As we move south from the vibrant innovation of Marvila, we arrive at the neighborhood of Beato. This Lisbon district is yet to feel the ripple of popularity that vibrates through the city walls. However, that youthful, playful energy could soon be transferred to Beato too.
Due to its proximity to Marvila, this neighborhood has continued to draw the attention of nomadic workers. The low property prices also make it an option worth considering. Beato’s connections to other areas of Lisbon are scarce. Offering little in the way of train and bus routes. Although, the neighborhood does have access to the metro.
🏠 Property prices: Low
📸 Tourist density: Very low
🌳 Green areas and parks: Some
💻 Coworking density: Medium
🌍 Nomad/expat popularity: Not very popular
📍 Distance from the city centre: Remote
🚌 Public transportation: Bad
🚇 Access to metro: Yes
🇪🇸 Poble Nou of Barcelona
🇺🇸 Williamsburg of NYC (reference about the area of Braço de Prata)
🌳 Green areas and parks: Some Parque da Mata de Madre de Deus
🥑 Local market: Mercado da Picheleira
🏥 Hospitals: 0
🏊 Swimming pools: 0
🖥️ Coworking spaces: 3 Arroz Estudios, NOW Beato, Espaço C3
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🚇 Metro: Olaias (red)
🚂 Train stations (intercity): 0
🚌 Bus station (intercity): 0
🏖️ Direct bus/train to the beach: No
🚲 Bike lanes density: Very low
💸 Average price: 3311 €/m2
📊 Comparison with the last year: +10,5 %
⚖️ Average price in Lisbon: 4595 €/m2
Pictures by: @giaangg