A bit of history…
The Galata region, which has had a vibrant social structure since the Byzantine period, has retained this feature over the centuries. It accommodated an ethnic and cultural mixture of Muslim, Greek, Frankish, Armenian and Jewish populations, as well as Europeans. The city's international port has also set the tone for this cosmopolitan setting.
The first of the embassies of France, England and Venice to settle in Père before the end of the 16th century was the French embassy, which was renovated in 1838. It can be seen that Europeans and local non-Muslim groups gathered around Istanbul shortly after the establishment of the embassies: a Latin group consisting of French and Italians arrived first, followed by Anglo-German groups consisting of English, Austrians and Germans. Among the Levantines, the majority were of Latin origin. French, British, Russian and Austrian diplomats were part of the community here. During this period, many Greeks and Armenians also settled in Pera and gathered in the vicinity of the embassies. Increasingly wealthy, these groups showed off their wealth with their homes. In addition to the monumental buildings, the first living spaces outside of traditional architecture are also visible here. In addition to functional innovations, in terms of shape, material and finishing features; Galata and Pera were the centers of stone construction that arose after the great fires that destroyed Istanbul.
About the developer
With 40 years of experience in the construction sector, the property developer is an expert in restoration and renovation. With her experienced team, she has completed the restoration of almost 50 important historical buildings in Beyoğlu, Karaköy, the Historical Peninsula and the Bosphorus line.
Instead of large and multi-storey buildings; narrow streets, sidewalks, and every corner of the city, which carries character and culture, is still adorned with history.
Perfect combination of past and future… The apartments of this complex are designed with aesthetics in mind, which combines modernity with tradition, preserving a unique historical heritage.
About the project
The complex, which houses one of Beyoğlu's rare wooden buildings, was built according to its original history and architecture of the region. It was fitted with period architectural features from the bay window to the courtyard, from the wooden ceilings to the stair railings. A practical solution that meets modern requirements and an aesthetic combination of exclusive materials formed the basis of this project.
The historic wooden structure of the project and the adjacent stone structures create a special atmosphere. This complex offers safe, modern and delightful privileges due to its location close to many consulates.
Thanks to the refined approach to the interiors, the windows of the project offer a view of the dazzling history. Here, each unique apartment, reflecting elegance with its high and thick walls, traditional ceiling cladding, woodwork and modern interior architecture, is waiting for you.
A new and outstanding journey begins from the past to the future with this project! As soon as you leave your apartment, the most colorful world of the city awaits you: from design week to the artful atmosphere of Taksim... From the unique nightlife of Paris to a trip through the historic Galata…
From antique shops in Çukurjum to a tour of Istanbul on the Bosphorus… Your choice is endless…
Here you will find a combination of history and today!
In addition to its dynamic texture, the project, which stands out for its colorful history, invites you to discover Istanbul.
Enjoy endless possibilities in this magical city where every day is another adventure. With the unique architecture of Tophane, the colorful nights of Karaköy and Pera, and the amazing stories of its people, there is so much to discover in the city!
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