REAL ESTATE SUMMITSBACK
Turkish Real Estate Summit 10 and ISTANBUL REstate Real Estate and Investment Fair
15 - 17 June 2010 (Lutfi Kirdar Congress and Exhibition Center)
The tenth edition of Real Estate Summit traditionally organized since 2000 was held together with ISTANBUL REstate Exhibition between 15-17 June 2010 at Lutfi Kirdar Congress and Exhibition Center in Istanbul.
The Summit took a closer look at the World Economy, and Turkey’s Expectations and Situation in the World Economy, The New Foreign Policies, Neighboring Countries and Real Estate Investments, Urban Design, and Cities of the Future. The highlights of the 2-day exhibition and the panels within were Innovation, Shopping Mall Investments in Turkey: Experiences and Expectations, Facility Management, High Rise Living, Urban Regeneration and Healthy Cities, Dubai: Learned Lessons, Ecological Architectural City Design, Energy and Sustainability, Post-crisis Development in Europe and Developing Countries and Ways to Deal with Crisis, Regional Development and European Funding - a means of coping with the crisis, and The EU-Black Sea Strategy. The session titled The Turkish Real Estate Market After the Global Crisis and Prognoses for 2015 set the tone of the Exhibition in the first day of the Summit. The panels held on the second day had a detailed look at Residential Investments: The Problem of the Industry and Suggested Solutions, New Solutions to Financing Real Estate Market, Consultancy Today: adding Value to Real Estate Projects and International Standards versus Turkish Expectations; Turkish Hotel Brands Going International, International Hotel Groups Entering Turkey, Criteria for Hotel Investment and Financing, Turkey’s Secondary Cities Dressed for Success, Hotel Development in Turkey’s Secondary Cities.
Displaying about 100 projects from local and international companies in 1300 sqm of the total 1500 sqm exhibition area, ISTANBUL REstate Real Estate Exhibition enabled 81 companies and also, the number of visitors reached 1300 this year and 10 percent of it is comprised of foreign visitors.