The real estate market in Lisbon has been on the rise in recent years, with prices continuing to increase as more and more people are drawn to the city's unique charm and lifestyle. The demand for both residential and commercial properties is high, making it a great time to invest in a real estate project in Lisbon.

One such project is the Palácio de Santa Clara - The Standard Residences, located in the Alfama neighbourhood of Lisbon. This new development promoted by Stone Capital introduces a novelty of lifestyle, combining the freedom and privacy of ample apartments designed to take full advantage of the city’s stunning views and natural light, as well as the possibility of the services provided by the next-door neighbour - The Standard Lisbon.

Credits: Supplied Image; Author: Client;

The Palácio de Santa Clara - The Standard Residences is situated in a prime location, close to some of Lisbon's most iconic landmarks and attractions, including The National Pantheon, the quirky Feira da Ladra, and the winding streets of Alfama.

The development offers a range of amenities to residents, including access to The Standard Hotel Lisbon's manicured gardens and pool as well as access to the SPA and concierge services. It's the perfect option for those looking for a comfortable, convenient, and modern living in the heart of Lisbon.

The Palácio de Santa Clara - The Standard Residences is a fantastic opportunity for anyone looking to invest in the thriving Lisbon real estate market. With its prime location, modern design, and range of amenities, it offers the perfect combination of style and convenience for those looking to make their home in one of Europe's most beautiful and vibrant cities.

About the Neighbourhood:

Credits: Supplied Image; Author: Client;

Alfama is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Lisbon, Portugal, and is known for its narrow, winding streets and traditional architecture. The neighborhood is located on a hilltop and is the oldest district of Lisbon, predating the city's medieval walls. The name Alfama is derived from the Arabic word for "bath," as the Moors who occupied the area in the 8th century built many public baths or "hammams" in the area.

Alfama is also known for its Fado music, which is a traditional style of music that originated in the neighborhood. The Fado Museum is located in Alfama and visitors can learn about the history of the music and its cultural significance.

Credits: Supplied Image; Author: Client;

The neighborhood is also home to several historic churches, including the Cathedral of Lisbon, São Vicente de Fora, and the Church of São Miguel. The Miradouro de Santa Luzia is also located in Alfama, which offers a panoramic view of the city and the Tejo River.

Alfama is also famous for its lively street markets, traditional restaurants, and small grocery stores. Visitors can find fresh produce, traditional crafts, and other goods while they stroll through the narrow streets.

The neighbourhood, despite being in the heart of the city, is relatively quiet and peaceful, making it an ideal location for those looking for a more authentic experience of Lisbon. It's also a great area to explore on foot, as many of the streets are too narrow for cars.

Credits: Supplied Image; Author: Client;

In recent years, Alfama has become increasingly popular among tourists, but it has managed to keep its traditional character, making it a great option for those who want to explore the city's history and culture while also enjoying the amenities of a modern city.

Links mentioned in this article:


T +351 210 416 350

Av. da Liberdade, 240 5º Piso

1250-148 Lisboa