Skyland Istanbul project – property for sale in Istanbul

  • start from 7,855,000₺
european istanbul, Turkey


  • Apartment, Offices, Shops
  • Property type
  • Ready
  • delivery date
  • Installment - cash
  • payment method
  • - AD 25590 - AD
  • Property Code


The Skyland project is located in Sariyer, the most beautiful area in the European side of Istanbul.

The project area is characterized by its exceptional location on the Bosphorus Strait on the one hand, and the Belgrade forests on the other, which makes it a destination for tourists and investors, both from inside and outside Turkey.

This project is one of the best investment opportunities in Istanbul, thanks to its strategic location on a highway linking the European and Asian sides of Istanbul, facilitating access to the city center.

The project extends over a land area of: 46,000 square meters. The project consists of 3 towers.

The first tower: a residential tower with a height of 278 m, containing 830 residence apartments, of various sizes.

The second tower: an office tower with a height of 278 m, and it contains 530 offices. The third tower: at a height of 200 meters, and contains 300 five-star rooms.

There is a special entrance to the project to access the metro line from the heart of the project.


Updated on July 11, 2023 at 2:55 pm
  • Property Code: - AD 25590 - AD
  • price: start from 7,855,000₺
  • payment method: Installment - cash
  • delivery date: Ready
  • Property type: Apartment, Offices, Shops
  • Property Status: For Sale

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