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Empire Avcılar has taken its place among Istanbul housing projects with its houses for sale and reasonable payment terms. A comfortable life awaits you in Empire residences, one of the most ambitious projects of the region where it was built. Promising the life of investors' dreams with its privileged location, social facilities and different types of residences, the project bears the signature of Mert Holding. The project, which aims to raise the standard of living, also has a unique sea and lake view.
Empire residences, consisting of 21 floors and 208 flats in total, are located on the E-5, one of the most important lines of Istanbul. In addition, around the project; There is also a hospital, school and shopping center. You will have made a valuable investment with the project that will enable you to own a house in the center of life.
Empire housing project, which has a unique sea and lake view of Istanbul, offers its investors a reliable life with its solidly built residences. Before the project was built, a ground survey was carried out and the construction process started in line with the suitability of the ground. Building inspection was also carried out in the project, which complied with the earthquake and insulation regulations.
The houses for sale in the project, which will make a name for itself with its modern architectural design that keeps up with the times, are waiting for you. You will enjoy being close to many important points with the project where you will start living again in the center of the city.
With the Empire Avcılar housing project, you will be located in the very center of the city. Empire residences built on the E-5 Highway await you with modern living spaces. There are many important organizations around the project, which will allow you to go to the place you want in the fastest and easiest way. Project; It is being built at the intersection of hospitals, shopping centers and schools.
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