Esenler has borders with the districts of Sultangazi, Gaziosmanpaşa, Bayrampaşa, Zeytinburnu, Bağcılar, Başakşehir, and Güngören. Esenler consists of 18 neighborhoods. Its area is 52 km² in total. Fountains, aqueducts, and mosques which are belonging to the Byzantine and Ottoman periods, are among the historical structures that have reached today. Besides, Atışalan Aqueduct, Hünkar Summer Palace, and Davutpaşa Barracks are some of the important visiting areas reflecting the history of this region.
Esenler left Güngören with the changes made in 1993. Esenler which is the 33rd district of Istanbul is the 11th district of Istanbul in terms of geographical size and the 12th district in terms of population. Its total population has been determined as 459,983 people according to the latest data.
Real Estate Investment in Esenler
Branded housing projects implemented after the reconstruction permit, the developing metro lines, and the renewed intercity bus terminal are changing the face of the district. While the liveliness of real estate projects in the region blisses the sector out, an increase is observed in the current real estate prices in Esenler.
56.000 out of 96.100 houses have been transformed within the scope of the urban transformation project! Housing prices for sale is increased by 2.02% in the last year in the Esenler. The average depreciation period in the Esenler district is calculated as 19 years.
The average for sale residential property size is 100 square meters. As of the end of 2020, the most valuable neighborhoods in this area for housing are Turgut Reis, Kemer, Birlik, Menderes, and Fevzi Çakmak.