It is observed that 45% of the elderly over 65 years old live with their peers in facilities with large social areas far from the city center. Today, the elderly population in Turkey is 65 million, and we are the 2nd fastest aging country in the world.
In our country where families are shrinking and educated population is increasing, we see that our elderlies, who have security concerns, do not want to be a burden to their children. Our country has a significant elderly population that expresses their desire to live together with their own peers by paying for it and without being a burden to no one, as they know that their own children already have stressful lives and can barely spare time for their children.
In Turkey, where it is predicted that 22% of the population will consist of elderlies in 2050, we believe that we are already late to implement such projects and that even Istanbul Elderly Holiday Village will fall short of meeting the demand in the future.