the government’s efforts to solve the problem of transport, the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization approved the construction of the new metro line linking the Esenyurt region with the Bahçeşehir, the Ispartaküle, the Mahmutbey district, the Mecidiyeköy region ). The length of the section connecting Mahmud Bey, Bahshah Shahir, Aspartah Kulah, and Asniurt within this line is approximately 16.4 km, which extends over 9 stations. Thus, the length of the passage between the districts of Bahja Shahir and Mahmud Bey will be reduced to 18 minutes.This line will also be linked to Marmaray project line connecting Istanbul and the European and Asian sides through a tunnel running from under the sea.
With the approval of the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization on the construction of the new metro line, the influx of investors to the region has become a famous boom in Istanbul, which contributed to the revitalization of the real estate market, is expected to contribute to the metro line project to raise the value of real estate investments in the region, which will see in the near future increase by 20 percent, and continues to rise gradually to peak after the completion of the construction of the new metro line.
Infrastructure in the region of Bahçeşehir
Bahçeşehir is planned for an area of 4 million and 703 thousand square meters, to accommodate the construction of 15 thousand and 400 apartments, and the region has a diverse vegetation cover of different trees, with an estimated per capita area in the region about 12 square meters of green space.
The region has a modern facility for water refining and purification, which is used to irrigate the green areas, where large amounts of fresh water are provided in this way, thus achieving the sustainability of water resources through refining them.
Turkey’s largest artificial lake is located in Bahçeşehir,It is a Bahçeşehir Göleti lake and covers an area of 300 thousand square meters. The lake is surrounded by a wide range of restaurants, cafes, clubs and other social facilities.
Cultural and social advantages in a popular delight
The Bahçeşehir Istanbul area has a wide network of social facilities, with a large number of secondary, preparatory and primary schools, health centers, security centers, theaters, post offices, cultural centers and shopping centers.
Bahçeşehir is characterized by a modern architectural style. In 1996, the region received the Award for Urban Projects and Outstanding Institutional Applications from the United Nations Habitat Program during the second biennial program conference, which deals with urban areas and the provision of human housing for all the inhabitants of the Earth.
Quality of Municipal Services in Bahçeşehir Region
Bahçeşehir was an independent municipality for a period. The decision was later taken to unify it with the famous municipality of Başakşehir. The municipality was established in 1999 and won a number of awards from the Turkish Ministry of Environment and the European Union.
The area contains many health facilities and modern commercial markets, which have obtained the ISO 9001 Quality Control Certificate based on the level of advanced and professional services in its implementation and delivery.
The nature of Bahçeşehir
The nature of the land in Bahçeşehir is characterized by the spread of small hills, hills and valleys, which gives it a natural beauty of choice, adjacent to the beauty of luxury shopping centers including the most luxurious international and local brands, and popular markets, as well as cafes, restaurants and cinemas.
Source: Municipality of Başakşehir / Fanar