Service building with approved project for housing. Currently with three apartments of 118M2, all with storage room and parking space, located in an expanding area.
Odivelas is a portuguese city in the Lisbon District, lisbon metropolitan area region and sub-region.
The municipality is bordered to the northeast by the municipality of Loures, to the southeast by Lisbon and to the west by Amadora and Sintra. The municipality was created in 1998, as a result of the secession of seven parishes in the then southwestern area of the municipality of Loures.
The area of the current municipality of Odivelas has been affected by the phenomenon of about urbanization. Between 1950 and 1970, the population of the parish of Odivelense went from 6,772 to 51,395 inhabitants. The growth of the village favored its elevation to the status of village (1964) and, later, to that of city (1990), and finally stood out from the municipality of Loures on November 19, 1998, when the Municipality of Odivelas was founded and became its municipal holiday.
From March 27, 2004, the city began to be connected to Lisbon through the subway network, with the extension of the Yellow Line from Campo Grande, having stations in Senhor Roubado and Odivelas.
Culture and Leisure:
– Susana Barroso Municipal Pavilion
– D. Dinis Municipal Library
– Caneças Pole of the Municipal Library D. Dinis
– Rio da Costa Park
– Malaposta Cultural Center (Olival Basto)
– Odivelas Exhibition Center
– Town Hall
– Paiã Equestrian Center
– Professional Agricultural School D. Dinis
– Odivelas Municipal Swimming Pools
– Animal Park – Animal Collection Center of the Municipality of Odivelas
– Pontinha Volunteer Firefighters
– Odivelas Youth House
– Church of Our Lady Queen of the Apostles (Ramada)
– Club de Odivelas Gym
There are public schools of various schools in Odivelas, from kindergarten to secondary, in addition to these public institutions there are also private institutions of reference guaranteed access to good studies for people from various social classes.