IPERA is a boutique property developer focused on building and promoting some of the most attractive and exclusive properties in the urban centre of Istanbul. As an integral part of the social and cultural revival of Pera (Beyoglu) , IPERA’s notion of boutique real estate development runs in parallel with the region’s re-emergence over the past 10 years as a stylish and eclectic residential and commercial quarter.

In placing a strong emphasis on innovation along with quality and attention to detail, we create lasting value for the eventual purchasers of our properties as well as contributing to the development and rejuvenation of the areas that we work and invest in such as Galata and Aynalı Cesme quarters in Beyoglu district.

With a 10-year track record in delivering highly regarded and award-winning projects, IPERA takes pride in adhering to consistent standards of excellence in all aspects of its business.

Design and innovation are always at the forefront in any IPERA development project. Whether it be the restoration project of a listed historical building or total redevelopment of a plot of land, IPERA aims to achieve the highest standards of contemporary architecture and design within the context of each individual project.


  • Arkitera Developer of the Year Award (2012).
  • Graphic Designers Guild, Promotional Materials Design Award (2014)


As a Turkish boutique property developer committed to uncompromising standards of excellence, IPERA is always looking at new real estate investment opportunities in Istanbul and Beyoğlu district in particular. We are open to project based collaborations with like-minded institutional and private investors where we would be able to add value through our knowledge of the market, operational know-how and professional team with experience in all the relevant fields of a development project.

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As a stakeholder and integral part of Pera, IPERA thrives from embracing its long-term commitment to the sustainable development of the region. Resorting to creative and unconventional methods to make a positive contribution to Pera is ingrained in IPERA’s DNA.