BILGILI HOLDING

Bilgili Holding’s principle objective is to bring value to Turkey by investing in its real estate and tourism sectors. Having begun our real estate sector investments through the Row Houses Project in Istanbul Akaretler, our company develops environmentally conscious projects that improve city life by restoring buildings with first-degree historical monument status.

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Bilgili Holding’s projects include BodrumBodrum, which offers superior villas, One Ortakoy, defined by its unique design, and West Blocks in Bayrampasa, currently one of the most rapidly developing regions in Istanbul.

Bilgili Holding has been completing important projects in the tourism sector as well as real estate, routinely contributes to national tourism and also develops exclusive venues that enrich the social lives of the people of Istanbul.The completed tourism investments of Bilgili Holding include the W Istanbul Hotel in Akaretler, Radisson BLU Conference & Airport Hotel Istanbul. It also completed the Republika Academic Apartments, among the first new generation living space projects specifically designated for university students. In addition, the Plazzo Corpi building at the former US Embassy in Istanbul Beyoglu, became the new site of the Soho House, a private membership club for artists, designers and intellectuals in Europe and America.

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As part of its collaboration with Dogus Holding, Bilgili Holding, already bringing value to Istanbul and Turkey with its cooperative projects, will introduce the first city park in Istanbul designed to spark new energy around the natural environment, cultural life and art of the city. The park will further this mission by hosting concerts and outdoor events. Moreover, the completion of the Galataport Project, which spans approximately 1,200 meters of the coastline, from Karakoy to Tophane, and is also known as the Salipazari Harbor Reach, will promote tourism as well, helping Istanbul achieve a singular and privileged global position.

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