Belonging to the D. Manuel II Foundation, which was created by Augusta Vitoria, widow of His Majesty the King Manuel II, Vitor Cordon 38 building is part of the valuable estate left by the Portuguese Royal House.
Located in the historical area of Lisbon, the Vitor Cordon 38 building is right at the heart of the city.
Since the late 1800s, the country’s great poets and writers, including Fernando Pessoa and Eça de Queiroz, were nearly all inspired in the neighborhoods famous cafés, bookshops and cultural spots.
Known as the centre of Lisbon’s intellectual life, Chiado is where you can delight your senses. Here you can enjoy great plays at the celebrated Trindade Performing Arts Theatre, listen to the opera in the prestigious São Carlos Theatre, visit the National Museum of Contemporary Art, appreciate breath-taking views of the city at the Santa Justa Lift or simply savour a coffee at the iconic Brasileira coffee shop.
Chiado is not only the most affluent neighbourhood in Lisbon, it’s the most elegant and charismatic. From the best old-style cafés and international fashion stores, including names such as Hermès and the fine porcelain shop Vista Alegre, to beautiful rooftop bars and cosmopolitan restaurants, Chiado offers you the real neighbourhood experience.
The Pombaline style buildings reflect the history of an era. Originally built in the 18th Century, some of them were restored in the 1990s by the renowned Architect Álvaro Siza Vieira, after being ruined in the 1988 fire that destroyed the well-known Armazéns do Chiado.
Preserving and respecting the characteristics of the era, the Victor Cordon 38 reconstruction maintains its elegant 19th Century facade, successfully blending it with a contemporary style.
Victor Cordon 38 offers exclusive modern apartments full of charm and history. The studio and one bedroom apartments, maintain their original details, now combined with new and sophisticated technical features, and benefit from the magnificent Lisbon light. Following the renovation, Vitor Cordon 38 will retain D. Manuel II Foundation legacy and part-ownership, represented by His Royal Highness the Duke of Braganza, as part of the valuable estates of the Portuguese Royal House.
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