Beylikdüzü is a district located on the European side of Istanbul that has seen over the past couple of years a huge interest by foreign Real Estate investors. Beylikdüzü has a modern and well-built infrastructure, and construction is new in the area. Most major construction developers noticed the demand for housing projects in Beylikdüzü and already have built or are building compound in the area. In the following article, we will discuss a bit of Beylikdüzü history and why it has become one of the major districts in Istanbul in such a short time.
Beylikdüzü became especially popular after the 1999 Izmit earthquake, many people decided to leave older districts and move to the newly built Beylikdüzü in fear of their old houses from collapsing. At that time Beylikdüzü was still a new district and most of the buildings were new. Beylikdüzü saw its second wave of migrants in 2012 when the Metro-Bus line was extended from Avcilar to Beylikdüzü. Beylikdüzü population grew from 3000 in the early 90s to 350,000 people in the year 2018 many of which are migrants from other districts.
The popularity of Beylikdüzü has increased greatly in the last few years and the region became a hot spot for residential and commercial investments, Beylikdüzü has the highest rapid increase in the land and property value in Turkey, making its investors richer in a very short time, this came to the attention of many foreign investors in the Real Estate market, making it one of the hot spots for foreign investors.
Migrants and foreigners who have relocated to Beylikdüzü enjoy the district’s modern and well-established infrastructure. Beylikdüzü has a lot of well-built and modern compounds offering its inhabitants a more refined lifestyle, the compounds have private pools, ball courts, children’s playgrounds, social areas, and gyms.
Beylikdüzü is filled with many top-notch international schools, making it another point of interest to foreigners wanting to relocate to a better life.
Beylikduzu is one of the most cosmopolitan districts of Istanbul, thus hosting a mosaic of different cultures of Turkey together with people from other countries. Beylikduzu matches the European cities in terms of greenery and natural sights, with a high green space per person. The green space is over 10M² per person in the district, giving its inhabitants plenty of fresh air to breathe.
Beylikduzu has 10 neighborhoods listed as follows:
- Adnan Kahveci
Beylikduzu is approximately 150 meters above the sea level, it is low in humidity and it is windier than the other central districts of Istanbul. Also, Beylikdüzü is known for its clean and dry air. Winters tend to be stronger in Beylikduzu compared to downtown areas.
Public transportation is widely available in Beylikdüzü, especially after the extension of the metro-bus line. Metro-Buses operate 24 hours which makes it easy to head to any location you want at any time. Beylikduzu is approximately 60 minutes away from downtown Istanbul by Metro-Bus. Beylikduzu is 13 km away from the Ataturk International Airport