Taksim is not a location nor a district, it’s an experience, possibly one of the most exciting places in the world that anybody could experience, let alone live in.
Situated in the heart of Istanbul between the Bosphorus and Taksim, the historical Tomtom neighborhood is a very significant place in Beyoglu, which could be considered the “French Quarters” of yesteryears. Deeply reflecting the history of Pera, with such landmarks as the Palais de France (Palace of France), which was the former French Embassy, the area was also known for French nuns, rich Levantine families, and a French orphanage, which remains to this day.
The development consists of a 5,000 m2 street facade with 20-25 retail units on the ground floor and two floors of office and event use. The housing complex includes a 1,000 m2 event area, including 120 m2 of historical courtyards within three floors. There are concept stores with various brands to choose from in the home, art, accessories, fashion & technology categories.
A choice of food & beverage, retail units, and co-working creative office & studio options are offered on the upper floors. The complex is also surrounded by world-class amenities, including design shops, art galleries, restaurants and cafes, Istanbul Modern Museum, and 50 other historical landmarks.
The development offers well-lit 1+1 and 2+1 flats with a terrace and Bosphorus views ranging from 52-113 m2, with spacious, full marble bathrooms and vaulted ceilings.
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