Area guide

Ayub Sultan is from the European regions of Istanbul. This region consists of the division of Fateh and Biaghloo regions. It is bordered on the east by Sarir, on the southeast by Kayit Haneh and Beyoghlu, on the southwest by Qazi Osman Pasha and Bayram Pasha, on the south by Zaytun Borno and Fateh, and on the west by Arnavat Koi and Sultan Ghazi. The population of Ayub Sultan region is about 350 thousand people. This area has an area of 242 square kilometers and 28 neighborhoods.

The name of this region is taken from the name of Abu Ayub Al Naseri and it is considered as one of the first industrial areas of Istanbul. This area is also known as Pirlotti. There is a hill next to Ayub Sultan’s tomb, from the top of which you can find a beautiful view of the confluence of the Bosphorus and the Golden Horn Bay.

Neighborhoods of this area are: Aajli neighborhood, Akpinar neighborhood, Aksmstein neighborhood, Alibibikoi neighborhood, Chiftalan neighborhood, Chirjir neighborhood, Daftardar neighborhood, Domjilar neighborhood, Asappeh Tappeh neighborhood, Asen Tappeh neighborhood, Gok Turk Tor Ahshan neighborhood, Gohash neighborhood Isklar neighborhood, Islamby neighborhood, Karadolap neighborhood, Markaz neighborhood, Mimar Sinan neighborhood, Mithat Pasha neighborhood, Nishanji neighborhood, Odayeri neighborhood, Pirinchaji neighborhood, Ramiyo Juma neighborhood, Ramiyini neighborhood, Sakarya neighborhood, Silah Taraul neighborhood, Pahar Jarah neighborhood.

Attractive centers and social and cultural life

Sights and historical monuments of Ayub Sultan are: Pirlotti Hill, Ayub Sultan Mosque, Ayub Sultan Historical Tomb, Jafar Pasha Historical School, Istanbul Central Historical Complex, Gokterak Pond, Zal Pasha Mosque, Ayvat Amusement Park, Fashaneh Textile Complex, Ayub Sultan Cabin Trap And the Golden Horn Bay.

Pirlotti Hill: From this hill you can see a unique view of the Golden Horn Bay, as well as cafes, restaurants and small shops that sell various souvenirs.

Ayub Sultan Mosque: This mosque is one of the magnificent historical monuments of Istanbul in the historical region of Ayub Sultan.

Jafar Pasha Historical School: This monument has dozens of small classrooms and a large hall that is the office of this complex. The classroom and the surroundings of Jafar Pasha School are made of wood.

Istanbul Central Historical Complex: It is one of the oldest power plants in Istanbul.

Gok Turk Pond: This beautiful and recreational complex is one of the largest nature parks in Istanbul, which is the predominant tree species in the oak region.

Zal Pasha Mosque: It is one of the sights of Istanbul and has attracted the attention of many domestic and foreign tourists.

Aivat Amusement Park: This leaf park was established in 2011 and is one of the 9 nature parks in the Belgrade forest.

Fashaneh Textile Complex: Founded in 1821 by Sultan Mahmud to sew clothes for the new army, it was put into operation and is now used as an international exhibition and cultural center.

The area also has shopping malls including Eyup Park Shopping Mall, Living Center, Isfahan Shopping Mall, White Hill Shopping Mall, Axis Istanbul Shopping Mall and Halich Jewelry Mall Shopping Mall.

The educational coverage of this area is complete and the students can easily choose the school and college they want, which are: Private Black Seagull Belt College, Ugur Belt College, Nature College, private schools of Haysar Educational Foundation

Access to public transport

Metro and tram lines in the area are not yet operational, but many bus and minibus lines cover residential areas in the area. The metrobus crosses the southernmost border of the Ayub Sultan region.

Restaurants and hotels

Hotels in this area are Elegant Hotel, Lazoni Hotel, Millennium Hotel

Benefits of living in Ayub Sultan area

  • High value of property and land for investment
  • Neighborhood with important and valuable areas of Istanbul, including Sarir and Beyoglu
  • Beautiful view of the confluence of the Bosphorus and the Bay of Golden Horn
  • There are several famous shopping malls
  • Existence of cultural and historical attractions
  • Complete educational coverage

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