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Vadistanbul: A New Symbolic Project in Istanbul

A New Symbolic Project in Istanbul: VADİSTANBUL
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Artaş Grup, Aydınlı Grup and Keleşoğlu İnşaat, which are among the leading brands in the Turkish construction sector, have joined forces to undersign one of the biggest construction projects of Turkey, Vadistanbul.


Vadistanbul, which will be constructed in Ayazağa, Maslak, was launched during a press conference that was held on 6, December, Thursday.

Vadistanbul is being built in a unique area surrounded by the Belgrade forest, the largest forestry area of Istanbul. Vadistanbul project will consist of terrace houses, residences, office spaces, shopping streets, cafes, hotels and shopping malls as well as entertainment areas.

Vadistanbul has been co-designed by İki Design, the award-winning architecture office of Turkey, and SOM Architecture, which undersigned world-famous projects in the USA.

Vadistanbul is Developed on a Land of 424.000 sq m

At Vadistanbul, the natural rivulet that passes through the project will have on each side 3 thousand apartments, 55 thousand sq m shopping mall and 700-meter-long street dotted with 28 thousand sq m street shops, restaurants, 240 thousand sq m office space and 5 and 4 star hotels with a total area of 48 thousand sq m.

Combining Forest and City in the North of Istanbul

The first lap of Vadistanbul consisting of 1111 flats in 8 blocks is scheduled for completion in the year 2014. The second lap located in the north of the valley which transformed the project to a unique concept with its functions is planned for handover in May, 2015. After the completion of handovers, 35 thousand persons on average will inhabit the project.

The First Dedicated Subway in Turkey

A subway that will be constructed as dedicated to Vadistanbul shall connect the project to the subway network of the city. This will ensure that the project will have direct connection to central districts such as Taksim, Nişantaşı and Mecidiyeköy.

Go to Vadistanbul project website: www.vadistanbul.com

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