These districts of the Anatolian Side flew with transportation projects: TSKB Gayrimenkul Değerleme A.Ş. The valuation expert Seda Güler has examined some of the regions in which the real estate market is active, which is evolving with transportation alternatives on the Anatolian side.
According to the latest research conducted by TSKB, the major change in these districts on the Anatolian Side was analyzed.
Until the Bosphorus Bridge was built, the Anatolian side, where only one third of the Istanbul population lived, was gradually increased due to increased accessibility with transportation projects accelerating in recent years. Thanks to the transformation projects planned on the Anatolian Side, strategic planning in national and urban areas, and mega-scale projects with high scale, the land prices in this coast were competing with the European side.
TSKB Real Estate Appraisal Company Seda Güler, the appraiser, focused on some of the regions in which the real estate market was active, which is evolving with transportation alternatives on the Anatolian side:
Kartal-Maltepe-Pendik: It started operating in 2012 and is the first subway of the Anatolian Side. Kadıköy- The Kartal urban transformation project along the Kartal Metro line and the D-100 axis, has shown an increasing momentum in the last 5 years with factors such as the Palace of Justice and the projects carried out on the beach. There was a remarkable increase in residence and office projects in the region. Considering that the projects under construction add a different value to the region, prestigious housing projects in the region are up to $ 4.000-5.000 per square meter according to the location.
Sancaktepe: Uskudar-Sancaktepe Metro line work has become a region preferred by branded housing developers Sancaktepe'da housing is observed an increase close to% 100. The 1.500 TL-2.000 / m² prices are now in the 3.000-4.000 TL / m2 unit price range. It is expected that the increase in prices will continue its upward trend due to the fact that transportation to the region is supported by the metro line.
Tuzla Region: Tuzla region, which is proposed in Kartal-Kurtköy-Tuzla-Gebze corridor which will be integrated to Marmaray, is one of the regions that attract attention with its land and sea transportation alternatives. Thanks to the transportation projects that will strengthen and accelerate access to the region from both coastal and inland, it has gained a developing region with regional technology projects.
Although it is lower than the Anatolian side with the values varying according to the position and the landscape in the branded projects realized in the region, it is seen that it is up to 3.000-4.000 TL / m² in Tuzla.
Üsküdar: With the Marmaray and Üsküdar Çekmeköy Metro Project, which connects Anatolia with the European Side and started operating approximately 1,5 years ago, there was a price increase close to% 70 especially in Üsküdar. Despite the fact that there are mostly old buildings in the region and the land stock is low, the price increase on the existing stock stems from the transportation function and underlines how important the transportation is in the real estate market.
Riva: Beykoz, especially the development of Riva region, 3. Bridge and 3. The airport project is projected to slide north. The projects in the region that are planned to be carried out also indicate this. It is seen that the region has achieved a great acceleration in the period of two to three years and an increase of% 35 in the land values. Unit prices in branded projects in the region reach up to 2.500-3.500 dollars.
Ataşehir-Göztepe: The metro line to be built on this line is designed to be integrated with Marmaray and other main metro lines, on the Anatolian side, to be connected to the city's central and many transportation systems. Hattın Yenisahra Station KadıköyWith the Eagle Metro; Ümraniye Station is planned to be integrated with Üsküdar-Ümraniye-Çekmeköy-Sancaktepe-Sultanbeyli metro line. The line will also be connected with Marmaray from Göztepe station. It is estimated that the Ataşehir region, which is home to branded residences with the mentioned transportation network, and the Göztepe region, which will be a central transfer center, will experience a great increase. In this region, the average housing unit prices in new projects are in the range of 6.000-7.000 TL.
The Istanbul Financial Center project, which is supported by transportation in Ataşehir Region, is an important factor that will create changes for the real estate in Istanbul and the country in general. Accordingly, the creation of sub-regions in the sense of office market, especially in the process may be considered. Ataşehir is a district preferred by branded housing projects due to its proximity to TEM and D-100. After the completion of the metro connection with the financial center in Atasehir region, the value of the region is expected to increase even more.
In addition to the subway lines, the Eurasia Tunnel is expected to increase further in the Göztepe region, which will become a central transfer point. In the Göztepe area, which has changed its face with Urban Transformation and is a preferred region with its transportation facilities, there is already an increase of up to% 30, and it is thought that with the completion of the transportation infrastructure, the value will increase with each passing day.