Anchoring the new Emaar Square development, the 48-storey mixed-use tower is conceived as a new civic landmark and beacon for the district. The design combines luxury and urban lifestyles, creating an exciting new destination, with a hotel, spa and restaurant, on the Asian side of Istanbul. The scheme serves residents, hotel guests and the those living in, or visiting, the surrounding area.
The first nine levels of the tower contain a five-star hotel. Luxury residences are located above, ranging in size from a large one-bedroom apartment to a five-bedroom duplex penthouse. Two spectacular amenity floors provide private relaxation rooms, a steam room, sauna, and an expansive heated spa pool with panoramic view of the city. The Spa offers bespoke, traditional, and innovative treatments for guests and residents.
The hotel’s elegant Grand Ballroom has the capacity to seat up to 800 people and can be divided into three individual spaces. Crowning the tower is the unique Skyview viewing gallery and terrace, where guests can dine and unwind while overlooking the Bosporus strait, watching life go by between two continents – Europe and Asia.
The massing of the tower is split into three slender volumes, accentuating the verticality of the building, while providing each floor with a wider outlook. This allows many units to offer multiple double aspect rooms with exclusive views across the capital.
The Address achieves LEED Gold Certification through substantial eco-friendly and green initiatives that ensure environmental sustainability and guest wellbeing. Underground car parks, electric vehicle charging stations and reserved parking spaces for low emission vehicles reduce carbon emissions.
Efficient water flow and flush fixtures across the hotel save 20 percent of indoor water consumption. 50 percent of the landscape irrigation is reduced by incorporating local and adapted plants that consume less water. Recycled and regional materials are widely used, with more than 75 percent of the construction waste being recycled.
The Address was designed with mechanical ventilation, standardised fresh air and temperature set values throughout the building. The façade, mechanical equipment and lighting fixtures have been designed to achieve an energy-efficient building that will set a new benchmark in the region.