Mace delivers for Maslak Konaklama in Istanbul
Mace has delivered a high-end serviced residence development for Maslak Konaklama in Istanbul. Somerset Maslak Istanbul comprises 165 residences, ranging from studios to four bedroom apartments.
Mace has taken a number of roles on the project over the last year and a half, including design management, project management, cost management, and procurement of both OS&E and FF&E.
Each of the project’s 165 residences comes with spacious living spaces and a fully-equipped kitchen and bathrooms. The property features leisure amenities such as the outdoor swimming pool, gymnasium, residents' lounge and children's playroom, as well as a business centre that comes with high-speed wireless internet connection and business support services.
Somerset Maslak Istanbul is part of ‘Maslak 1453’, Europe's largest lifestyle development, which comprises of 24 towers of three types (A, B & C) and includes around 4,040 homes, a shopping mall, a cinema, an outdoor theatre and a number of other amenities for residents.
Ryan McIvor, Mace’s Country Director for Turkey, said:
“Working with Maslak Konaklama and The Ascott Limited on this project has been a fantastic experience – it has been a real privilege to work with such an engaged and enthusiastic client, and international operator on a prestigious scheme. The end result is a building that the entire project team can be proud of. We hope that this is the start of a long-term relationship between ourselves and both Maslak Konaklama and Ascott.”
Maslak Konaklama’s Investment Director, Zohair Alhariri said:
“It was a great experience to work with Mace on this project. During the selection process, Mace was selected based on their reputation and track record. During the life of the project, Mace integrated very well with the construction team. The project was managed in a very professional manner, and the results show the level of quality and value Mace added. Mace’s team was a pleasure to work with, and we look forward to future opportunities to work with them again”.
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