Maslak Valley is a residential project located at the luxuriously famous business district, Maslak. The project surrounds itself with the Belgrade Forest on the European side of Istanbul, while being a short ride away from the heart of the city. Maslak Valley consists of three areas; Terrace, Bulvar, and Park, built on a 423.000 m2 land. The project includes 1.915 flats that start from $313.400 USD, a shopping mall with 103.000 sqm, a 760 meters long avenue full of street shops, fully equipped office space of 300 thousand sqm, home offices of 20 thousand m2, and a 5-star hotel. The total constructional area of Maslak Valley is 1.350.000 m2.
In Maslak Valley, your convenience is held above all else. There are Sauna and Turkish Baths (Hamam) to relax after a stressful day. Fitness Center is ready to help you even more sweat if your Hamam visit was not enough. Through its terrace buildings, you will enjoy the Istanbul skyline from above, or watch the sunset over the Belgrade forest in the project's private park. The new Istanbul Airport is only a 25-minute drive away by car, while you can also take the public transit through nearby stations. Maslak Valley was designed to offer you the privilege you desire. While the project has a secure parking garage, those who wish to commute, can take busses or the subway located by Maslak Valley. The 24/7 security will offer you a life of luxury in the heart of the city.
Why should you choose Maslak district?
The project is built on a highly developed district, popular due to the Bahcesehir University and its high-tech architecture. Many of the more modern and newer businesses, especially banks, have been choosing Maslak as their operating zone. The E5 Highway that connects two continents passes through here, with quick access to the three bridges, high-quality hospitals, and art venues. Due to the closeness to the Asian continent, Europe on the west, and Black Sea countries on the north, was chosen to be an economical center. The public transit system has been improved and designed to accommodate the district’s needs. You can travel to all sides of Istanbul through the subway station on the main road of Maslak, or you can take it to one station over and watch a soccer game at the nearby stadium.
Parkorman (Park Forest) and Belgrad Forest; While Parkorman is a natural park, Belgrad has deep international and historical roots reaching to the Ottoman Era. The former receives its name from the Belgradian (Serbian) citizens who lived in a nearby village during the Ottoman reign. Nowadays, both are a small paradise in the middle of a chaotic city life.