SOHO II

Experience the perfect balance between nature of Mediterranan coast and urban lifestyle.

Officina Armare’s meticulous attention to residents’ experience is manifested in the interplay of details and materiality, nature and innovation. Soho II offers the perfect balance between nature of Mediterranan coast and urban lifestyle.

The residential complex is a monolithic building with beautiful modern architecture. The facade of the building has a fairly large area of external glazing which makes the complex even more stylish while having a brilliant appearance. At the same time environmentally friendly materials and energy saving technologies will be used in construction.

Outdoor living also plays an outsized role in the Soho II’s aesthetics. The interiors seamlessly segue to a resort-style backyard outfitted with a large swimming pool, outdoor bar and a lounge area.

The project location is surrounded by gardens and green fields, at the same time not far from the developed infrastructure of the Kargıcak and Mahmutlar regions.

Project is combining mediterranean characteristics with modern architecture, Soho II reflects a version of traditional construction that is shaped by modern solutions and is executed to perfection.

Besides the premium quality five-star hotel comfort apartments, amenities include a lounge, lobby, light-filled fitness center, landscaped garden,bar, large pool and sauna, offering the residents a modern, convenient, and luxurious living experience in the neighborhood.

Construction of Soho II will take place in Summer 2021.

Gursoy Developments is a real estate development, construction, and investment firm raising the bar of residential, hospitality, and mixed-use projects in Alanya. Company has developed over dozens of luxury residential projects in the region, including the latest projects Retro City and Retro Cleopatra. Gursoy Development’s goal is to redefine what it means to be a real estate developer in the twenty-first century. The firm is dedicated to pushing design boundaries and aligning incentives to leave the urban landscape better served by its buildings.