Winds Residence, which was built in the center of Bağdat Street, brings a deluxe and quality life to Kadikoy. Knowing that quality life starts with living spaces above all, Taş Yapı is breaking new ground in Turkey with the concept of “Stay Well” by Osman Müftüoğlu in the Winds Residence project. In the Winds project, the understanding of “architecture that values life” was introduced for the first time in Turkey. It is enriched with innovative applications designed according to Osman Müftüoğlu’s “quality life philosophy”. With the concept of Stay Well, Osman Müftüoğlu and his team offer many services for the residents of the residence for the first time in a residence project, from personalized health services to personalized fitness trainers.
Winds Residence project contains 500 apartments in 4 towers. In the project, 2+1 apartments are designed as 117 square meters, 3+1 apartments as 223 square meters, and 4+1 apartments as 350 square meters. The project, which is located on 44000 of land, has mostly sea and Islands view.
- 2 Minute Goztepe (Marmaray metro) station.
- 1 Minute to the Carrefour store.
- 8 Minute to Uskudar.
- 7 Minute to Can Park Mall.
- 8 Minute to Çamlıca Hill.
- 15 Minute to the Bosphorus Bridge.
- 10 Minute to Eminonu District.
- 20 Minute to Maiden’s Tower.
- 20 Minute Sabiha Gokcen Airport
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More about Bagdat street
If you are also interested in the culture and history of turkey, we suggest Baghdad Street! This street is 14 km long and has been built along the Sea of Marmara. Shopping malls, restaurants and cafes on this street have turned it into a tourist attraction. Baghdad Street is one of the most luxurious and stylish streets in the spectacular city of Istanbul, which is famous for its shopping and sightseeing. This street has beautifully constructed buildings that dazzle the eye of every person for the first time, and some of these buildings, such as the Barbary Building, have won the Architecture Prize.
Baghdad Street was a road between Constantinople and Anatolia (Asian part) used for commercial and military purposes during the Byzantine Empire and the Ottoman Empire.
This road was named Baghdad after the conquest of the city by Sultan Murad IV in 1638. The Ottomans built various springs and mosques along this street, and some neighborhoods on this street are still known as old springs. Names such as Salami Cheshmeh, Chatal Cheshmeh, Sogutlo Cheshmeh
During the reign of Abdul Hamid II, some high-ranking officials decided to live on this street, so they bought the land around Baghdad Street in Istanbul and built luxury and beautiful houses, some of which still exist today.
Prior to World War I, the street was paved and transported by carriage, but after the war and the establishment of the Republic of Turkey, the street was paved and tram lines were built between Kadikoy and Bustanci.