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YDA Center is another Real Estate Development Project of the YDA Group. The construction contract of flat for land basis was signed with the Ankara Metropolitan Municipality, according to which the YDA implements a Real Estate Development Project that consists of offices and commercial areas on 6 (revised 10) lots on the mapsection 29096 in the Çankaya district, Karakusunlar neighborhood. On the south flank of the project is a park with an underground parking lot, and a food-court in a beautiful landscape, to serve the dwellers of the office tower, and the people of the city. The complex consists of 3 main components: the ‘Urban Plaza,’ a ‘High Flat Office,’ and a ‘Park’ with an ‘Urban Space’ connecting the three components. The rate of completion at end of 2016 was 32%. Turning engineering into art, the new symbol of the city, YDA Center, rests at the heart of Ankara. It is located on a major transportation artery, the Eskişehir Road, where all roads intersect, and connects easily to the Konya Road, Anadolu Boulevard, and Sakıp Sabancı Boulevard. The Ankara Söğütözü Station of the metro opens to the YDA Center, which is at walking distance to ministry buildings, the Chamber of Commerce, hotels, private hospitals and shopping malls.
YDA Center is the first business and residential project in Ankara that has a direct connection to the metro station.


YDA Construction Trade and Industry, Inc. (70%) and Bortor Tourism Construction Trade Co., Ltd. (30%) jointly undertook the project. Construction started at the end of 2014 and the planned date of targeted is August 2018 for the residences and December 2018 for the offices.

The investment project covers of the construction of 3 residential blocks of 38 and 39 floors above ground level with a total of 324 residential units and 5 office blocks for commercial use on a property owned by the Central Union of Turkish Agriculture Cooperatives. The 49,134 m2 land is situated in the Söğütözü neighborhood of the Çankaya District in Ankara, on 7 lots on Map Section No. 16,136.

The breakdown of residences is 266 4-bedroom units, 37 5-bedroom units, 12 suites-combined units, and 9 duplex units. Offices will be offered in various sizes. The Contract concluded with the employer, the Central Union of Turkish Agriculture Cooperatives, on 9th May 2011 provides guaranteed fixed income- sharing in return for land. Construction of the project commenced in accordance with the articles of the above-mentioned contract after obtaining all necessary project approvals and licenses.

The construction area for office buildings is 224,700 m2, and for residential buildings 144,000 m2, with a total closed construction area of 368,700 m2. In addition to the offices and residential units, the project also includes a supermarket of 3,000 m2, a gym and spa of 8,000 m2, restaurants and cafés of 2,500 m2. A premium, A-plus approach will be adopted for the construction and sale of the residential and office buildings.

The location of this project makes it unique. It is situated in very close proximity to Ankara’s main transport arteries, and is suitable for both residential and office buildings. Access to this location by mass transportation, metro, or private vehicles is fast and convenient. Its proximity to all governmental offices is important for office use. The abundance of green space surrounding the property will help residents unwind.


In 2014 YDA Construction Industry and Trade, Inc. Started the Real Estate Development works of the project, whose building license has recently been issued. Construction of the project will commence in September 2017. The planned date of completion for the YDA Parkline Residences Project is December 2019. The YDA Parkline project is located on the Park Street axis, a bustling commercial street in the Çayyolu district, between the rapidly developing Çayyolu and Yaşamkent. Our project is composed of a total of 493 residential units, most of which are 4-bedroom apartments, and commercial and social areas that give service to these units. In addition to the extra care shown to the way the units are organized, attention has been given to offer an integrated approach and a diversity of services to residents such as an Indoor Pool, Fitness, Sauna, Massage Room, Turkish Bath, Playgrounds, a Social Life Center with a Cafeteria, a Supermarket to meet Daily needs, and a variety of Commercial Spaces. All buildings on the approximately 33 thousand m2 land have been positioned on the perimeter so that the project can provide the largest possible green areas for use. Tall building blocks,
which symbolize the project, have been placed along the North axis of the area overlooking the forest, in order to avoid blocks to be seen and felt dense. These blocks have been designed in differing heights to distinguish the project from others and to prevent monotony. As a result of this work, a 26,500 m2 landscape has been created in addition to the block bases. On the south axis of the area are horizontal mass solutions for several reasons such as having a balancing effect considering the entirety of the buildings, preventing the casting of shadows on the green space at the center, and catering to individuals, who prefer to be surrounded by greenery. A novel scheme that circles the core has been used instead of a symmetrical layout so that each apartment in the high building blocks is the only one dominating its own façade, an advantage which is accentuated in the use of balconies and winter gardens. This idea was adopted as the basic of planning. Apartments’ interiors present a cuisine for the entire family to spend more time with each other that combines the kitchen with the living area, positioned at the center of the entrance and the main hallway, so that the entrance is bright and spacious, and that all daytime living areas are together. The living room is the most spacious area of the unit, positioned in a corner in order to get sunlight and offer views from two façades. Spacious in the apartment are not only living areas, but also the cloakroom, laundry room, and walk-in closet, all sensibly designed to accommodate ease of use. The aim is to create a Project which caters to the various existing and potential needs of its residents, combining spacious and versatile units, offering a lush green and rich social activities bringing residents together.


The Mass Housing Administration of Turkey issued a tender for the construction of a Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency (BRSA) Building in the Istanbul International Financial Center. YDA Construction Industry
and Trade, Inc. will carry out the project based on a “revenue sharing in return for land sale” model. The Project designs for the BRSA building have been completed and the construction site has been arranged and mobilized. Following approval, the construction will start in the first half of 2016 and the targeted completion date is December 2018. The Contract covers any turnkey work related to the common areas catering to offices and the shopping mall, and the office area to be delivered to BRSA. Shell and core concept will be applied in the construction of the independent units of the offices and the shopping mall to be put on sale or lease. The project covers 3 blocks of 326,000 m2 that rise on a platform of basement+7 stories that spread over a lot of land with a surface area of 21,717 m2. The basement and the 1st floor is occupied by shops and lobby area and upper floors consist of office spaces. Two of the 3 blocks consist of basement+17 floors and belong to YDA. The other block is basement+28 floors and belongs to BRSA. There are additional 7 underground floors below the basement, which have been allocated to YDA and BRSA. The areas that belong to BRSA include service areas, parking lots, and technical areas while areas that belong to YDA serve as a parking lot, storage areas, and technical areas. The YDA/BRSA Project will become the heart of the Financial Center as a 24-hour open campus, creating jobs for 30,000 people. The purpose of this modern complex is to make Istanbul an international financial center, thereby creating a brand. The Istanbul International Financial Center is a strong and prestigious high-end project that is destined to become a center of attraction on an urban scale with an extremely high value. In this unprecedented Project in Turkey, where special emphasis has been placed on harmony, and unique and rich design features; and where innovative, sustainable, and state-of-the-art buildings have been designed to meet the LEED criteria.


The Mass Housing Administration of Turkey issued a tender for the 2nd phase of Ankara Gölbaşı Incek Housing Project. The project covers the construction, landscaping and the infrastructure works of 1,585 housing units, a recreational facility, a primary school with 32 classrooms, a mosque, gym, commercial center, and 3 cafeterias. YDA – Yüksel Partnership undertakes the project with a targeted completion date of August 2017. The project consists of 1,585 housing units, 25 parking lots, a recreational facility, a primary school with 32 classrooms, a mosque, gym, trade center, and 3 cafeterias. The project is a modern building complex with 35 residential blocks of 6 different types consisting of either 14 or 25 floors above ground level. The rate of completion at end of 2016 was 54.60%.
This TOKI (Mass Housing Administration of Turkey) project is adorned with social facilities and green spaces.


Located in a bustling area of Ankara, Batıkent, this is a mixed-use project with an aim to become a center of highquality living with its modern architecture, social facilities, and green space. Batıkent is located on the main transport axis with direct access to Ostim, Anadolu Boulevard, the Ring Road and the Istanbul Road. The project is built on 330 thousand m2 in 19 blocks and 4,500 units that are one-, two-, three-, or four-bedroom partments. This massive Residential Complex project aims to become a center of attraction in the area with its shopping mall with streetfacing shops, supermarket, gas stations, entertainment center for the family and children, social life center, and recreational areas.