Privato is living, Privato is elegance
Recently launched on the national property market,
this magnificent development with the signature of the architects Saraiva + Associados
and developed by UPI Portugal is an extraordinary example of their vision.
This exclusive condominium is a vision which combines elegance and functionality
and is further elevated by its proximity to the gardens of Campo dos Mártires da Pátria.
Distinguished by the swimming pool and gardens, the exterior spaces are
defined by the same excellence that you will discover in Privato.
Embrace city life
In Privato, the atmosphere of the city pervades your daily life
without ever compromising your comfort and privacy.
Your prestigious apartment and the leisure areas of this
development combine to make those special moments
in your life truly remarkable.
These 24 apartments from studio to four bedroom
offer 24 opportunities to live a harmonious life.
Discover the refined ambience
Live in a relaxed and refined environment brightened
by the beautiful natural light of Lisbon.
In every corner of this stunning condominium you will find the quality
that UPI Portugal's sympathetic renovation has brought
to this development allowing you to live a brighter life.
Quality, detail and functionality
At Privato, the smallest details have been well thought out,
paying special attention to the choice of materials and finishes
while ensuring that the technical solutions are suited to your needs.
To ensure a high level of practicality, the condominium has private parking,
an absolute must in this historic area of Lisbon.
" Continuing the urban rehabilitation that has been transforming the city of Lisbon, I believe that this intervention in the area known as Desterro has contributed
in a positive and consistent way by regenerating another abandoned building.
Comprised of two distinct parts, I tried to ensure that the restoration of the
development was integrated as one, which blends into the urban landscape.
I considered it essential to restore the best architectural features, in particular
the traditional Portuguese tiles, without neglecting the merits of this building of excellence."
Miguel Saraiva, Architect