The Kagithane district is considered one of the most elegant and lively areas of Istanbul. The Municipality of Kagithane focused on developing the region and increasing the value of real estate day after day by establishing big projects that drew the interest of large investors.
Kagithane is named after the old paper mills located in the European Side of Istanbul. Today, it is home to many business centers, shopping malls, and hospitals. With its central location and many urbanization projects, it is an increasingly valuable district.
Kagithane, which has an office, residence, and shopping mall project in almost every neighborhood, is in a very strategic position in terms of transportation. It is very close to essential networks of Istanbul, such as the metro network, tunnels, 3rd bridge, 3rd Airport, and the Grand Istanbul Tunnel.
Taking advantage of its proximity to the favorite and prestigious districts of the European Side, the 17th highest building in Europe with 261 antenna height is also located in Kagithane. Sapphire Istanbul has a total of 66 floors, of which ten are below the ground. Sapphire Istanbul functions partly as a shopping mall and partly residential.