The Future Is Here

Hub Criativo do Beato is an innovation centre for creative and technological companies which is emerging in a complex of decommissioned factories, on the eastern riverside front of Lisbon.

This former industrial area of the Portuguese Army, formerly known as the Manutenção Militar (Military Maintenance), was where flours, pasta, bread, biscuits and other cereal products were manufactured. Now it is getting ready to host over 3 thousand people from around the world who want to produce innovation.

Interactive Map

Meet the first partners and residents, and follow the evolution of HCB.

Click on the map to discover the different buildings.

What was

Grilas Warehouses

What is going to be

CLARANET

What was

Fried Factory + Pastry + Firefighters

What is going to be

CoREPAIR

What was

Director's Residence

What is going to be

Casa do Capitão

What was

Clock Building / Old Convent

What is going to be

Co-living

What was

Power Plant and Water and Oil Deposit

What is going to be

The Browers Company (Super Bock Group)

What was

Auto Workshop + Administrative Services + Meat Factory

What is going to be

Praça (Service and Restoration Area)

What was

Letterpress + Pasta Factory + Cookie Factory

What is going to be

Factory Lisbon

Residents

  • TBA

What was

Cereal Silos

What is going to be

TBA

What was

Old Barns

What is going to be

TBD

What was

Bread and Confectionery Factory

What is going to be

Startup Lisboa

Residents:

  • Delta Cafés

What was

Grinding Factory

What is going to be

Military Maintenance Museum Center - EGEAC

What was

Flour and Bagging Silos

What is going to be

TBA

What was

Parking lot

What is going to be

Parking lot

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Top Stories

Entrepreneurship Awards

September 27th at Fábrica do Pão of Startup Lisboa

Factory Lisbon is ready for business

Some office units still available and applications open until the end of August

MIL - Lisbon International Music Network

Convention takes place at Hub Criativo do Beato on September 28, 29 and 30

Artshare Festival & Conference

Reshaping and Reinventing Science & Technology through the Arts

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