Marvila - Lisbon
Studio - 5
€205,000 - €1.577m
This exciting collection of apartments for sale in Lisbon enjoys a fantastic location in Marvila, Lisbon’s emerging technology and innovation hub. Just steps away from the Tagus river, co-working spaces, restaurants and shops, these Lisbon properties for sale have everything on the doorstep.
Respecting the heritage of this neighbourhood, this development comprises a diverse array of properties spread between a renovated warehouse and several new-build structures with large windows, double-height ceilings and sloping roofs. Many of the apartments benefit from exterior space in the form of a private garden or terrace, parking and storage.
Creating a real sense of community, all of the properties enjoy access to the beautiful shared garden which encompasses the development.
Often compared to London’s Shoreditch before it exploded onto the scene, Marvila is tipped to be Lisbon’s next big thing, with numerous private and public investment reshaping and redlining this neighbourhood. As this district is set to change dramatically over the next 5-10 years, there is strong potential for capital appreciation. As a comparison, Santos, a similar up-and-coming area in Lisbon, saw prices rise from €6,000 per sqm in 2013 to €11,000 per sqm in 2019 following a period of regeneration.
Hub Criativo do Beato which is set to become the largest start-up hub in Europe and is already attracting the attention of major brands, such as Mercedes-Benz, will be opening just 13 minutes’ walk or three minutes’ drive from the development. With professionals heading to Marvila for work, these well-positioned properties are expected to perform well on the long-term rental market.
In addition, many of these apartments are also eligible for the Portuguese Golden Visa programme which paves the way to Portuguese citizenship.
Nestled between downtown Lisbon and the newly built Parque das Nações area, Marvila hugs the river Tagus and is just 10 minutes from the historic heart of the capital.
With trendy and alternative galleries, restaurants, cafes and new co-working spaces, this is a vibrant area that will soon become the new home for young creatives, business owners, couples, artists and entrepreneurs.
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...