Fatih is located in the Turkish city of Istanbul, within the walls of Constantinople. Found in the heart of the ancient city, the area was named after the Ottoman Sultan Muhammed AlFatih, who conquered Constantinople in 1453 A.D. The region takes the geographical form of a peninsula on the European side of the city, as it is surrounded by water from three fronts (the Sea of Marmara and the Bosphorus), while the fourth front is surrounded by the walls of Istanbul.
The Al-Fatih region contains many rich areas, such as Aksaray, Laleli, Al-Watan Street area, Topkapi district, and Eminonu neighborhood, which are among the most famous neighborhoods in Al-Fatih region, home to the Egyptian bazaar.
The most famous sights in Al-Fatih are the Sultan Muhammad Al-Fatih Mosque, the honorable Abaya Mosque, Sultan Ahmed Mosque, the Hagia Sophia Museum, the Sulaymaniyah Mosque, Topkapi Palace, and the covered Beyazid market.
To this day, the region remains the beating heart of Istanbul, both commercially and touristically, as it is often the first stop for visitors. The region has the best transportation system in the city, connecting all parts of Istanbul with its several regions. Real estate investment in the Fatih region is considered unique, especially when investing in hotels or hotel apartments. As for housing, its modern projects are considered architectural masterpieces in which modernity and luxury mix with tradition and history.
“Fatih Sultan Mehmet Vakıf Üniversitesi Rektörlüğü”, “İstanbul Üniversitesi-Cerrahpaşa Cerrahpaşa Tıp Fakültesi”.
Turkish and international schools:
Al-Rafidian School, Al-Rowad Model School in Istanbul, Pro Istanbul Academy, Arab Music Institute.
“Doniakose Eye Hospital”, “Özel Fatih Hastanesi”, “Haseki Hastanesi”.
“Historia AVM”, “Mısır Çarşısı”, “Kapalı Çarşı”.
“Topkapı Sarayı Müzesi”, “Sultan Ahmet Camii”, “Ayasofya”, “Yenikapı liman”.
The project is mainly composed of historic buildings over 150 years old, which were maintenance facilities for vehicles coming to Constantinople from Paris dating back to the Ottoman era, now restored and rehabilitated. The project is surrounded by old city walls more than 1600 years old and is being constructed by one of the largest private companies in real estate in Turkey developed in partnership with public companies.
The project covers 41,000 m² of land, of which 30,000 m² are green areas. It is made up of ten residential blocks with a total 112 housing units in 1+1, 2+1, 3+1, 4+1, 5+1 and 6+1 patterns, three restaurants and cafeterias, and a building of 35 rooms for the guests.
The project will be a leading example worldwide in terms of restoration of historic buildings to their original state through the restructuring of the modern city’s old buildings. The development of the project has been sensitive to ensuring the preservation of its historic appearance and the overall classic atmosphere.
The project is located in the heart of the lively city of Istanbul, which is very well-connected both by ground and maritime transportation. It is next to the Marmaray metro station, 3 km away from the Yenikapı metro station and the Yenikapı ferry port, and 2 km away from the entrance to the Eurasia Tunnel, which connects Istanbul’s Asian and European districts.