Emaar Turkey, the country-subsidiary of Emaar Properties, will launch the sale of its pioneering residential project, Tuscan Valley Houses, in Dubai and Turkey on June 23. Amlak Finance is offering easy home finance options to purchase luxury villas at the master-planned project located in Buyukcekmece, easily accessible from the Ataturk Airport and less than an hour away from Istanbul City Centre.
The sales launch on June 23 will be held from 10am to 6pm at the Old Town Sales Centre located within the Downtown Burj Dubai development in Dubai. The launch follows a special preview that was held in May, which gained strong investor response from the Turkish community in Dubai as well as international investors.
"Tuscan Valley Houses redefine the elements of luxury living in Turkey, and is situated in one of the fastest growing and most-sought after residential locations near Istanbul," said Mr Ozan Balaban, General Manager, Emaar Turkey.
"There has been keen interest in investment opportunities in Turkey from investors in Dubai including the Turkish community living here. Through our simultaneous sales launch in Dubai and Turkey, we want to give purchase opportunity for Turkish and international investors," Mr Ozan added.
The $700 million Tuscan Valley Houses replicate the concept of luxury, master-planned residences Emaar has developed in Dubai. The project will sprawl over 1.4 million sq metres of land, making it one of the largest private sector residential projects in Istanbul.
Designed by JZMK of California and AE Mimarlik of Istanbul, Tuscan Valley Houses takes its architectural influences from the Tuscany region. Emaar Turkey sales representatives will be present at the sales launch day to explain more about the project. Potential investors in the UAE can also call 800 Emaar (36227) for more details.
Emaar's expansion into Turkey is in line with its Vision 2010 to become one of the most valuable companies in the world through geographic expansion and business segmentation. Emaar already has a significant presence in 16 countries in the Middle East and North Africa region, the USA, Europe, Indian Subcontinent and South Asia.