Your office defines your business and its location is the one thing that gives the biggest hint all over the world. London has Mayfair, Paris has Avenue des Champs-Élysées and Istanbul has her primary and secondary districts. Esentepe-Levent district is undoubtedly the primary Central business District (CBD), whereas Maslak is the more budget friendly office region. Consisting of two parts in two continents, Istanbul also offers a business area in Kozyatağı-West Ataşehir district in Anatolian side.
Public Transportation Network
Having metro as the main public transportation network, Istanbul developed her central business district accordingly. Regions such as Cihangir, Galata or Karaköy (Beyoğlu district) also have office buildings, but very far away from modern office building standards. Nevertheless, these regions have their own nature of business and are far more welcoming to companies with young teams, especially to those with creative nature. Vast majority of advertising, publishing, marketing agency and such companies inhabit in this district.
Industrial properties are also spread to both outer skirts of Istanbul. In addition to many organized industrial zones, there are also many individual industrial buildings serving both in manufacturing and logistics sectors. Main difference between those in Istanbul and units in Europe is that; most of those are multistory buildings because natural geography of Istanbul is uneven.
The Heart of The Business Beats in Istanbul.
At the end of the day Istanbul is the heart of business and civil life of Turkey and home of at least 16 million people. As a result of the natural involvement of the city rising above her inheritance of millennia, Istanbul has everything to offer to you whatever your business’s need may be. You can have your space in CBD in your dark suit or run your business in flip-flops in Beyoğlu. Anything that you may ask for can very easily be provided with right guidance.