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Metrocity Shopping Mall

Metrocity, opened on April 30, 2003, is a modern shopping mall in the finance and business quarter of 1. Levent in Istanbul, Turkey, with a direct connection to 1. Levent subway station.

metrocityThe complex is comprised of a shopping mall and 3 towers which rise above it: a 27-floor office tower on Büyükdere Avenue (31 floors when counted from the Zincirlikuyu level at the opposite side)[1], and two residential towers, each having 31 floors (35 floors from Zincirlikuyu level)

Metrocity features 140 stores offering international and domestic labels, variety of restaurants and cafeterias on 4 floors with a covered area of 60,000 m². There is a MMM Migros supermarket, a department store and a strong food court. The complex’s parking lot has a capacity of 2,500 cars.

The unique architectural concept of the shopping center’s roof covering made out of Teflon coated fiberglass fabric, first application of this size ever used over a shopping mall, gives the visitors the feeling of shopping under the daylight. Easy access within the complex is provided by 3 panoramic, 5 elevators and 36 escalators. - 2007