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يقع مشروع روتانا الفاخر في منطقة غونشلي

عند نقطة إلتقاء الطريق السريع E80 مع طريق Basin Express  السريع المؤدي إلى مطار اتاتورك الدولي فهو يبعد 15 دقيقة فقط عن ساحة تقسيم و5 دقائق عن مطار اتاتورك في منطقة تعد آمنة ومريحة للأجانب، كما أنها منطقة ذات عائد مرتفع في الاستثمار والإيجار، ويتميز هذا المشروع بموقعه الاستراتيجي فهو يقع مقابل أكبر مول في اسطنبول ويبعد 5 دقائق عن كل من مدينة المعارض ومركز التجارة العالمي.

تم بناء المشروع على مساحة 10.000 متر مربع ويتكون من 31 طابق:

  • الالطابق الأرضي: لوبي، وحدات تجارية.
  • الطوابق الثلاثة الأولى: مواقف سيارات، صالة عرض مفتوحة.
  • الطابق الرابع: مطعم، بار، مخبز.
  • الطابق الخامس: غرفة الاجتماعات.
  • الطوابق من 6 – 13: فندق CENTRO  بإدارة روتانا.
  • الطابق 14: المرافق الاجتماعية (بركة سباحة ومركز لياقة بدنية وساونا، جاكوزي، غرفة بخار…)
  • الطوابق من 15 – 31: فندق ARJAN.

شقق فاخرة للبيع في اسطنبول في مشروع يفتح أبواب السعادة على مصراعيه لساكنيه من خلال توفيره كل وسائل الراحة والمتعة والاستجمام، من مسابح وقاعة للياقة البدنية، ساونا، وحمام تركي، بالإضافة لغرف التراس. في حين يمكنكم تأمين احتياجاتكم من المحلات التجارية المتوفرة ضمن المشروع نفسه والتي تعكس آخر صيحات الموضة وتلبي جميع احتياجاتكم اليومية، فضلا عن الكافيهات التي تضفي جوا ممتعا للتسوق.

من أهم مميزات المشروع أن شركة روتانا سوف تكون مسؤولة عن الاستثمار في المشروع الفندقي حيث بإمكان مالكي العقارات أن يقوموا بتأجير الشقق لشركة روتانا مباشرة بعقد مدته 10 سنوات، حيث أن عائدات الأرباح مضمونة لمدة عامين:

ضمان عائد الاستثمار
  • شقق غرفة نوم وصالة 1+1 مساحة 87 متر مربع مع 2 حمام (العائد الاستثماري 20.000$).
  • شقق غرفتين نوم وصالة 2+1 مساحة 122 متر مربع مع 2 حمام (العائد الاستثماري 25.000$).
  • شقق غرفتين نوم وصالة 2+1 مساحة 155 متر مربع مع 3 حمام (العائد الاستثماري 30.000$).
طريقة الدفع:

دفعة أولى 35% وتقسيط لغاية 24 شهر.

المشروع قيد الإنشاء وسوف يتم تسليمه في نهاية 2017.

Armchair traveling

Yesterday was World Book Day, which gives me an excuse to discuss the combination of two of my favourite activities: reading and traveling. For the past few years, I have made a habit of reading about a place before I visit. 1,882 more words

Travel

President Trump Declines to Call Killing of Armenians a Genocide

(WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump is recalling the death and suffering of more than 1 million Armenians during the final years of the Ottoman Empire, without describing it as genocide. 105 more words

On This Date We Remember...

On this date in 1915, hundreds of Armenian intellectuals – Christians, for the most part – were forcibly deported from the Turkish capital of Constantinople. The number soon escalated into the thousands, and most were eventually murdered. 194 more words

NEWS

Astronomy in the Anatolia

Astronomy in the Anatolia[1]

Madrasah or “Madrasa” is Arabic for “educational institution.” The Cacabey Astronomy Madrasah was built in 1272, being one of the historical structures in Kırşehir, Cacabey Turkey. 230 more words

Astronomers

Η Αγκυρα καλύπτει τον δήμιο χριστιανών κληρικών

“Ο ΘΕΟΣ ΕΙΝΑΙ ΜΕΓΑΛΟΣ” ΟΥΡΛΙΑΖΟΥΝ, ΚΑΘΩΣ ΣΦΑΖΟΥΝ ΣΑΝ ΑΡΝΙ ΚΑΘΟΛΙΚΟ ΙΕΡΕΑ…

Το βίντεο με την εκτέλεση του Συροκαθολικού ιερέα με πρωταγωνιστή τον Αμπντουραχμάνοφ (δεύτερος από δεξιά).

WORLD

Libya: What To Do?

Libya has been in the news, not so much in the US but the rest of the world is watching, at every turn the news is that ISIS is taking it in the butt…..however the divisions among the different factions is still a kettle at boiling point. 480 more words

International Situations

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Libya: What To Do?

Libya has been in the news, not so much in the US but the rest of the world is watching, at every turn the news is that ISIS is taking it in the butt…..however the divisions among the different factions is still a kettle at boiling point. But let’s say the shooting is over and Libya becomes a calm region….but what would be the government that would protect this calm? Well there is the typical answer when dealing with the Arab world….a federal government. I say typical because it has been proposed for two other countries at war….Iraq and Syria……(check out the proposals) Source: How About a Federalized Iraq? – In Saner Thought Source: The Partition Of Syria – In Saner Thought And now there is talk of a partitioning of Libya…..
History repeats itself, it is often said. The strife facing modern-day Libya—strife largely born of and fueled by internal, sometimes tribal divisions—is only the latest iteration in a longstanding pattern. As the Italians discovered during their colonization of Libya, and as ISIS discovered when it conquered Sirte, and as the international community has recently discovered in a multitude of ways, Libya is a deeply divided country. Without a real approach to that reality—including perhaps creating a confederal model for Libya—Libyans themselves will continue to be their own worst enemies.
Source: A house divided: Why partitioning Libya might be the only way to save it | Brookings Institution This idea was floated by an adviser of Trump…one Gorka….Politico covered his proposal written on a napkin…..
Dear Dr. Gorka, So I hear you’re interested in being Donald Trump’s envoy to Libya. You even sketched a plan on a napkin to partition the country. The plan would divide Libya into three provinces that date back to the Ottoman Empire in the 16th century, and thereby solve Libya’s current crisis. If it were only that simple.
Source: So You Want to Partition Libya … – POLITICO Magazine Some, like myself, do know think that partitioning is the answer….it is not a good idea for Iraq nor Syria….and Libya fits into that disapproval nicely…..
In their final communique at the end of their two-day meeting in Italy on April 10, the foreign ministers of the Group of Seven yet again expressed their unequivocal support of the Libyan political agreement and its transitional government headed by Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj, while calling on all armed groups in the Libyan capital to “desist from actions that would exacerbate internal division and fuel further conflict.”
What is worth noting in the statement on Libya is the clear expression of support to the country’s territorial integrity and unity, which clearly rejects any idea of a possible breakup of the country as a way of stabilizing it, since its quarreling factions have failed to accept any form of a political solution. The statement read, “We reaffirm our commitment to preserving the sovereignty, integrity and unity of Libya.”
Libya will have its problems after the hostilities….but breaking the country up is NOT the best answer.