Turkey revamps IFC at full throttle, set to launch rental…

(MENAFN) Improvements to one of Turkey’s innovative projects, the Istanbul Financial Center (IFC), are moving forward at full speed, with rents for the groundbreaking facility set to begin shortly.

By making Istanbul an international economic hub, Turkey aims to increase the country’s fiscal attractiveness on the world stage, as well as develop product development and facilities for economic markets.

Anadolu Agency observed the center both from ground level and from the air to see the progress being made at the vast hub, located in the financial capital of Türkiye.

Istanbul Economics Center, 81% complete in April, boasts 1.4 million square meters of office space, a 100,000 square meter (approx. 1.1 million square foot) shopping center, a meeting and performance center for 2,100 people, a five-star hotel covering 30,000 square meters (nearly 323,000 square feet) and a parking lot with a volume of 26,000 automobiles.


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