Akaretler Row Houses
The Akaretler Row Houses were built in the 19th century by Sultan Abdulaziz to accommodate the most prominent and high-ranking officials of Dolmabahce Palace. After careful research into their cultural and historical significance, the Row Houses were authentically restored in Akaretler, one of the most distinguished and historic districts of Istanbul.

The restoration process was a major undertaking, and it took several years to complete. However, the results were worth it, as the Row Houses were brought back to their former glory. The restoration project also enriched the social fabric of Istanbul, as the Row Houses now offer a variety of venues and galleries that offer their own historically- conscious artistic touches.

In total, the project encompasses 592,000 SF with 98 offices and residences, 42 shops and restaurants, and the W Istanbul. The Akaretler Row Houses and W Istanbul have been collectively recognized as an outstanding recent development and were chosen as a winner of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Awards for Excellence: Europe, Middle East, and Africa.

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