Akfen Real Estate, KadıköyIt became a partner of Fıratcan İnşaat, which carried out the Gar Shopping Mall project in. The company paid 193 million lira for 51 percent of Fıratcan İnşaat within the scope of the 59 million lira project.
World newspaper columnist Kerim Ülker in his column , Akfen Gayrimenkul, which caused controversy last year KadıköyAkfen wrote that it is a partner of Fıratcan İnşaat, which conducts the Gar Shopping Mall project in Istanbul, and that Akfen paid 193 million TL for 51 percent of Fıratcan İnşaat, which will realize the project of 59 million TL.
The past year has witnessed great controversy KadıköyAkfen Gayrimenkul partnered with the Söğütlüçeşme High Speed Train Station Project in Turkey. Akfen Gayrimenkul purchased 51 percent of Fıratcan İnşaat, which undertook the project, for 59 million lira. In the statement made by Akfen, 51 percent of the shares were purchased from Sefa Özçelik, the boss of Fıratcan İnşaat.
In the statement made, it was stated in the appraisal report that the value of Fıratcan İnşaat was 13.5 million Euros, which corresponds to 129 million TL, and a payment of approximately 51 million TL was made for a 59 percent share.
The statement said, "Fıratcan İnşaat has undertaken the Söğütlüçeşme High Speed Train Station Project to TCDD, and a train station, commercial area and parking lot will be built within the scope of the project.
COST OF THE PROJECT 193 MILLION LIRA
The tender process, which came to the fore last year, was the scene of great public debate. In the news at that time, it was stated that Sefa Özçelik, who was the official of the company, was the son of Abdurrahman Özçelik, a member of the State Supervisory Board (DDK). TCDD, for the Söğütlüçeşme High Speed Train Station Project, Fıratcan İnşaat Turizm ve Ticaret A.Ş. He shook hands with him and signed a 29-year agreement.
While the cost of the project was announced as 193 million 794 thousand TL, the company in question will lease 4 thousand 32 TL per month to TCDD during the 315-year construction period. It was determined that after the completion of the project, it would pay 25 thousand 161 TL per month for the 574-year operation period.
The 13th Administrative Court suspended the execution of the zoning plans that would turn Söğütlüçeşme, one of the most valuable areas of the megacity, into a shopping mall with the appearance of a station on 8 May. Upon the objection of the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization to the decision, the upper court lifted the stay of execution decision for the project on 2 June. This paved the way for building a station-like shopping mall in the area.