Çekmeköy metro line doubled the land prices by 10

Çekmeköy metro line has doubled the land prices by 10: The mega projects under construction in Istanbul are rapidly increasing the value of the city. In this context, the Üsküdar-Çekmeköy metro line, which will be offered to the service of citizens in April-May 2016, had a doping effect on property values. The land values ​​in the region, which are 150-200 TL per square meter, have increased from 500 to 2 TL.

Çekmeköy Mayor Ahmet Poyraz stated that the infrastructure works of the first phase of the Üsküdar-Çekmeköy metro line are about to be completed and said, "We aim to put it into service of our citizens in April-May 2016." Poyraz, who evaluated the 3rd bridge, Üsküdar-Çekmeköy subway project, urban transformation and the investments being made in the district, stated that the metro line starting from Üsküdar, passing through Çekmeköy in the first place and going through Sancaktepe to Sabiha Gökçen Airport, has come to the end for the first stage. .

Poyraz stated that the infrastructure works of the first phase of Üsküdar-Çekmeköy are about to be completed and that it will be put into service of the citizens in April and May 2016, “This line is very important. KadıköyThere will not be a metro that only goes on the E-5 route like the Kartal metro. It passes through areas where people are densely populated. Thanks to this metro line, even citizens living in Üsküdar, Çekmeköy and even Şile will come with their vehicles to a certain point and then leave their vehicles to the parking lot and continue on the metro. Our citizen who will take the metro from Çekmeköy will be able to go to Yeşilköy without going above the ground ”.


Poyraz stated that there was an increase in land prices in Çekmeköy, which is at the center of the metro and 3rd bridge projects, and that there was a tremendous increase in prices compared to 2009 when he was the first mayor. Poyraz stated that the prices in all the districts of the district increased, “We see that the lands with a square meter of 150-200 TL have increased to 1.000 - 1.500 TL. There is no land for less than a thousand liras. These increases are also present throughout Istanbul, ”he said. Poyraz stated that from the period when one underpass was built in Istanbul in the past, there are now more than 1 underpasses per year. Poyraz stated that the buildings in Çekmeköy grow horizontally and there are no high-rise buildings, and that 270 out of 3 of the district has green areas and the new municipal service building has 2 thousand square meters of green space.


Poyraz, who also gave information about the vision projects of Çekmeköy, said that a living space will be built that will meet the social facility needs of the Çekmeköy region and include parks and sports fields and walking areas. Poyraz said: “Just like Üsküdar Çamlıca Hill, we have 'Çekmeköy Seyir Hill' and 'Çekmekule' projects in our district. With this project, our people will meet with the green on the one hand, and on the other hand, the view of Çekmeköy and the surrounding area can be easily watched. Another vision project; 'Çekmeköy Pond Project'. "The pond will be arranged around 4 thousand square meters of Alemdağ Pond, and it will be made suitable for swimming and water sports activities."

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