There’s nothing like a raw industrial space to set the imagination awhirl as this Lisbon warehouse in the Santos design district attests.
The vacant, south-facing warehouse dates from the early 20th-century and features rows upon rows of vaulted brick arches in its ceilings. Patinated steel beams cross the space, supported by exposed brickwork while iron-framed windows overlook the Tejo estuary, shipyards beyond, and the city’s iconic Santuário de Cristo Rei in Almada.
Its lateral floorplan is entirely open and flexible, letting the bones of the space shine.
Fantastic Frank has the listing for the unconverted 250 sqm warehouse (with price on application), which has a pre-existing commercial license that could guide its future use – think vast office space, restaurant, coworking space or mixed-use concept. It could also be transformed into industrial lofts…
Santos is a central, primarily residential Lisbon enclave that has become the city’s designated design district, and the warehouse has previously hosted events tied to this. See the agent for more information.