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Beyoglu Municipality (BM) is undertaking the Tarlabasi Renovation project in Istanbul, Turkey.
The project involves the construction of 971 units on a 25,000m2 area comprising three blocks with 97 residential units, 96 offices units and underground parking facility. It is planned to be implemented in stages.
It will include the renovation of streets and related infrastructure facilities and installation of security systems and elevators.
The project is being implemented on public-private partnership (PPP) mode.
MTM Architecture has been appointed as architect for 360 Ada, Mimarlik Yapi Tasarim for 361 Ada, Tures Mimarlik for 362 and 386 Ada, Duru Mimarlik for 363 Ada, TeCe Architects for 385 and 386 Ada, Erginoglu & Calislar and SDB Mimarlik Ltd for 387 Ada, and Sepin Mimarlik for 593 and 594 Ada.
On April 4, 2007, the construction contract for the project was awarded to GAP Insaat Yatirim ve Dis Ticaret A.S., a subsidiary of Calik Holding.
In May 2010, the residents of the central Istanbul neighborhood of Tarlabasi appealed to the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) to immediately terminate the renovation project as it undermined the cultural heritage of the area and also violated the property rights of local residents.
In the fourth quarter of 2011, demolition works commenced.
Construction works on the first phase are underway and the entire project is set to be completed by the first quarter of 2018.
The project involves the renovation of 971 units on a 25,000m2 area in Beyoglu, Istanbul, Turkey.
The US$184 million project includes the following: