An apartment building for renovation near the subway in Lisbon.
A residential building of concrete structure with an approved renovation project.
The building includes:
- 10 floors above the ground
- 3 floors below the ground
- terraces (on the ground floor, the 9th floor and a rooftop one)
The property is located in one of the most popular residential areas of Lisbon. The metro station and the bus stop are in 100 meters away from the building.
Lisbon is the capital, the largest city and the main port of Portugal. The population of the city exceeds 500,000 people. About 3 million people live in the metropolis of Lisbon (about 27% of the population of Portugal).
Lisbon is one of the oldest cities in the world and the oldest city in Western Europe.
Lisbon is one of the largest economic centers on the continent, with a growing financial sector.
The following industries are developed in Lisbon: textile, footwear, leather, furniture, ceramic, oil refining, petrochemical, cement, automobile, shipping, electrical and electronic, mechanical engineering and paper industry.
Most of the headquarters of transnational corporations in Portugal are located in the Lisbon area.
Lisbon’s GDP is $ 96.3 billion ($ 32,434 per capita).
The city ranks 40th in terms of gross earnings in the world.
Lisbon is one of the largest container ports on the Atlantic coast of Europe.
Portela International Airport is located in the north of the city, serving more than 26 million passengers annually.
The Lisbon Metro operates since 1959 and has 56 stations.
There are 3 state universities in the city.
The city is the 9th most visited one in Southern Europe (more than 3,300,000 tourists in 2017).