Esenyurt is getting more popular by property builders. Buyers can profit from current low prices. As land prices tend to increase rapidly.
Esenyurt has been built on land that once belonged to the farm residence of the military commander Omar Pasha. The area stayed as a village with weak transportation links and infrastructure until the '90s. Mid-'90s Esenyurt became an example of planned urbanization projects. Its population increased from 923 back in 1970 to 148,980 in 2000 and 795,000 in 2016. This demand also made many facilities to become available to its residents.
Esenyurt is becoming a modern district with wide streets, green parks, new earthquake-proof buildings, private and government schools, private hospitals, health centers, many local shops and restaurants, and big shopping centers with cinemas, bowling, and game centers. Esenyurt is very well connected with the other areas in Istanbul, like Beylikduzu, Buyukcekmece, Avcilar, or Beyoglu.