Meeting point for different cultures over the centuries, this pronounced hill with its colorful houses overlooking the river is Lisbon’s most typical neighborhood. Influenced by different architectural styles, the Santa Helena Palace grew over the centuries and its grandeur and patrimonial relevance are translated in the variety and beauty of its decorative details, like its magnificent tile friezes, frescoes, the widely decorated ceilings of its main halls, and even a richly adorned and enigmatic chapel. This development project aimed at restoring the Palace’s identity, revitalizing the building without menacing its architectural heritage. With 20 unique apartments, from 1 to 5 bedroom configurations, you are guaranteed to find the solution that better suits your esthetic preferences and comfort needs. Divided between three different spaces (The Palace, the Patio, and the Garden) and ranging from 51 sq.m. to 483 sq.m., all the apartments drawn by architect Samuel Torres take full benefit from their location, includes private leisure areas, offers river view and greatly profits from the privileged exposure to sunlight that the Palace enjoys.