Area Overview

History


The history of Şişli begins with the entrance of the Ottoman Empire. Sisli was famous for hunting, agriculture and leisure till 1800s. It was transformed into a middle class residential area during late years of the Ottoman Empire and at the beginning of Turkish Republic during late 19th and early 20th centuries.


Sisli is characterized by its demographic diversity, as it is inhabited by a population of diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds from the Turks, Armenians, Greeks and the Balkans, as well as the families of the merchants of Damascus who settled in Istanbul since the days of the Ottoman Empire, and is now inhabited by writers and poets as well, as Sisli has acquired many theaters, cafes and facilities Other cultural sites in Istanbul.


Sisli Today


Since the 1970s, most of the aged buildings in Sisli were replaced with modern and may multi-storey constructions. The back alleys are occupied by residents belonging to working class community and students. However, sisli district istanbul still provides relief to its residents due to the presence of plenty of shopping opportunities, cafeteria, pubs and other entertainments. In addition, sisli district Istanbul catches attraction due to its proximity to major areas of Istanbul.


Business and shopping in Sisli


Sisli is a center for trade and shopping, as it is a central area providing public transportation services and modern infrastructure.


The main road in Sisli connects you to the skyscrapers in Mecidiyekoy, Gairiyet Tepe, Levent and its neighboring neighborhoods in the Sisli region, and there is also the famous Istanbul Cevahir Mall, which until recently was considered the largest mall in Europe, and the second largest shopping center in the world.


Sisli has always been inhabited by ancient families and high-class social classes, so the region has become home to many luxury brands in the world, especially in the famous Nisantasi district.


Tourist attractions in Sisli


The Sisli region abounds with a huge number of tourist attractions, catering to all social and tourist tastes and needs for visitors and residents alike, including:


Museums and archaeological sites


Istanbul Military Museum (Harbiye), Ataturk Museum, Freedom Monument and Ilamur Palace.


Sports stadiums


Turk Telecom Stadium and Galatasaray Football Club Stadium.


Art buildings


Cemal Reşit Rey Concert Hall and Cemil Topuzlu open-air theater


Religious buildings


Sisli Mosque, Teshwikyeh Mosque, Majidiyekoy Central Mosque and Holy Spirit Cathedral.


Shopping Centers


Cevahir Mall, Canyon Shopping Center, Metro City Shopping Center, Profilo Shopping Center and Trump Tower.


High-rise buildings and skyscrapers


Diamond of Istanbul, Safir Tower, Sapanca Center, and Sisli Plaza.


Parks and gardens


Machka Park, Turkcel Platinum Park, Adala Park, and Yildiz Park.


Education in Sisli


There are many public, private and international schools in Sisli for all levels of education, and prestigious universities, including Nisantasi University, Bilem University, Halic University, Bilgi University and Istanbul Technical University.


Health in Sisli


Sisli includes a group of the most important large hospitals in Istanbul, such as Gulan International Hospital, Nisantasi Hospital, and Okemedan Hospital, in addition to many famous clinics and clinics.


Transportation in Sisli


Sisli is characterized by being a vital point and an important transportation hub, as the metro and metrobus lines that connect the Asian and European sides of Istanbul intersect. In addition to many internal transport lines.

Transportation

Minibus
Bus
Metro
Marmaray
Tramvay
Ferries
Helicopter

Distance To

Saw Airport

Saw Airport

100 KM

Ist Airport

Ist Airport

60 KM

Black Sea

Black Sea

100 KM

Marmara Sea

Marmara Sea

99 KM

Counts

11

Public Universities

12

Private Universities

12

Public Schools

13

Private Schools

20

Public Hospitals

13

Private Hospitals

8

Malls

Why This Area?

Real estate investment in Sisli


 Many distinguished residential projects and towers have appeared in the Sisli region, where many international hotels and Turkish construction companies have built hotels, residential and commercial towers within the region.


The residential complexes in Sisli are characterized by their luxury and offering distinguished services and luxury apartments with multiple styles and spaces that meet all requirements and tastes.


Many apartments and offices in Sisli feature distinctive views of the Bosphorus Bridge and Istanbul's landmarks.


Advantages of real estate investment in Sisli


·       It is characterized by vital location and easy access to transportation.


·       There are many educational centers that include schools, universities and famous language-teaching institutes in the region, the most important of which is Nisantasi University.


·       Social, cultural and religious diversity in the region, as it includes residents of all nationalities and religions within an atmosphere of social cohesion.


·       It is close to the sea and the presence of many tourist and archaeological sites in it.


·       It is a center for the most famous 5-star hotels, malls, markets and famous shops, especially within Osmanbey and Nisantasi.

Investment in this area

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Area Average

51.500 ₺

Minimum Price

Maximum Price

3.000 ₺
100.000 ₺
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Return on investment

15 Years

Price Changes
1%
One Month
2%
Three Year
3%
Five Year
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Area Average

200.000 ₺

Minimum Price

Maximum Price

200.000 ₺
200.000 ₺
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Return on investment

15 Years

Price Changes
8%
One Month
19%
Three Year
22%
Five Year

Projects in this area