Beylikdüzü is one of the western provinces of Istanbul. There are Marmaris Sea in the south, Avcılar in the east, Büyükçekmece in the west, and Esenyurt in the north. The surface area is 360 km2.
Beylikdüzü is one of the rare cities with no slum-dwelling in Istanbul. According to a survey conducted by the municipality’s municipality, which houses mass housing projects and luxury sites, 40 percent of residents are college graduates. Beylikdüzü is one of the most cosmopolitan districts of Istanbul, which is like a Turkish mosque, and a large number of foreign citizens reside in the district. Beylikduzu is a European city standard with green areas exceeding 10M² per person. In almost every street and town of Beylikduzu there are trees with symmetrical intervals. With its wide streets, boulevards, sidewalks and green spaces, Beylilkdüzü represents Istanbul’s planned urbanized new face.