Living in Intendente is pretty affordable if you compare to other lisbon neighbourhoods.
The New York Times named Intendente as a must go neighbourhood in Lisbon , where 'locals and in-the-know travellers head to Intendente, a historic district in Portugal's capital city that has undergone a dramatic makeover.' Here, many traditional buildings were readatped into new businesses to attract both locals and tourists.
If you'd like to know more about Lisbon's neighbourhoods, see here.
Only one road away from Avenida Almirante Reis, Intendente has a feel that appeals to designers, musicians and artists. It also has many of the coolest new bars and cafés of the city. Easily accessible by bus, tram and metro, Intendente is home for many street artists and stage for dance groups to perform.