The Vadi Istanbul project was created by two famous construction companies Artaş Group and Invest Group in the Ayazağa area in Seyrantepe, surrounded by the forests of Belgrad. The total area of this project is 1350000 square meters which includes shopping avenue, shopping center, hotel, apartments, offices and more.
Vadi Istanbul was built on an area of 424 thousand square meters and consists of three phases: Terrace, boulevard, and park.
Vadi Istanbul has a five-star hotel covering 25,500 square meters, 20,000 square meters of residential buildings with 1915 apartments, 300,000 square meters of offices, a 760 meter shopping avenue consisting of many shops, and a shopping center of 103,000 square meters.
Due to the location of the featured project, it includes the junction point of the Marmara highway links which still under construction and the E5 highway and the TEM. There are also many universities within 3 km and 5 km.
Vadi Istanbul is designed by award-winning Turkish architectural firm İki Design and SOM Architecture, which signed the world famous projects of the United States. This giant collaboration in architecture brought with many international awards to Vadi Istanbul. Vadi Istanbul Boulevard has been granted two different awards with its shopping mall and office blocks in the European Properties Awards (EPA). In the European Properties Awards 2015 – 2016, the project has received awards on the categories of “Best Retail Architecture in Turkey”, “5 stars Retail Architecture in Europe” and “Highly Commended Office Architecture” with its shopping mall and office blocks.
As a unique step, the first private air-railway in Turkey will be passed through Vadi Istanbul project, which it will be built by the partnership of Vadi Istanbul. The air-railway will connect the project with the main centers of Istanbul, with a length of 760 meters.
As part of the project to revive the life of the sea to the Gulf, sea water is being transported from the strait to the Sadabad River, which runs through the Vadi Istanbul project, where this river adds fun and vitality to the living areas on its banks especially because there are many cafes and restaurants.