The fascinating part of the city
Housing Units: 212
Commercial Unit: 3
Total Land Area: 30,730 m2
Total Construction Area: 190,000 m2
Date of Completion: December 2018
Commercial Area: 33,200 m2
Loft-Apartment Building: 17 floors
Residential Tower Block: 46 floors
Office + Studio Tower: 4 floors
Floor Shopping Mall: 3
One Project, Four Different Life Styles
The first mixed project of famous architect Emre Arolat in Ankara, Kuzu Effect will make Ankara more impressive by offering four different living spaces, namely:
• Shopping Center.
Located in Ankara’s Oran district, a highly valued part of the city, Kuzu Effect is Ankara’s most impressive mixed-use development project. Adjacent to the METU Forest with views of the Eymir Lake, it lies at the heart of Çankaya surrounded by nature, a lake and a forest.
Featuring a unique concept and architectural design, the development not only serves to boost the living standards in the capital but also makes a spectacular addition to the city’s skyline. Kuzu Effect Project offers housing units from 1+1 to 5+1 apartments ranging from 80 m2 to 408 m2 in the residence and loft block, offices providing a qualified and safe working environment with different sizes for home office and other uses, outdoor and indoor swimming pools, a gym and various social facilities.
Respect for the Environment
Kuzu Effect, aiming at earning the first LEED Gold certification as a mixed-use project in Ankara, met all the criteria and became Ankara’s largest/highest LEED Gold certified development. Developed as an environmentally and ecologically sensitive project, Kuzu Effect helps save energy and water, and features a 19,000 m2 green space.
Designed with an eco-friendly approach, the project stands out with its preserved trees and terraces designed as green roofs. It also highlights the concept of a breathing shopping center with its retractable roof in summers.