Marvila - Lisbon
Just steps away from the Tagus river in up-and-coming Marvila, this studio apartment for sale in Lisbon enjoys a great location with restaurants, co-working spaces and shops on the doorstep. In addition, Hub Criativo do Beato, which is set to be the largest start-up hub in the world, will be opening nearby too.
Part of an exciting residential development which pairs striking new-build structures with a renovated warehouse, this Marvila apartment for sale spans 86 sqm across two floors. On the first floor of the property, the basement level of the building, there is a garage with space for a car and a private garden. The living and sleeping area, an open kitchen and a bathroom can be found on the top floor of the apartment, ground level of the building,
Future owners will also benefit from access to the lush communal garden which surrounds the development.
A hidden gem in Lisbon’s East End, Marvila is experiencing a period of transformation with more than €3.6bn of investment pouring into this district over the next few years. It is a very exciting time to invest in Marvila as there is strong potential for capital appreciation over the coming years.
In addition, this studio apartment for sale is conveniently located just 13 minutes’ walk or three minutes’ drive from Hub Criativo do Beato which will be the largest start-up hub in the world. This means that this Lisbon studio apartment is set to perform well on the long-term rental market.
Lisbon’s answer to London’s Shoreditch, Marvila is one to watch. Just 10 minutes’ drive from Baixa, the historical heart of the capital, this industrial neighbourhood is set the change dramatically over the next 5-10 years thanks to the huge sums of private and public investment regenerating and reinventing the neighbourhood. Upcoming projects include a new high-tech hospital, improved transport links and a beautiful new green space: Parque Ribeirinho do Oriente.
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...