Marvilla Collection is the most expected development in Lisbon’s coolest district. Designed by Frederico Valsassina, one of Portugal’s most renowned architects, winner of the Valmor award and Archdaily award, and developed by the Alan Bell Group, a development company based between London & Lisbon with 32 years experience, a solid track record in large-scale projects internationally, covering Portugal; Spain; France; Montenegro; The Caribbean; Dubai; Argentina & India, the Marvilla Collection comprehend an entire quarter in an iconic location in the neighborhood. The Block F of the Marvilla Collection comprehends 2529 sqm of living area spread by 44 units - Three 2bdr, Twenty 1Bdr, 21 studios. All units will be completely furnished by Laskasas, one of Portugal’s most reputed design and furniture company, and will have a 4% guaranteed yield for 2 years that will be provided by Mirabilis, a property management company based in London, with a fast earning a reputation, signature approach, seamless service, and sophisticated style. All units have private car parking and amenities will offer gardens, a co-working space, a swimming pool on the rooftop, and a gym. Block F is being sold turnkey, as an all, and offering a guaranteed yield. The property is the ideal investment for individuals who desire exposure to Europe’s most compelling real estate market but who do not have the time or interest to handle the construction process, maintenance issues, and deal with the property management. Block F - Marvilla Collection is estimated to be completed in 2022. The prices are currently still reasonable in Marvila and Block F, besides the guaranteed yield, offers an exceptional opportunity for capital growth. Santos, a comparable up-and-coming area in Lisbon, had an amazing rise in prices from €6,000 per sqm to €11,000 per sqm in 6 years (2013-2019). In the next years, and based on the demand, and the development of new construction/rehabilitation in the area it is highly expected similar or higher growth in Marvila. Apartments: 44 UNITS with private parking: Three 2 bdr apartments Twenty-two 1 bdr apartments 19 studios Amenities: Co-Working Space Rooftop swimming pool Gym Gardens Living Area: 2529 SQM (27221 sq ft) Location: 10 minutes drive to downtown 15 minutes drive to Lisbon’s International Airport 5 minutes walk to the riverfront 30 minutes drive to the beach Located in a lively neighborhood at a walking distance from art galleries, trendy restaurants and cafés, design shops, coworking spaces, and local commerce. Note: images 3D Renderings. ___________________________ ABOUT MARVILLA: Marvila is Lisbon’s next big thing and considered Lisbon’s small Brooklyn due to its similarities to New York’s trendy district. There was once a time when Marvila was not an in vogue neighborhood, however, nowadays it is one of the most requested areas and unanimously considered the location with the largest potential in Portugal’s Capital Marvila is now considered one of the trendiest areas of the city, where everything happens and everyone wants to be. Slightly separated from the center of the city this is the neighborhood that grows and improves daily and where everything happens. Abandoned warehouses have become coworking spaces, artisan breweries, trendy restaurants, design ateliers, startups headquarters, and art galleries. The Times, in an article recently published, said “bye-bye to Brooklyn” and “auf wiedersehen to Berlin” and defined Marvila not only as the best spot in Lisbon but as one of the coolest neighborhoods in the world. With a rising demand, Marvila is currently a unique investment opportunity in Lisbon, recently ranked as the best city in Europe for property investment by PWC - Price Waterhouse Cooper. ABOUT LISBON: CNN considers “ Lisbon the coolest Capital in Europe” . For the New York Times “ in Lisbon the faded old Europe charm remains, but with a stream of exciting openings and fresh inspiration drawn from across the Atlantic, Portugal’s Capital seems primed for a new golden era ”. The Financial Times describes the reasons “ why all the world is going to Lisbon ” In the past years, Lisbon has been making the headlines of some of the most reputable media in the world and attracting international celebrities that settle in the Portuguese capital, like Hollywood actors Scarlett Johansson, Michael Fassbender, Alicia Vikander, or the world’s most famous designer Phillipe Starck. Lisbon is a historical city full of stories to tell, where the sun shines 300 days a year and with warm summers and mild winters. Portugal is the 3rd safest country in the world and in Lisbon, you feel secure wandering around day or night. Lisbon is full of authenticity where old customs and ancient history intermix with cultural entertainment and hi-tech innovation. The city is something of a rarity among European capitals – a laid-back city that exudes a decidedly old-fashioned charm, with clattering trams, café-lined boulevards, renowned cuisine, and grandiose monuments to its famous sailors that crossed the oceans at the time of the discoveries. Lisbon is ageless, friendly, and famous for its hospitality and the family-like way it welcomes visitors. Tax benefits granted by programs like the Non-Habitual Residents, or residence schemes, like the Golden Visa (that allows to obtaining Portuguese citizenship in 5 years and freedom of movement throughout the entire Schengen Zone through investment in real estate) also sparked the interest in the Portuguese capital causing an exponential increase in the demand by international investors. This singular combination of factors and the growing international demand from buyers looking to relocate to the city and investors seeking compelling yields make Lisbon one of the most desirable cities in the world.