İzmir Metropolitan Municipality has signed the contract to start the third and fourth phase works in Örnekköy Urban Transformation Area. signed with. Mayor Soyer said, “We are signing a contract to start an urban transformation process after Ege Mahallesi. We are very excited, ”he said.
Izmir Metropolitan Municipality continues its urban transformation works with a 100% consensus and on-site transformation approach in six different regions. Mayor of Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Tunç SoyerİZBETON A.Ş., the subsidiary of the Metropolitan Municipality, signed the turnkey construction protocol for approximately one thousand residences to be built in the third and fourth phases of the Ornekköy Urban Transformation Area. signed with. Saying that one of the priority issues of Izmir Metropolitan Municipality is urban transformation, Mayor Soyer said, “We are signing a contract to start an urban transformation process again after the Aegean District. We are very excited,” he said.
Municipal company engaged
President Tunç SoyerIn the second stage drawing ceremony in Örnekköy, he said that the companies of the Izmir Metropolitan Municipality would also participate in the tenders in order to accelerate the urban transformation works. The decision was approved at the Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Council held on November 18, 2020.
Work continues in the second stage
İzmir Metropolitan Municipality handed over 130 residences and 13 workplaces whose construction was completed in Örnekköy, within the scope of the first phase. Büyükşehir, which made its turnkey tender in return for flats covering 170 houses and 20 workplaces in the second phase, destroyed the buildings in the tender area after the evacuation procedures.
There will be 3 thousand 520 residences in total
Tender preparation continues for the other stages of the project. Upon completion of the project, which continues in stages in the 6 thousand square meters of Örnekköy Urban Transformation Area, where approximately 180 thousand people live, a total of 3 thousand 520 houses and 338 workplaces will be built.