The New Levent project, which overlooks the Belgrade forest due to its location, is preparing to be the city’s new showcase. New Levent, which will be the horizontal and low-rise project in the region, offers country living in the center of the city with its inspiration from nature, while redefining the luxury of tomorrow with the quality and comfort experience it promises. .
The New Levent project, which has a green area about the size of two football fields, brings the grove that will provide you with enough oxygen in your home with its large garden apartments, wide balconies and terraces, its high-ceilinged halls in the comfort of a villa designed with aesthetic and functional touches…
The new Levent project is located in the heart of all the riches of the city, from business centers to culture and the arts, from education to health and from shopping to entertainment. At the center of cultural activities that appeal to all generations and generations; offers a life that unites generations.
Located at the intersection of well-established districts such as Büyükdere Caddesi, Levent, Etiler and Şişli, one of the most important axes of Istanbul, the project also stands out for its proximity to the Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge and the July 15 martyrs, which both sides of Istanbul together.
THE TERRITORY PROJECT WITH A HORIZONTAL ARCHITECTURE
Drawing attention to the central location of the project, Ziya Yılmaz said: “The project, which is located at the crossroads of important business and financial centers in terms of location, will also be the region’s project with a horizontal architecture.
Ziya Yılmaz continued, “In particular, the pandemic period has seriously changed consumer expectations. As the effect of the pandemic pushes the issue of health forward more than ever, we are also seeing its effects in the understanding of luxury. People are now intertwined with nature, but in the city center; On the one hand, he desires the healing effect of nature, on the other hand, he wants to take full advantage of the social possibilities of city life. We have implemented the concept of a healthy house by taking the opinions of 58,300 people in our Çekmeköy project and 20,000 people in Nişantaşı. Now we have spoken to 82,000 people for the New Levent project. We have cross-checked the information obtained in the light of the DAP’s expertise and scientific data. Again, with a pioneering approach, we have brought the countryside concept to our industry in the city that combines luxury and nature. New Levent comes to life in the center of Istanbul with the vision to do what hasn’t been done before. It will become an emblematic project for the future.
LEVENT WILL BE A PROJECT BRINGING LUXURY TO NATURE
Drawing attention to the waste of signature of many emblematic projects that will serve as an example for the sector until now. Ziya Yılmaz, Chairman of the Board of Directors of DAP Holding, “The name Levent comes from the “levend” given to naval soldiers in the Ottoman Empire. At that time, on the Ferme du Levent, erected as a training, sports and entertainment area for sailors, with the Republic period; Faced with the growing need for housing, 35,000 trees are planted in the Levent region and the region is green. Green neighborhoods are beginning to take root in a very progressive ecological perspective. We have adapted the green neighborhood concept of that era to today’s urban life. In Levent, one of the most important centers of Istanbul, we have developed the New Levent horizontal country-style project, adjacent to the grove and combining luxury and nature. mentioned.
LUXURY LIVING CRITERIA AND COUNTRYSIDE IN THE CITY
Bringing new life to the housing sector with the ‘Healthy Home’ concept that it has developed, DAP’s ‘Luxury and Countryside in Town’ standard is broken down into 5 items:
a- A healthy home should: It must be designed according to the criteria of a low and healthy house surrounded by greenery, breathing with nature.
2nd- It must be located in the center of the city and in a well-established area: In one of the most important points of the city, it should be indispensable to the life of the city with its rich history, cultural atmosphere and privileges.
3- Nature and city; It must blend perfectly with culture, art, fashion and entertainment: He must be able to experience both the green and the city freely with the regenerative spirit of nature on one side and the vitality of urban life on the other.
4- It must be intertwined with the central businesses and the financial world: It should be within walking distance of the area considered the heart and central business district of the business world.
5- It should offer all the necessities within walking distance: Everything you are looking for, from business centers to culture and the arts, from education to health, from shopping to entertainment, both inside and outside the site, should be located within a few minutes. not.
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR A HEALTHY UNITED NATIONS HOME
Ziya Yılmaz, who said that they have been developing ‘Healthy Home’ criteria, which is DAP’s trademark, for two years, said, “In this sense, we have become the pioneers in the industry. We have touched the standard of living of people with the Healthy Home criteria. When we introduced the Healthy Home Criteria at the very beginning of the pandemic, there was no such model or approach yet in the world. At the point where we are today, the “healthy neighborhood” report announced by the United Nations is proud because it confirms what we were saying two years ago… In this sense, we have developed a pioneering concept which model both for the industry and for the world.” used the expressions.
The report “Pandemic and cities for a healthier and greener future” published by the United Nations Human Settlements Program (UN-Habitat) reveals the importance of building cities and spaces correctly after the pandemic. The report emphasizes that living spaces must meet certain standards.
Commenting on the report in question, Ziya Yılmaz said, “The United Nations has listed what housing and mass settlement areas should be after the pandemic. According to the United Nations, settlements should include residences that meet daily needs such as shopping and health in their immediate surroundings, provide opportunities for work and education within walking distance, are adjacent to rich green spaces and parks, and include social life. According to the report, colonies must meet certain standards both for the reality of the pandemic we find ourselves in and for new pandemics that may arise in the future. The results of this research; It reveals that houses should be equipped with maximum daylight and ventilation standards, an understanding of low-rise living, a flexible architectural understanding of houses, and they should be spacious and safe homes away a crowd. The United Nations supports the production of homes and living spaces that meet these criteria in terms of human physical and mental health. As a result, it is now inevitable that we, developers and engineers who design life, produce healthy homes with rich green spaces, parks and social life.