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Mebuskent Project | The Little Copenhagen

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Mebuskent Project in Ankara
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Mebuskent Project by Aymor Group
Mebuskent Project by Aymor Group

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Mebuskent real estate project, one of the most prestigious housing projects of the Capital is being developed by the Aymor Group. The project is already being referred to as “Little Copenhagen”, with its design prioritizing the use of bicycles and its giant track.

“Little Copenhagen” in Ankara

The construction of Mebuskent property project began on a 388 decare area of land in the Batıkent Çakırlar region in 2013. The real estate project, where life will begin in June 2016, will house a population of 4-5 thousand people. At 3 kilometers in length, the project is currently the residential project in Turkey with the largest bicycle track.

The complete traffic infrastructure, environmental planning and all of the fixtures in the residential area at Mebuskent have been prepared with a focus on, and in a manner which will encourage the use of bicycles, with the concept of “A large city within a city”.

“Life with bicycles” at Mebuskent next year

Mebuskent Property Project
Mebuskent Property Project

Completions will occur in June 2016 at Mebuskent, comprised of 10 blocks and 332 villas. The real estate project will be a pioneer in the area of bicycle use, with its infrastructure focused on this area. Another feature of Mebuskent, possessing 2, 3 and 4 bedroom apartments is that it is the housing project with the largest green areas in Turkey. The total of the green areas are close to 87 percent, whereas  the amount set aside for the concrete areas is only 13 percent. A 13.650 square meter golf course, 5.000 square meter shopping center, 2.000 square meter sports complexes, walking tracks, 11 playgrounds for children, a park for household animals and a crèche and school will also be included, alongside the bicycle tracks within this green area having the qualities of a natural botanic park. The residents of Mebuskent will also have 24/7 continuous security.

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