TheMall of Istanbul, is one of the biggest malls of Turkey and hosts the leading brands in the world and Turkey.With its 350 stores, gourmet center, MOiPark, the first specially designed theme park, traditional arts street and performance arts center, Mall of Istanbul Shopping Center gives a distinct dynamism and poised to be Turkey’s most functional shopping center with this concept.Mall of Istanbul hosts the worlds and Turkey’s leading brands with its leasable area of approximately 156 thousand square meters and a total of 350 stores. At MOİ where Migros, Koçtaş, Media Markt, Teknosa, Zara, Mudo, YKM are the leading stores, Toyzz Shop opened its biggest store andVictoria Secrethas its full concept store in Turkey.
Debenhams opened its second store with a new concept in Turkey at MOİ and furthermore, MOİ also hosts one of the biggest stores of LCW opened in malls in Turkey.
Decathlonof France andMiss Selfridgeof Britain are only some of the global brands that opened their locations for the first time in the malls owned by Torunlar REIC.Mall of Istanbul has five atria, three large and two small, each with different concepts.
With 83 escalators and 42 lifts, the mall provides its visitors with easy navigation and shopping opportunity with its vast aisles.
With 16 theaters and 3,050 seating capacity, Turkey’s biggest cinema complex is another special division at Mall of Istanbul. All theaters, which will give service by Torunlar-owned Cinetech brand, are equipped with state-of-the-art digital audiovisual technology systems.The complex also includes a hotel with 300 room capacity and a 37,500 Sqm entertainment and catering area, including a 10,000 Sqm amusement park, a 1,200 seat multi-purpose auditorium, a 16-screen cinema, and a 7,200 Sqm snow park, restaurants and cafes.
Located 14 miles/23 kilometers west of Istanbul in the Ikitelli district, the Mall of Istanbul presents spectacular exterior graphics and signage and a breathtaking panorama of its signature curvilinear forms and soaring towers.
Istiklal Street, a contemporary interpretation of one of Istanbul’s historic streets, is a pedestrian trolley-serviced tree-lined street lined with shops and cafes that curves up 19 feet/six meters and on the east side of the mall, connecting the main arrivals plaza to the roof level’s dining and entertainment features. Esthetically and architecturally, the Mall is inspired by the layers of culture, design, history, symbols and materials that have evolved over the centuries in this unique Eurasian metropolis.