Istanbul is among the fastest-growing cities in the world. The thriving metropolis has one of the biggest real estate markets in the region, and property prices have been rapidly increasing, year-on-year.
Istanbul consists of 39 districts, so there are many factors that should be considered when choosing a location, including transport, seismic risks, and the quality of infrastructure. The most promising investment districts in Istanbul check all of those boxes.
On the European side of Istanbul, Beşiktaş is one of the greenest and most modern districts in Istanbul. It is home to historical palaces and fancy hotels and is considered a cultural hub. The district has an efficient transportation system, with easy access to every part of Istanbul. Beşiktaş is on the coast and its waterfront neighborhoods are some of its liveliest, including Bebek, Ortakoy, and Etiler. Levent is business central, and is known for its office buildings and skyscrapers.
Beyoğlu is located on the north bank of the Golden Horn and it is close to the most famous landmarks on the European side of the city. This district is always bustling, as it is home to historical and well-known cafes, restaurants, and hotels. Some of the most touristic neighborhoods in Istanbul are located in Beyoğlu, such as Galata, Taksim, and Cihangir.
This district is at the center of tourism and investment in Istanbul. Sariyer is one of the charming areas of the city that overlook the Bosphorus, and it is known for being home to many famous politicians and artists.
This district includes some of the oldest parts of Istanbul, and is home to the Sultanahmet historical area. The most famous landmark sites of Sultanahmet include the Blue Mosque, Topkapı Palace, and Hagia Sophia.
Located on the Asian Side of Istanbul, its proximity to the European side and its transportation system make the district a good option for property investment.
Kartal is a popular district, with a waterfront that faces Istanbul’s islands. The district has an excellent transportation system, with easy access to all parts of the city, including Sabiha Gökçen airport. Kartal has witnessed more development in recent years.
Beylikdüzü is an important area for investors. With the upcoming completed Bakırköy–Büyükçekmece metro line, which runs through Beylikdüzü, transportation to the rest of the city has become simpler, and that has caused house prices to start increasing. A beachside atmosphere also makes Beylikdüzü a favorite vacation spot.
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