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Skyland Towers in Istanbul

Location information

Location: Middle East
Country: Turkey
City: Istanbul
Address: Seyrantepe subway station and the Türk Telekom Arena

General information

Started:
└ List of started buildings
Completed: 2017 year
└ Lsit of 2010s completed buildings

Technical details

Height: 284 meters, 180 meters
└ List of 250-300 meters, 150-200 meters buildings
Floor count: 65 floors, 64 floors
└ List of 50-100 floors buildings

Design and construction

Architect: Broadway Malyan
Style: Glass, Tower, Highrise
Building Uses: residential, hotel, office, restaurant, shopping mall, parking garage

Skyland Istanbul

The Skyland Towers

Skyland Towers in Istanbul

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Thanks to a unique geographic position at the intersection of two continents, Istanbul is one of the most prosperous cities in the world. Once rivalling Rome for the title of largest city in the world in terms of population, the city now has more than 14.5 million residents and should reach a population of 16 million by 2020, which would make it Europe's largest metropolis, ahead of London and Moscow. The dramatic demographic growth experienced by Turkey's main city is forcing its inhabitants to live further and further away from the banks of the Bosphorus, as new residential, commercial and office developments stretch along the highways and new subway lines leading in and out of the city.
Skyland Towers in Istanbul
In the outskirts of Istanbul, steps away from the Seyrantepe subway station and the Türk Telekom Arena, local developer Eroglu Property is currently building a three-tower mixed-used complex known as Skyland Istanbul. Designed by international architecture firm Broadway Malyan, the project will eventually include a 65-storey, a 284-metre office tower, a 64-storey residential tower with 600 units, and a 500-room hotel located within a 180-metre tower.
Skyland Towers in Istanbul
All three skyscrapers will share a 7-floor podium housing a partially open mall, occupied by a 10-screen cineplex, exclusive shops, restaurants, as well as 3,500 parking spots. Each building will boast a different glass coating with varying patterns ranging from vertical and horizontal fins along the hotel and office towers, to a more intricate geometric arrangement for the residential portion of the complex. Finally, the edifices will be characterized by a tilted roof.
Skyland Towers in Istanbul
Skyland Istanbul — scheduled for completion in 2017 — is not the only project reshaping the formerly industrial Cendere Valley. Indeed, the area immediately adjacent to the Eroglu's development is in the process of being transformed into the Vadistanbul master-planned community, which will house 35,000 people, and include a pedestrian street, a mall, and offices. (via Skyrise Cities)
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