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Tekfen-OZ Real Estate Development Co. Inc. (Tekfen), in a joint venture with Renaissance Construction (Renaissance), is undertaking the construction of mixed-use facilities in Turkey.
The project involves the construction of a mixed-use facility on 200,000m2 area. It includes the construction of two residential towers and one office tower with a total area of 60,000m2 and a 140,000m2 shopping center
The project also includes the construction of cultural areas, cafes, restaurants and parking space for 2,600 vehicles, and the installation of elevators, and safety and security systems.
5 + Design, Swanke Hayden Connell Architects and EAA Emre Arolat Architects have been appointed as architects. Renaissance's in-house division will undertake construction works.
Although it was expected to start the construction in 2013, due to the ongoing legal problems, Tekfen and Renaissance are still awaiting the construction permit.
The project involves the construction of mixed-use facilities on 200,000m2 area in Bayrakli, Izmir, Turkey.
The US$508 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of two residential towers and one office tower with a total area of 60,000m2
2. Construction of a 140,000m2 shopping center
3. Construction of cultural areas
4. Construction of cafes
5. Construction of restaurants
6. Construction of parking space for 2,600 vehicles