LIVING IN ISTANBUL or
Barbaros 48 offers you a brand new life where you will start each new day by greeting Istanbul's most valuable asset, the Bosphorus. Positioned in a location that dominates the length and breadth of the Bosphorus, Barbaros 48 embraces this unique view, which is unparalleled in the world. You should experience the unique beauty of Istanbul to the fullest at Barbaros 48 with its deep blue Bosphorus, the facade unveiling the historical peninsula, and the city view stretching as far as the eye can see.
A PANORAMIC VIEW
A deep blue view of the Bosphorus is not the only asset offered by Barbaros 48. With its other facade facing the historical peninsula, the housing project combines two of the most valuable silhouettes of Istanbul and makes you the host of a panoramic view. All you have to do is to enjoy the Bosphorus on the one hand and the historical peninsula on the other.
A SOCIAL LIFE IN THE
CENTER OF THE CITY
The social opportunities offered outside Barbaros 48 are as rich as they are within the housing complex. You can be in Yıldız Park, one of the most beautiful forested areas of Istanbul, in a few minutes for your morning walks while living in the heart of Istanbul in Besiktas, the center of social life, and inhale the scent of linden in Ihlamur Pavilion, which is also a few minutes away and reflects the historical texture in the most beautiful way.
TURKISH STATE MINT
FThe Mint, commissioned to be built by Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror, is considered to be the beginning of the establishment of the Turkish Mint. Since no documentation indicating the exact date of the establishment is available, the date of the first Turkish gold coin minted by Fatih in his name in 1467 is accepted as the date the Turkish Mint was established. The Mint which was opened in 1967 in its current location, is one of the most important historical buildings of Istanbul, still bearing the traces of history.
The historic Ihlamur Pavilion, located between Beşiktas, Yıldız and Nişantası, is considered one of the most valuable buildings in the city. The construction of the pavilion dates back to the Ottoman sultan Abdülmecit. Baroque influences are visible in the architecture of the pavilion, especially in the staircase with motion depicting reliefs. With its eye-catching architecture, Ihlamur Pavilion is one of the must-see places in the city, both for its historical beauty and its verdant green garden.
Yıldız Park, one of the most beautiful places in Besiktas, has been appreciated for its tranquilizing effect throughout history. This park, which dates back to the Byzantine period and has a deep-rooted history, has been considered an attraction center by many sultans during the Ottoman period. With its lakes, ponds, multi-colored flowers and centuries-old trees, the park continues to fascinate visitors throughout the year. Yıldız Park is one of the rare places you should see in Besiktas with its wonderful nature and floral scents that you will want to visit again and again.