Elysium Art Sisli
Elysium Art Şişli is a residential project in Şişli Bomonti, located at the heart of Istanbul and in the center of life. With a unique Art concept, it offers a comfortable and appealing living space.
Elysium Art Şişli, an investment opportunity whose value will consistently rise, was arranged to comprise 1 bedroom apartments that will provide high rental income starting from 66 sqm2, which may be combined to create 2 bedrooms, 3 bedroom, 4 bedroom and 4.5 bedroom apartments.
Elysium Art Şişli is a residence project based on this philosophy that will bring investment and art together under one single roof. Considering the common habit of viewing art only in art galleries and museums, Elysium Art Şişli provides its buyers, as part of its ‘Art Concept’, with seeing- and even beyond, experiencing numerous works of art within the daily routine of life.
They are offering the privilege of experiencing art in all kinds of spaces and keeping up with the modern silhouette of Istanbul. Elysium Art Şişli brings together under a single living space the most esteemed artists in Turkey and their works of photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and their artwork explicitly designed for this project.
As property prices continue to increase in the Şişli region, which has become a favorite spot for local and foreign investors, the money invested in the Elysium Art Şişli Project, parallel with the rental income of the region during the pre-launch sales period, redeems its worth in 13 years.
Istanbul is the 3rd greatest tourist destination in Europe and is positioned to offer the most profitable investment opportunities in the real estate industry. Istanbul, whose closeness to Northern Europe and the Gulf countries has already made It is a favorable location for many global companies and leading institutions, possesses significant investment potential in the real estate industry compared to the largest cities in Europe. Particularly its geographical position; population growth and demographic advantages; income per capita; extensive urban transformation (renovation and reinforcement of old structures) and development; high capacity and power in the construction sector, in addition to its convenience to do business and the new ‘Reciprocity Law’ (the law enabling foreigners to buy property in Turkey) have turned Istanbul into a cradle for investment.