The Rail System that will cross the YSS Bridge will Revive These Regions: Land prices in the regions of the rail system that will pass through Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge have almost become winged
After the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge was opened on August 26, this time the eyes were turned into a rail system line that would pass over the bridge. Related railway route; On the European side, the 3rd Airport and Halkalıwill be connected to the bridge from Izmit Köseköy-Sabiha Gökçen route on the Anatolian side. The rail system will carry passengers from Edirne to Izmit. Atatürk Airport, Sabiha Gökçen Airport and the new 3rd Airport will be connected with the rail system that will be integrated with Marmaray and Istanbul Metro.
Ahmet Arslan, Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, about the details of the rail system passing over the bridge in the past days; “There is a departure on the bridge and a place for the railroad. There will be a new railway line on the Anatolian Side. This line will go to Akyazı and merge with the main line. On the European side, the highway stretches to Kınalı. Railway also Halkalıgo to Halkalı-Kapikule merges with the railway. ” He made a statement.
LINE LENGTH 62 KILOMETER
From the 3rd Bridge HalkalıThe tender for the 62 km project up to is expected to take place in the coming months. According to the project, the high-speed train will enter a 700-meter tunnel on the European Side after leaving Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge. Unlike the ring road, the high-speed train that will continue on its route will stop by the 3rd Airport. Then, leaving with scissors around Odayeri, returning to Başakşehir (Kayabaşı) Halkalıwill go to. New rail, Halkalıwill be connected to the Marmaray Project, which continues to improve suburban lines. Halkalı-Kapıkule YHT Project will be integrated with the new train line, can be used in passenger and freight transport.
So, starting from this, we took the pulse of the real estate market in the regions located on the rail system route that will pass over the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge. Industrial Development Bank of Turkey (TSKB) Property Valuation made a special research for our readers on the subject of Special Projects Department ...
ADAPAZARI - AKYAZI
Akyazı district is located in the south-east of Sakarya city center. Land and field unit prices in the region vary according to the size, location and zoning status of the properties. The immovable field property immovables in the region are priced in two different ways, facing the TEM Highway and close to the district center. While the square meter price of the fields facing the TEM Highway is in the range of 2014 to 60 TL in 80, currently the square meters of these fields are sold in the range of 70 to 100 TL.
Looking at the land stock across the TEM Motorway, the sales prices of such plots in the area where the industrial land was concentrated were in the range of 2014-80 in 110, while in the 2016 it increased to the 100-160 TL range in terms of square meters. As we approach the center of the district, the sales transactions of the field-qualified properties are in the range of 18 to 30 (in terms of square meters in 2014-15 in 25) and the sales of industrial land in 90 to 120 TL (in 2014 in 70-90 TL). In addition, the residential and villa lands located near the center of the city
While the square meter sales price was in the range of 2014 to 100 TL on average in 150, this range increased to 2016 to 110 TL on a square meter basis in 170.
Industrial areas are generally located in Hacı Mustafa Mahallesi in Köseköy region. There are more residential areas in İstasyon District and Dumlupınar District in the east and northeast of the region. The region is an intersection point for accessing from Istanbul to Black Sea Region, Ankara and South Marmara Region. It is believed that the North Marmara Motorway and the rail system can have a positive impact on the region in terms of revival of the region and being a frequent destination in the area of transportation. The square meter prices of residential zoned lands sold in Hacı Mustafa Mahallesi between 370 and 450 TL for two years ago are currently being sold from 600 to 700 TL. Again, the current price of industrial zoned lands sold in the same region between 320 and 400 TL two years ago is traded at 550 to 650 TL.
SABIHA GOKCEN AND ITS ENVIRONMENT
The residences around Sabiha Gökçen Airport were processed in the range of 2014-1.250 TL on a square meter basis in 2.500, depending on their nature and location. When the construction around the airport is analyzed since 2014, it is seen that there is an increase of approximately 30 percent in residential unit sales values. While the square meter unit sales values of the residences in the region vary between 1.750-3.500 TL, it is seen that this value reaches up to 4.000 TL per square meter in some qualified housing projects. The Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge and the railway network that will pass over the bridge are not yet reflected in the land prices in the region. With the start of the construction of the railway network in the coming periods, real estate prices in the region are expected to increase significantly.
While the square meter unit prices of non-zoned fields in Paşaköy region were processed at 2014-400 TL in 500, the square meter unit prices of non-zoned areas in the region rose to 2016-750 TL in 1.000. The current price of zoned lands, which were sold at 800-1.000 TL per square meter two years ago, is around 1.500-2.000 TL. Rumors that the railway route will pass through this region caused an increase of 20 percent in square meter unit prices.
In Poyrazköy region, unit prices vary according to the zoning status, location, size and whether it is close to the sea. Before 2014, the area of non-zoned lands located in the region near the sea was 500-600 TL, while in areas far from the sea it was at the level of 300-400 TL. In 2016, the square meter unit prices of non-zoned lands located near the sea in Poyrazköy vary between 1.000-1.500 TL. In areas not close to the sea, square meter unit prices are in the range of 700-800 TL. After the North Marmara Motorway and 3rd Bridge projects started, a serious increase was observed in prices. Especially between 2013 and 2016, prices doubled. The majority of the lands in Poyrazköy do not have zoning. Zoning is expected by the owners, and with the arrival of the zoning, it is predicted that there will be a further increase in field / land prices.
Garipçe Village is located on the European side of Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge. Since 2010, in the region, there has been an increase in the value of land / land quality properties. In addition, since Garipçe Village is within the Bosphorus Front View Line Coastline Protection Zone, the construction conditions are limited. Although there are major problems with the zoning plans in Garipçe Village, the opening of Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge and the construction of the Northern Marmara Motorway caused a rise in value in the prices of land / land-qualified properties. It was stated that, despite the high prices were demanded for land / land properties, due to the expectations of the owners throughout the region, sales at the expected prices were not realized. In the case of Garipçe Village and its surroundings, where sales speeds are low, the land / land sales prices in the region will increase by 3-4 times if the conditions for opening up to zoning are arranged.
3.HAVAALANI AND THE ENVIRONMENT
It is stated that the sales prices of the residential zoned lands in Hadımköy, Bolluca, İmrahor, Karaburun, Durusu and Balaban locations around the airport have increased by about 3 percent due to the effect of the 3rd Airport and the Northern Marmara Highway. It is seen that the concept of villa building has occurred in the Durusu region, and the pricing in the region is generally made in US Dollars. In Hadımköy region, sales prices change according to the allowable value.
In Odayeri, Işıklar, Tayakadın, Dursunköy, Sazlıbosna and Boyalık locations, field-specific lands are concentrated. It is stated that the requested prices are high in Odayeri and Işıklar locations, which are the junction point near the 3rd Airport and the connection road of the Northern Marmara Motorway leading to İkitelli-Başakşehir region, but limited sales are realized. It is stated that the prices in the region, which consists of mostly zoned fields starting from Sazlıbosna and moving along the Çatalca direction along the Işıklar-Tayakadın-Dursunköy-Boyalık axis, have increased by about 20 percent due to the projects such as Sazlıbosna Dam Lake and Kanal Istanbul.
Zekeriyaköy: Zekeriyaköy, which is affiliated with Sarıyer District, has turned into a region where luxury villas are preferred by Istanbul residents who want to be close to the city center but prefer a quiet environment.
After the opening of the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, the value of land and housing projects in the region increased by 35 percent. Residential square meter sales prices are expected to continue to increase in the region between 2 and 800 thousand liras.
Göktürk-Kemerburgaz: The region, which is located at the intersection of transportation projects due to the construction of the third airport and the Northern Marmara Motorway, is becoming more integrated with the city center. While the average square meter price in housing projects was at the level of 2010 thousand lira in 2, it increased to the 2013 thousand 4 thousand band in 5. In the last 3 years, it has reached the level of 40 thousand liras with an increase of 7 percent. It will be valued even more with the third airport coming into operation.
Basın Ekspres Road: Combining Atatürk Airport, E-5, TEM and the coastal road, the region was further strengthened with the Northern Marmara Highway. A thousand square meters of land 500 pounds 4 thousand 500 pounds level, while office projects 7 8 thousand pounds in the range of hands are changing hands. Five years ago in the region, the square meter price of housing 2 thousand pounds today 5 thousand 500 pounds.
Basaksehir: In recent years, the subway line to the region, Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge and the third airport is on the route because of the second spring is alive. In the 10 annual process of the future three times the population
The average square meter housing prices in the region expected to increase 5 thousand pounds level. In the last two years, the average price of 47 increased.
Beykoz: A new era begins with the opening of the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge in Beykoz. The district, where many branded housing producers are working to develop a villa project within the scope of urban transformation, the average unit square meter sales price of the residences is between 3 thousand and 7 thousand liras.
Sancaktepe: A location where there is an adequate supply of empty land for the new projects. The float zone is in an advantageous position with its location on the metro line. In 2010, the average square meter price in housing projects was at the level of one thousand liras, while it increased to 2013 thousand liras in 2, today it has reached the level of 3 thousand 75 liras with a 3% increase in the last 500 years. The region is expected to become more valuable in the future due to its proximity to the forest, new housing projects, and the Northern Marmara Motorway and metro route.
Sultanbeyli: TEM highway connection, the proximity of Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge connection road, the subway line to pass through the district, high speed train, bus, minibus-like public transportation vehicles, such as the prevalence of the district's polish star. In the district where the square meter prices start from 2 thousand liras, the prices of the last 10 annually increased by 15, while the rents increased by 2.
“INTEREST IN THE REGIONS PASSED BY LARGE PROJECTS”
Emre Erol / Keller Williams Country Director for Turkey
In recent years, Turkey 15 growing economy, population, outstanding infrastructure investments, depending on geographic location and internal migration took place. These include the North Motorway, 3. Airport, 3. Bridge Osmangazi Bridge and Linked Izmir Motorway are among the most important projects. Interest in the route of these projects is increasing every day. Transportation is one of the sine qua non for the development of a region. The ports are seen as the main center of cities as we have seen in many examples. Today, airports are as important as the sea ports. Due to the growth of mega cities such as Istanbul and Izmir, it is very important for them to grow in fully equipped satellite cities with proper planning.
In an age where time is very valuable, communication and competition are increasing, none of us want to waste time on the roads and question alternative life and business models.
In this respect, we have to produce urbanization solutions where the infrastructure and transportation facilities are planned for a long time and where local life is supported rather than the centralist structure in which they are living, business centers, shopping and social equipment.
“THE FUTURE OF GARIPCE AND POYRAZKOY IS DEPENDING ON THE ZONING PLANS”
Esra Neşeli / TSKB Real Estate Appraisal Special Projects Department Manager
There are fields that do not have the right to be built intensively around the 3rd Airport. In Bolluca and İmrahor Neighborhoods, which are located near Arnavutkoy town center, the values of residential lands are increasing, and it is expected that this region will increase its attraction with the activation of the 3rd Airport and Northern Marmara Motorway. Also Gayrettepe -3. Airport and Halkalı - It was announced that the 3rd Airport metro lines will be built by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization. Sabiha
It is foreseen that there will be a long-term increase in housing projects and land values in Pendik, Kurtköy and Tuzla regions around Gökçen Airport.
The future of Garipçe Village on the European side of Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge and Poyrazköy on the Anatolian Side depends on the future development plans in these areas. There is currently no zoning in these areas, but the owners are demanding zoning in the region and are in serious expectation in this regard. The opening of the bridge and the railway route passing through this area are reflected in the sales prices. Land prices in Paşaköy, where the Şile Motorway connection and the Kurtköy connection junction are located, have increased with the announcement of the railway route. With the ease of transportation to the Sabiha Gökçen Airport and the 3rd Airport by rail, the attraction of the Paşaköy region has increased. With the completion of the route, it will be easier to reach all the airports of Istanbul, especially from Adapazarı and Kocaeli provinces. For this reason, it is inevitable that there will be an increase in housing prices and land prices on the entire railway route during the construction of the railway and the activation of the railway.
“THE SUPPLY CANNOT FILL THE REQUEST”
Cansel Turgut Yazıcı / Eva General Manager, Real Estate Appraisal
The demand for the lands is high in the locations located on the foot of the bridge, such as the Garipçe Village on the 3rd Bridge route. The demand is so high that the supply has failed to meet the demand. The opening of the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge on August 26 continues to attract investors to the region. Mega projects such as the 3rd Bridge and the 3rd Airport will create a new center in the north of Istanbul, and the regions here will be further valued.
Especially Eyüp, Çatalca, Arnavutköy, Sarıyer, Beykoz, Çekmeköy and Sancaktepe districts come to the fore due to bridges and highways. Our annual Istanbul branded housing sector report prepared as Eva as a mega project in the regions where price increases are experienced and 3. We see that the projects that increase accessibility such as the bridge increase the demand for environment and related districts and contribute to the formation of new commercial areas in line with new settlement areas and needs. The regions, which have begun to gain value since the project's announcement of the location, seem to continue to increase in value after the completion of the project.
The star of Arnavutköy is shining
Arnavutköy is one of the districts with the highest area in Istanbul, with an area spanning 506.52 kilometers. Arnavutköy gained district status in 2008 as a result of the merger of Boğazköy, Bolluca, Taşoluk, Haraççı and Çatalca District of Durusu and Hadımköy districts from Gaziosmanpaşa District. The district is in a very important position in terms of investment. There are a limited number of zoned lands in the towns and villages of Arnavutköy, one of the bases of the land speculators. In addition, those who are willing to wait for reconstruction also make field investments. The prices of field-qualified lands in the district have been increasing continuously for the last six years. Six years ago, in the villages of Arnavutköy district, the plots that were traded at 10-15 TL per square meter, today are asked for prices between 200 and 220 TL. Yassıören Village, located in the crossing direction of the Northern Marmara Motorway, which has been flooded by the land investor recently, is the best example for this. In the region six years ago, a price of 25 to 30 TL is demanded for the lands sold from 200 to 250 TL per square meter.
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