Commercial property - Baixa, Lisboa, for sale

Sale price
200 000 €

Ref: 2022/LJ/8400
  • 20 m2
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Shop in Downtown Lisbon.

4.8% YIELD | GOLDEN VISA | INVESTMENT Store in Downtown Lisbon, renovated with polished porcelain stoneware floorof high quality, with modern false ceilings and luminaires.

It is a shop with 16m2 gross private area at the entrance of the building.

Baixa Pombalina is one of the most touristic areas of the city with several monuments and points of interest such as Rossio, Rua Augusta, Praça do Comércio or Elevador de Santa Justa. Lisbon remains a trendy area, with great demand not only from investors, tourists but also families.

It was the year 1755, the overwhelming earthquake that destroyed much of the Portuguese capital, the Marquis of Pombal, prime minister of King D. José I rolls up his sleeves and raises a whole city again. This is how downtown Lisbon appears as we now know it, also called Baixa Pombalina.

It began to cover an area of about 255 hectares, extending from Terreiro do Paço, next to the Tagus, to Praça Marquês de Pombal, climbing Avenida da Liberdade and integrating into the entire territory encompassed by the current parish of Santa Maria Maior.

Characterized by the design of straight and perpendicular streets with Rua Augusta as the central axis, Downtown Lisbon is dominated by the Pombaline style, which replaces the medieval and organic urban mesh with a grid plan, with roads and wide pavements — a plan concretized by Manuel da Maia, Eugénio dos Santos and Carlos Mardel.

In the buildings, the architectural similarity is visible to each other, with the ground floor serving as a commercial establishment and the upper floors intended for housing. to translate the birth of a new social order, which appreciates and values the merchant and financial class.

As the most central and commercial neighborhood of the city, Downtown Lisbon is also the one that presents the most entertainment options, teeming with alternatives both cultural and gastronomic and even convivial. Here are some of the most emblematic streets, with the facades of its buildings covered by magnificent tiles that still continue to seduce us today. Let us follow, therefore, avenue down to the river.

Right next to Rossio, Praça da Figueira impresses by the classic buildings and the statue of João I. In the middle of Downtown Lisbon, Praça da Figueira shared with Rossio the Hospital de Todos os Santos, having after the earthquake that shook this part of the city was created there the main market of the city, which would later be demolished but which for a long time served as a supplier of Lisbon when it came to meat and vegetables.

Over time, the buildings surrounding the square have given way to hotels, shops and cafes, a dominant trade in this typical Lisbon square.

The concentration of commerce is very high here, with large clothing stores, including top international brands. The trade here is also very much based on pastries, restaurants and cafes.


Property Features

  • Proximity: Airport, Shopping, Restaurants, City, Pharmacy, Public Transport
  • Built year: 1951
  • Floors: 4
  • Views: City view
  • Security alarm
  • Renovation year: 2015
  • Central location
  • Energetic certification: In process
  • Solar orientation: West



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