Rising on a 9000m2 land in Fatih district, Kale Residences consists of 3 blocks with 228 units. While the apartments only come in 1+1 and 2+1 format, their spacious sizes will offer plenty of comfort in the middle of the metropolitan city. Each apartment is designed with an integrated smart home system where the homeowners can control everything about their property according to their needs.
As the project offers 1600m2 of green zones of fresh air and walks paths, each resident will also have a balcony within their unit to enjoy the view from the Topkapı neighbourhood. Kale Residences are building with top-quality anti-bacterial materials that are used in every part of the project. From the swimming pools, sauna, and fitness zones, to elevators and the 14 shopping malls located within, all common areas are constantly sanitized throughout the day.
Kale Residences are located 350 meters away from the E-5 highway, Metrobus and various rail stations, making the project one of the top investments in Istanbul. While the delivery date is December 2022, the prices will only get higher as the project continues to thrive with residents.
From a historical standpoint, the importance and beauty of the Fatih district is perhaps immeasurable to anywhere else in Istanbul. The two mosques built on opposite sides, Hagia Sophia and the Grand Mosque, Topkapi Palace, as well as their museums, the Grand Bazaar, and Haliç the Golden Horn make any visitor spend a whole day in the district a daydream. Just visiting Hagia Sophia and the Grand Mosque alone should be a full day activity to explore and admire every inch of their architectural and scenic beauty. This 17 km2 district was once the capital of the Byzantine as well as the Ottoman Empires. The ruins leftover from them now supports a big portion of Istanbul's tourism sector.
Fatih district alone has such huge attractions that the Istanbul Municipality has always worked transportation to guide the masses to them. A streetcar, the T1 Tramway with a route length of 19.2 km, transports minimum 320.000 people every day.