Galataport Istanbul, which has been closed to the public for more than 200 years and extends along for 1.2 km on the shore of Karaköy overlooking the Bosphorus, with the goal of becoming one of the most luxurious ports in the world, opens its doors at the end of October.
The occupancy rate of the stores and food and beverage areas in Galataport, which has an investment value of 1.7 billion dollars, the tender of which was won by Doğuş Holding in 2013 for 702 million dollars and then Bilgili Holding is a partner, exceeded 80%.
In the shopping district constructed on an area of 52 thousand square meters, there are brands that appeal to all groups, as well as groups that will enter Turkey from this point for the first time. There are many luxury brands, from Vakko to Beymen, from Nusret to Sait, in the area where nearly 5 thousand people are expected to be employed. It is expected that there will be an annual trade activity of approximately 1 billion dollars in the region.