In a yet another instance of growing economic cooperation between Qatar and Turkey, a leading Turkish real estate developer, Atis Yapi, has announced the opening of its Doha office. The move, aiming to tap high potential Qatari investors, is expected to create more areas of cooperation between the two countries, while also enabling the company to build and expand its presence in the Qatari market.
Ahmet Atis, CEO of Atis Yapi, said: “Qatar is a country of growing potential. Selecting Doha as the location for our newest office represents our commitment to the Qatari community, as well as our confidence in the local business environment.”
He added: “Atis Yapi has built a strong reputation by delivering excellent property developments in Turkey, and we aim to provide solid investment opportunities to discerning Qatari buyers from within our diverse portfolio of high-quality real estate options.”
The official opening of the office was announced during a Suhoor event at Sharq Village and Spa, attended by Fikret Ozer, Turkish Ambassador to Qatar, Burak Guresci ,Turkish Embassy Trade Consultant, and hosted by Ahmet Atis, CEO of Atis Yapi, Dogan Tuncer, Board Member of Atis Yapi, accompanied by Mahir Abdulkadiroglu, Regional Director and Head of Business Development, Atis Yapi.
Atis Yapi is a leading real estate development company based in Bursa, Turkey, and characterized by its contemporary design, quality, and innovation. Throughout more than a decade of operations, Atis Yapi has developed more than 900 luxury residential and commercial units in addition to malls, hotels, and shops.
Atis Yapi is a full-service provider that delivers solutions and all related services to ensure that customer receive the best returns. The company’s projects are located in the heart of Bursa, offering residents and investors an ideal location to live or invest and providing them with comprehensive solutions.
Located in Turkey’s northwest region, Bursa’s rich history and amazing weather attract tourists from across the world, leading it to be considered as one of Turkey’s most important cities.
In addition to its ancient mosques and myriad museums, the city is known as ‘Green Bursa’ due to the vast areas of natural beauty that surround it, including Uludag National Park, natural springs and waterfalls, and the Luna Park Botanic Botanical Garden.