Sultanbeyli is an area of Istanbul, Turkey, found inland on the Asian side of the city. It has a populace of 298,143 starting at 2011, more than triple the 1990 figure of 82,298. The leader is Huseyin Keskin of the Justice and Development Party. Sultanbeyli is a landlocked locale, flanked by Sancaktepe toward the west, Pendik toward the east and Kartal toward the south-west. Generally the Sultanbeyli region was farmland on the furthest edges of Istanbul, until 1945 when the huge land property of the Ottoman time frame were separated, and 7,500 sections of land of land around the old Ankara-Istanbul street was parcelized for the settlement of Turkish transients from Bulgaria.
In 1957, Sultanbeyli was formally sorted out as a town, and after its foundation a few investors started to offer their plots of land. The handover of the title deed for these deals couldn't be done on the grounds that the ranger service organization put confinements on Sultanbeyli, yet the deals proceeded. Sultanbeyli turned into a vast settlement focus in the late 1980s after the association of the O-4 Motorway to the recently developed Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge in 1988. The new transport joins made the town an alluring area for settlement, and somewhere in the range of 1985 and 1990, Sultanbeyli's populace soar from 3741 to 82 298.