- BUY / SELL
- Real Estate
- Global Hubs
- Immobillium network
The building has a city view as well as elevator. It has large open areas with gourmet kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances, unique custom made details providing the outmost comfort. The apartment embraces an antique design combined with the sophisticated and cosmopolitan lifestyle for those who enjoy living in the city centre, where tradition meets modernity.
The Marquesa Palace residential building breathes the history of ‘Invicta’ city. Resulting from a rehabilitation project of a historical building, Marquesa Palace, whose name pays tribute to its past as it was once the home of noble families and formerly known as ‘Paço da Marquesa’, aims to perpetuate the urban architecture of the 15th century, by maintaining the original characteristics of the property. It is being fully modernized into 16 upscale from one-bedroom to two-bedroom units, with areas from 71 sqm to 144 sqm. Most apartments have a balcony and the one on the ground floor has a private terrace. The use of premium materials and finishings add it comfort, modernity and charm. Most units have a lockoff concept, in which the client acquires a unit composed of two apartments.
This project under construction is located in the downtown of Porto, near the emblematic São Bento Railway Station and the D. Luís Bridge, the building embraces the dynamics of the historic city centre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with all main Porto’s attractions within walking distance. This privileged location benefits from a wide range of services, local shops, and cultural facilities, as well as an efficient transport network and quick access to the entire city. There is also a close proximity to Luiz I Bridge where the River Douro can be viewed over the entire city.
Unit B – Private Area: 108,85 m2 + Terrace Area: 48,59 m2 – Price: 568.000 euros
Unit D – Private Area: 107,90 m2 + Balcony Area: 6,84 m2 – Price: 658.000 euros
Unit H – Private Area: 109,15 m2 + Balcony Area: 6,71 m2 – Price: 668.000 euros
Unit I – Private Area: 83,58 m2 + Balcony Area: 1,44 m2 – Price: 494.000 euros
Unit J – Private Area: 84,72 m2 + Balcony Area: 2,86 m2 – Price: 504.000 euros
Unit L – Private Area: 94,08 m2 + Balcony Area: 7,13 m2 – Price: 600.000 euros
Unit M – Private Area: 79,77 m2 + Balcony Area: 0 m2 – Price: 491.000 euros
Unit N – Private Area: 80,02 m2 + Balcony Area: 0 m2 – Price: 492.000 euros
Unit O – Private Area: 76,29 m2 + Balcony Area: 5,77 m2 – Price: 518.000 euros
Unit D – Private Area: 81,54 m2 + Balcony Area: 5,72 m2 – Price: 558.000 euros
Construction will start in Q2 2022 and is expected to be finished by Q3 2024.
The international investment fund and developer, will provide the option of management services. This management comes with the possibility of a fixed return and the management company may be responsible for all the expenses, including maintenance, condominium, internet, water, electricity and insurance, among others.All residential units can be sold completely decorated and furnished and include air-conditioning, double glass windows, fully equipped kitchens. Eligible for Golden Visa
Capital and gateway to the north of Portugal, Porto is both the city that provided a nation with a name and a fortified wine known world-wide: port.
Northern Portugal, widely regarded as the driver of the Portuguese economy. Entrepreneurship and technology allow Porto to be considered as one of Europe’s main start-up hubs, with a growing number of techno- logical companies choosing Porto for their headquar- ters, not only because of easy access to skilled labour, but also for the city’s good access routes and available facilities.
With its splendid geographical location on the mouth of the river Douro and an architectural heritage of exceptional quality, the historic centre of Porto was declared UNESCO World Heritage in 1996. Porto is the capital of the North and the second largest city in the country; its hard-working inhabitants are noted for their commercial enterprise, always standing firm against outside impositions and foreign invaders, which explains why Porto has become known as the «unvanquished» city.
In addition to its history, any visitor to Porto will be quickly impressed by the forceful character both of the city and its inhabitants.
If you want to get to know the city better, we recommend a gentle stroll through its streets, taking time to admire the typical granite houses and monuments, enjoying a tram ride along the banks of the river, or even going for a boat ride under the city ́s six bridges, from where you can enjoy an entirely different view of the city. These itineraries seek to demonstrate the impressive contrasts this city has to offer. The “Baixa (Downtown)” of Porto, with all the rhythms of city life, its movement, and intense retailing. There is a very peculiar expression that bestows a Nordic, mercantile tone onto a city that is both spiritually and intensely baroque. In sharp contrast, in the Serralves Park, there is the sheer modernity of the building housing the Museum of Contemporary Art, and the romantic, soothing surroundings of the surrounding leafy park.