Marvila - Lisbon
Discover this exclusive apartment for sale in Marvila, Lisbon's new trendy neighbourhood. With high-end finishes, this charming two-bedroom apartment is perfect for those who wish to live in the city’s new tech and creative hub.
This apartment for sale boasts a generously sized interior area of 88 sqm and a balcony with garden views. This project features refreshing green spaces created by the renowned ARX architecture studio which has designed some of the most artistic and daring renovation projects in Portugal. Marrying large windows with high ceilings, this property’s interior areas are light and airy.
Featuring soft, minimalist lines and high-end finishes, the property includes an open-plan kitchen which seamlessly blends into the living space. It is a perfect property for a young family or for investors looking for a rental investment opportunity in one of Lisbon’s up-and-coming areas.
This neighbourhood is a promising area. It will be Lisbon's next big tech hub and it is very attractive to young creatives, artists, remote workers and technology investors. With medium to long term rental potential, these property offers yields of up to 4%. Plus, this figure is likely to increase in the near future.
Marvila is one of the most promising areas of Lisbon at the moment, with vast potential and constant growth. Marvila and Beato are considered the new “Brooklyn” of Lisbon, with contemporary art galleries, trendy restaurants and booming co-working spaces – such as Fabrica Moderna, Lisbon Workhub and Cowork, Beato Creative Hub and Nkoowoork – boosting the number of tech jobs in the city.
Located between downtown and the new Parque das Nações area, the streets of Marvila still preserve their industrial flair whilst going through an exciting period of transformation, with urban art filling the walls and new spots like the Braço de Prata Factory, trendy cafes and even a climbing school just around the corner.
The jewel of Lisbon’s East End, Marvila is undergoing an exciting period of transformation. Overlooking the River Tejo, shipping containers highlight this neighbourhood’s working-class roots whilst it’s evocatively named central street, Rua do Açúcar (Sugar Street), is lined with warehouse buildings converted into vintage furniture stores, artis...