The future of city living

In step with the city’s success story, Martinhal Residences Lisbon offers an unrivalled opportunity in Europe’s most cosmopolitan centre

International buyers have long been attracted to Lisbon, renowned for its culture, quality of life, and some of the world’s most successful residency-by-citizenship programmes. With the well-earned comparison as the San Francisco of Europe, Lisbon now takes centre stage as one of Europe’s most attractive and truly vibrant places to live and work. The Park of Nations is a transformative riverside neighbourhood located in the north-east of the city, just five minutes from the airport with excellent transport links. Originally developed to host the 1998 World Expo, it represented the city’s transition from old to new. It plays host to exemplary modern architecture, vast public spaces, a marina, diverse restaurants, museums, a state-of-the-art private hospital, a new international school, ULIS, and much more. Martinhal, known for their award-winning luxury family residential resorts in Portugal, is taking their successful formula to create one of Lisbon’s most sought-after residential projects to date, Martinhal Residences in Park of Nations. Martinhal is recognised by Savills as one of the top three branded residences in Europe, and sales certainly attest to this – set to complete in 2022, the properties are already two-thirds sold off-plan. Designed by Portuguese architect Eduardo Capinha Lopes, the high-specification residences feature spacious living areas with tree-adorned balconies creating a dramatic counterpoint with modernity and biophilic design. Unmatched views open out across the expanse of the Tagus river at its widest point and the iconic architecture of the 12km-long Vasco da Gama bridge.

VIP status

Hotel-style services for residents include concierge and reception, housekeeping and laundry, maintenance, and technical support. A range of premium electric cars located within the building’s secure parking facilities will be available for hire through an app. It will also be home to Lisbon’s first family club, The Martinhal Circle, with indoor and outdoor heated pools, a gym, an outdoor playground, and Martinhal’s kids’ club. The concept of the Martinhal Circle envisages a place where families, both residents and their non-resident guests, can socialise while taking advantage of fitness classes, an events space, and a restaurant. Dedicated office space and on-hand concierge services will support the new generation of digital nomads. Residential owners will also achieve VIP status at Martinhal Hotels & Resorts and receive preferential pricing to stay at any location within the group’s portfolio. For those residences in the rental programme, Martinhal Residences guarantees 3% rental income for the first six years. Prices range from €340,000 for a studio; €650,000 for one- to two-bedroom residences from and up to €5.3m for a penthouse.

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