Bağcılar is a working class suburban district of Istanbul, Turkey. It is located behind Bahçelievler on the European side of the city, between the two major ring roads, the TEM and the D100 (once officially E5). Bağcılar means “vine growers” in Turkish and the district was formerly known as “Yeşilbağ” (Green Vineyard in Turkish).
Bağcılar also houses a great deal of industry, particularly light engineering, textiles, printing (Bağcılar is home to all the biggest of Turkey’s newspapers and TV channels), a huge wholesale market for dry goods, a large second-hand car market, and many trucking companies, particularly along the Gunesli link road from the TEM motorway to Istanbul airport. A metro is being built which is hoped will ease the constant stream of slowly circulating traffic.
The importance of the site:
The Basin Express area is strategically located in Bağcılar area within the E-5 border area on one side and the TEM line on the other, and it is 10 minutes away from Ataturk Airport.
The area includes many shopping centers and commercial complexes, which makes the Basin Express area a commercial business center.
A luxurious family residential complex consisting of 2 blocks (A.blok + B.blok) with a height of 18 floors.
Total apartments in both buildings are 352.
It has 12 shops.
Delivery date 12/30/2024.