Meticulously preserving the beauty of the original facade, The Rosa building is reborn as an exclusive residential quarter, set around a generous patio. It offers 12 unique units with 1 to 3 bedroom apartments and areas between 61m² and 139m².
Meticulously preserving the beauty of the original facade, The Rosa building is reborn as an exclusive residential quarter, set around a generous patio. It offers 12 unique units with 1 to 3 bedroom apartments and areas between 61m² and 139m². The units, signed by the architectural atelier Appelton & Domingos, are designed with modern and elegant characteristics, with a special attention to the quality of the finishing materials and construction. With bounteous areas and verandas. The top units benefit from the amazing city views glimpsing over the river.
The central axis of the Bairro Alto neighbourhood, Rua da Rosa begins at the Calcado do Combro in Chiado, and steps to the Rua Dom Pedro V in the mellow Principe Real. A lively cobblestoned street populated with small traditional and inventive restaurants, fado houses and trendy entrepreneur pop-up studios.
Born in 1513, the hip neighbourhood of Bairro Alto is as central as it is different than anything else. In the past, it was home to artists and bohemians. Perched on the most emblematic of Lisbon's hills, tucked between the uber chic Chiado and the elegant Principe Real, Bairro Alto offers a unique experience in the Lisbon life. Cruising through its narrow streets, witnessing the chameleon-like life, between the traditional local shops, chatting neighbours, to trendy restaurants, design shops and alternative fashion pop-ups. In the epicentre of it all, but still isolated by an authentic and unique culture, the Bairro Alto is the go-to place for hip artsy people and the vintage retro scene for contemporary fashion lovers.
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