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Old July 26th, 2009, 12:30 PM   #501
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Old July 26th, 2009, 07:10 PM   #502
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Old August 1st, 2009, 01:05 AM   #503
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Awesome, especially the Trump Towers are nice. Btw, is there in update in the Dubai Towers case?
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Old August 1st, 2009, 06:22 PM   #504
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Sapphire Tower: 261m / 54 fl - U/C ‎







Anthill Residence: 2 x 210 m / 2 x 54 fl - U/C

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Astay Shopping Mall & Hotel: 46 fl / 28 fl - Pro

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Makyol Hotel Project - 30 fl - U/C

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Erko AVM Residence Hotel - Pro

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Wave Tower: 26 fl - Pro

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Sunny Park - Pro

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Doubletree by Hilton: 20 fl - Pro

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Terrace Fulya: 18 fl - Completed

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Park Hotel: 16 fl - Pro

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J. W. Marriott Hotel The Edition - U/R

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Istanbul to have its first seven-star hotel

ISTANBUL - The first of the "Edition" series of hotels is going to be opened in Istanbul by the contract signed between Palmali Holding and Marriott Hotels. ’The Edition Hotel Istanbul' will offer seven-star comfort to its guests and will cost 100 million euros.

Palmali Holding, among the top five ship owner companies in the world, is going to build the 80 room hotel at the site of the former HSBC building on Büyükdere Street which they have bought from the Savings Deposit Insurance Fund, or TMSF. Palmali have acquired the building at the bidding opened at the end of 2007 for 93 million Turkish Liras and planning to open the hotel on Dec 15, 2009 after the renovation of both the interior and the exterior.

Mübariz Mansimov, president of Palmali Holding, said they are very happy to be opening a seven-star hotel in Istanbul. "We will open a seven-star hotel to offer the best service possible to Istanbul, the European Culture Capital of 2010. The Edition Hotel will have 80 rooms, all suites. There will be the finest restaurant brands of the world and a SPA service."

The design of the Edition Hotels belongs to Ian Schrager, one of the creators of Studio 54, New York’s legendary nightclub. Schrager introduced the concept of boutique hotel to the sector 23 years ago. His designs for hotels such as Hudson and Gremercy Park have attracted much attention. Schrager and Marriott International have designed the Edition series together. The Edition series aims to combine high quality with modern design, originality and authentic factors.

Dan Flannery, General Manager of Operations for the edition Hotel Istanbul, said: "We are excited to be in cooperation with Palmali to begin our new Edition to Istanbul. Choosy guests expect a unique atmosphere and experience from a hotel. The potential of Istanbul is important because of that."

Mansimov said they are going to invest $400 million for other hotels in Bodrum and Baku. "We are going to open the hotel, ’Pal Beach’ at Yalıkavak, Bodrum this summer season. Next year, this hotel will also be added to the Edition series. Besides, we are working on opening an Edition at Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan."

Seven-star hotels around the world

There are only three seven-star hotels around the world. Dubai’s Burj Al Arab, the Grace International in Bangkok, Thailand and Town House Galleria in Milan are the only existing "seven star" hotels. A few more are currently under construction in Fiji, China, Iran, Pakistan, India and the Philippines.

http://www.hurriyet.com.tr/english/d...9020.asp?scr=1
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Tekfen-Oz Office Building: 8 fl - App

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Bosphorus City - U/C

http://www.bosphoruscity.com.tr/





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Old August 2nd, 2009, 09:02 PM   #505
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Great projects.
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Old August 2nd, 2009, 10:06 PM   #506
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Superb project, thanks for the update
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Old August 3rd, 2009, 05:36 AM   #507
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I like this last project. A great idea!
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Old August 3rd, 2009, 02:26 PM   #508
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Old August 3rd, 2009, 03:15 PM   #509
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Great pictures. Istanbul is amazing!
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Old August 11th, 2009, 12:51 AM   #510
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Some Nice Projects!!!

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Old August 12th, 2009, 01:10 AM   #511
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Earthquakes

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Kiler bought the Tatlici area for 52 mil §-US last year

according to the latest (unoff/insider) news the building will be higher than IsBank tower


Hello, are all these towers built in order to resist earthquakes?
It is known that Turkey and its neighbours are in a sismic zone and that building regulations are not well observed - it seems that in Istanbul there is a lot of illegal building and corruption and legalising illegal construction in election times.
Will this skyline be part of history after the next Big One?

Another question: Who is going to live in and/or use all these enormous structures? Does Turkey have big corporations like China, Japan, Russia, France, Spain, Germany etc.? Normally Turkey is associated with poverty, emigration to flee it (and the emigrants are usually poor peasants who often have problems in adjusting to French, Dutch, German and other modern societies), political troubles and also old history and nowadays tourism.
Here Turkish multinationals etc. are not well known (do they exist?)

But certainly the pictures are nice, cheers for the photographers!
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Old August 12th, 2009, 01:29 AM   #512
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Narcity - is that social housing?

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Sapphire Tower: 261m / 54 fl - U/C ‎



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Selenium Twins: 2 x 165m / 34fl - U/C

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Flora Residence: 120 m / 34 fl - U/C

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Dumankaya Vizyon - 33 fl / 105m, 22fl, 18fl - U/C

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BuYaka: 4 x 105m - U/C







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Kapital Real Estate Office Tower - 17fl - u/c




Ak-Asya Tower & Mall: 41 fl - Pro








Underwater Hotel - Pro










Narcity - Completed

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These images of Narcity, is that a social housing project?
How are ordinary Turkish city-dwellers housed, the neighborhoods showed here seem to be upper-class? For low-paid workers is there social housing or do they have to live in slums and shantytowns like in Brasil?
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Hello, are all these towers built in order to resist earthquakes?
It is known that Turkey and its neighbours are in a sismic zone and that building regulations are not well observed - it seems that in Istanbul there is a lot of illegal building and corruption and legalising illegal construction in election times.
Will this skyline be part of history after the next Big One?

Another question: Who is going to live in and/or use all these enormous structures? Does Turkey have big corporations like China, Japan, Russia, France, Spain, Germany etc.? Normally Turkey is associated with poverty, emigration to flee it (and the emigrants are usually poor peasants who often have problems in adjusting to French, Dutch, German and other modern societies), political troubles and also old history and nowadays tourism.
Here Turkish multinationals etc. are not well known (do they exist?)

But certainly the pictures are nice, cheers for the photographers!
All new houses can resist the earthquake.
They learned a lot after 1999.

Actually just poor and old houses have been unsafe.
Those towers cost mil. of euros and are beeing built by big companies.
corporation? Maybe Turkey has got the biggest ones in Europe

Turks outside Turkey have been the poor ones.
Why shoudl the rich or middle class leave the country?
As you can see city is full of new luxury residential projects.
Like in Dubai many have been sold out before even construction starts.
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RMJM designs first ‘green’ development in Turkey’s financial district
RMJM has today unveiled details of the US $1 billion development it is designing in Istanbul’s new residential and business district, which will be one of the ‘greenest’ projects in Turkey.

The luxury 372,000 sq m development – being designed by RMJM’s New York and Istanbul studios - will be located in the Atasehir district of Istanbul which the Turkish government intends to transform into the country’s new financial district and business centre.

Set on a highly visible site (totalling 107,000 sq m) that features panoramic views stretching from the Bosphorus Strait in the west to the Princes’ Islands and the Sea of Marmara to the south, the development has been commissioned by Turkish real estate development company VARYAP, part of Varlibas Group International. It includes a 60-storey tower, 1,500 residential units, a five-star hotel, offices and conference facilities with landscaped public areas and parking facilities. The project, which is expected to serve 20,000 people, is scheduled to be completed in 2011.

The RMJM design team intends to create an iconic complex that is designed to achieve the ‘LEED’ sustainability accreditation from the U.S. Green Building Council and, as such, would be the first mixed use development of its kind in Turkey. To achieve this the designers analysed the local site conditions and embraced the topography, climate and surrounding context to maximise the site’s natural potential and inform building orientation and landscaping. This also ensured panoramic views beyond the site, while minimising solar heat gain to the building facades.

Active ‘green’ design features include rainwater collection sites and facilities to optimise water usage and reduce energy consumption, wind turbine technology, cooling water pools that enhance the external landscape and a co-generation plant that will produce electricity for the development. The unique context and culture of Istanbul is incorporated into the design including a spectral tiled facade, ranging from terracotta to blue to white.

“We’re thrilled to have this opportunity to create a landmark community in Istanbul’s up-and-coming financial district,” said Chris Jones, RMJM Design Principal who leads RMJM’s new Istanbul office. “RMJM’s design not only addresses Istanbul’s culture, climate, architectural heritage and cosmopolitan attitude but also sets a new standard for sustainable design for Turkey. Sustainable design is no longer a trend but a necessity and our client VARYAP embraced the idea from the start.”
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Istanbul, very surprising!!

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All new houses can resist the earthquake.
They learned a lot after 1999.

Actually just poor and old houses have been unsafe.
Those towers cost mil. of euros and are beeing built by big companies.
corporation? Maybe Turkey has got the biggest ones in Europe

Turks outside Turkey have been the poor ones.
Why shoudl the rich or middle class leave the country?
As you can see city is full of new luxury residential projects.
Like in Dubai many have been sold out before even construction starts.


Dear Sercan, thanks for the answer!

My image of Istanbul was determined by an art book I found 35 years ago in my parents' home, I thought Istanbul was a low-rise city with old houses and the highest structures were minarets. The photo is a reproduction of the cover of that book.
In fact, do the old parts of town still exist or have they been razed in order to build highways and skyscrapers? Or have Istanbul city fathers opted for the Paris or Amsterdam model, in which the old part is preserved and new highrise developments permitted in the periphery along a ring road and railway?
How about housing for the working class and poor, are there viable social housing projects or do these who build these modern structures live in unhygienic shantytowns?
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Dear Sercan, thanks for the answer!

My image of Istanbul was determined by an art book I found 35 years ago in my parents' home, I thought Istanbul was a low-rise city with old houses and the highest structures were minarets. The photo is a reproduction of the cover of that book.
In fact, do the old parts of town still exist or have they been razed in order to build highways and skyscrapers? Or have Istanbul city fathers opted for the Paris or Amsterdam model, in which the old part is preserved and new highrise developments permitted in the periphery along a ring road and railway?
How about housing for the working class and poor, are there viable social housing projects or do these who build these modern structures live in unhygienic shantytowns?


Another pic (reproduction from my parents' book): the Theodosius wall, it looks as if the scenery will be very different today! Are there still sheep in the city?
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Pei Cobbs Soyak Plaza

Preparation work is underway for a new project to be located in the Turkish city of Istanbul. The project is being built to be the new headquarters for the Soyak Corporation and will be named the Soyak Plaza with its main centre-piece, a 160 metre tower.



The tower is the work of New York based architects Pei Cobb Freed and Partners. When viewed from the front rises from a square shaped base with an off set podium section, and as it rises it tapers inwards into an almost pyramid like shape before tapering backwards to its peak with asymmetric, sheer facades.

The facades will be fully glazed in two toned glazing which runs in horizontal bands around the tower. The eight storey podium section is partially sunk underground with the above surface portion glazed the same as the tower, this will feature open courtyards. In contrast the top of the tower will feature a 28 metre tall enclosed roof garden which will offer a relaxing place to hang out and give great views of the city below.

With recent seismic events in mind the company insisted the tower be capable of being operational after a major event, the design team employed a technique known as Performance Based Design to enable the tower to withstand a major quake, take an amount of damage in limited, defined zones but still allow for continued occupancy after the event with minimal fuss.

This technique is commonly used on regular buildings but applying the principles to a building with the geometric complexities involved in this tower is somewhat unusual.

The tower will house premium office space along with internal courtyards and winter gardens, the below ground portion will house parking spaces.

Work on the tower is expected to be completed by 2012.


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Dear Sercan, thanks for the answer!

My image of Istanbul was determined by an art book I found 35 years ago in my parents' home, I thought Istanbul was a low-rise city with old houses and the highest structures were minarets. The photo is a reproduction of the cover of that book.
In fact, do the old parts of town still exist or have they been razed in order to build highways and skyscrapers? Or have Istanbul city fathers opted for the Paris or Amsterdam model, in which the old part is preserved and new highrise developments permitted in the periphery along a ring road and railway?
How about housing for the working class and poor, are there viable social housing projects or do these who build these modern structures live in unhygienic shantytowns?
New houses / skyscrapers have been built on new land.
Actually you are not allowed to built moden / high buildings next to historical builgins (you can't find a tower at the hostorical peninsula)
Pics of the old houses in Istanbul
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...190520&page=14
BTW, those old wood houses at your pics still exist. 2007 a programme started to renovate them (so can maybe still find dilapidated ones)

Before
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After
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Other
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http://img29.imageshack.us/img29/464...d090114015.jpg



Unfortuntaley we still have poor areas (mainly because of the huge immigrant phase in the 60s-90s)
But they started (2005?) to destroy those hosues and built new ones
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Another pic (reproduction from my parents' book): the Theodosius wall, it looks as if the scenery will be very different today! Are there still sheep in the city?
Thank god no more
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