THE RITZ CARLTON 4+1 Penthouse
Being home to designer brands, five-star hotels and culinary hotspots has always been the biggest allure of the historical Nişantaşı area. Nişantaşı satisfies the need for an aesthetic and also practical living space. A stylish audience who enjoys exploring what the city has to offer. The district is in a unique position in Istanbul as a self-contained nucleus of creativity and also luxury from where its residents can easily reach major historical, financial as well as residential hubs of the city.
THE TIMELESS CHARM OF ICONIC ARCHITECTURE
Beginning with the 1950s, modern apartment buildings began to dominate the skyline of Nişantaşı, particularly Valikonağı Street. At the end of this famous street stood the Yapı Kredi Bank building, co-designed by the leading architects Doğan Tekeli and also Sami Sisa as part of a 1972 architectural competition and became the most iconic
building of its time. That building forms the foundation of The Ritz-Carlton Residences, İstanbul today.
The Residences, sit quietly at the end of Valikonağı Street. Each home and surrounding common areas benefit equally from the landscape and light. An infusion of life that matches the vibrant energy of Nişantaşı. The architects’ general design idea is to tell the story of life as it is lived inside the building. This approach is evident in
the flexible layout of the apartments and has turned the structure into an icon of Nişantaşı living.
Imagine a home not only defined by sophisticated and luxurious finishes but equipped to deliver legendary The Ritz-Carlton service. From concierge services and in-residence dining to a dedicated residential management team, a lifestyle of privacy and comfort awaits. There are 31 different types of residential units at The Ritz-Carlton Residences, İstanbul. From 1+1 to 4+1 on units, garden duplexes, as well as penthouses, are located on 22 floors, a total of 121 units.
Bilgili Holding completes important projects in the tourism and real estate sectors, routinely contributes to national tourism, and has developed exclusive venues that enrich the social lives of the people of Istanbul. Completed tourism investments include the W Istanbul Hotel in Akaretler and the Radisson BLU Conference & Airport Hotel Istanbul. Bilgili Holding also completed the Republika Academic Aparts, among the first new-generation living space projects specifically designated for university students. In addition, the Palazzo Corpi building at the former U.S. Embassy in Beyoglu became the new site of Soho House, a private members’ club for artists, designers and also intellectuals across Europe and North America. As part of its collaboration with Doğuş Holding, Bilgili Holding—already adding value to Istanbul and Turkey with its cooperative projects—will introduce the first city park in Istanbul. The park designed to spark new energy around the natural environment, cultural life and art of the…