Historic complex in Porto undergoing renovation to create 31 flats

Historic complex in Porto undergoing renovation to create 31 flats

Published at: 2016-05-25 10:15 | Author: CIJ Portugal
Two more historic buildings are being renovated in downtown Porto and are being placed on the market. The buildings connected to the Mouzinho da Silveira and Bainharia complexes have retained their original architectural features, but improvements were made to their thermal and acoustic comfort, as has the lighting and natural ventilation. The two projects, both set in prime locations in Porto, were carried out with the purpose of making them more competitive on the tourist market. The Mouzinho da Silveira and the Bainharia complexes consists of seven buildings spread over four historical streets in Porto. The first phase involves the renovation of shop space and 15 apartments, while the second phase will add 16 more flats. The price of the apartments vary between €125,000 and €240,000. Works should be concluded in October this year.

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