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Ege Yapi puts the second phase of Cer Loft in Istanbul on the market

There are 27 private loft apartments in the second phase of Cer Loft.

Ege Yapi has put the second phase of Cer Loft on the market, the ceiling height of which varies from 8 meters to 12 meters.

According to the statement made by the company, Ege Yapi opened the second phase of Cer Istanbul, which it developed in the Historic Peninsula, with the assurance of Emlak Konut GYO.

There are 27 private loft apartments in the second phase of Cer Loft, which was put on the market in order to respond to the increasing interest in horizontal architecture and solid projects with the effect of the possible Marmara earthquake.

The project, which was offered for sale with a 24-month zero interest, pre-sale advantage, was developed in the Historic Peninsula, on the Yedikule coastline, with a view of the Islands and Yedikule Fortress. The project draws attention with its location, low-rise architecture and specially designed landscape areas.

While 5 of the 150-year-old registered buildings within the project were restored, 5 newly built buildings bring together the original architecture with the urban culture.

The project, which has 74 decares of green space, 10 decares of square, 7.5 km of bicycle path, 6.5 km of pedestrian path and 6 decares of closed social and cultural area next to it, has a Class A energy identity document. In the project, which also includes wellbeing areas such as SPA, sauna, indoor pool with daylight, massage rooms, the ceiling height of the lofts varies from 8 meters to 12 meters.

Earthquake analysis and simulations of the project were applied

Ege Yapi, which has developed nearly 2 million square meters of construction to date, with its staff of more than 300 architects, civil engineers, electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, geological engineers, geoscientists and advisors working in the best universities of Turkiye continues to use the most advanced construction technologies in all its projects.

The company, which is also a pioneer in the sector in this sense, has also developed Cer Istanbul as earthquake resistant. The earthquake analysis and simulations of the project, which was designed according to the National Earthquake Regulations, were applied.

The amount of load-bearing structural elements and reinforcement was planned in line with the results. All buildings were built on a raft foundation. The blocks were combined on the parking floors. In this way, it was ensured that the loads of individual blocks were transferred to the entire plot area with a holistic plan.

The carrier system on the ground of the project, which used C30 class concrete and S420 iron, was manufactured as a completely steel construction. All stairs and elevator shafts are surrounded by shear concrete walls.

Cer Istanbul is located 2 kilometers from the Eurasia Tunnel entrance, 4 kilometers from the D100 Highway, 3.5 kilometers from Yenikapı Metro Station and 3.4 kilometers from Yenikapı Ferry Port.

The project, which also includes an open-air museum of 2,000 square meters, was restored to its original form together with art history and archeology consultants.

Cer Istanbul, which was deemed worthy of the first place in the category of ‘Low-Rise Housing Project’ at the Dubai Cityscape Awards and is the only project in Turkiye to win an award in this field, was also selected as the ‘Residential Project with the Highest Income Potential in the Region’ by Forbes.

Source: AA / Prepared by Irem Yildiz

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