Anjos, Inclusive and Cosmopolitan
This neighborhood is destined to become an area where all young people will want to live. Until recently, despite its prime location in the heart of Lisbon, it was well off the radar of young weekenders. That began to change in 2012 when the Mayor moved his office to the Largo do Intendente, intentionally reviving a 'forgotten' area, followed by new commercial spaces that are open day and night. This busy commercial and residential area has attracted the elderly alongside young families, marked by an artistic population and high community involvement. Human and cultural diversity characterize this neighborhood where many activities, even on a small scale, indicate the potential for and interest in development. Many buildings remain available for renovation while projects are being added all the time. Cultural projects arriving on the scene include SOU and Taberna das Almas. The abandoned Hospital do Desterro is being repurposed to leverage a forgotten building into a space for culture and innovation, similar to the LX Factory site, where work, inspiration, creation and show space combine, accessible to everyone. This neighborhood provides both urban and architectural quality, a treasure of Art Deco and Modernist, particularly in the Bairro das Colónias. All this is complemented by several public transport and social facilities in the center. Advice? Buy property here now, because it will be worth it.
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