Developer

Estoril, Inc. a Florida corporation and U.S. Subsidiary of Group Espirito Santo, is the owner and developer of the property. Funding for the project, valued at US $160 million, has been arranged through both internal and external sources.

Espirito Santo Plaza is named for the Espirito Santo family, a Portuguese financial group that controls a diversified, international conglomerate with operations in Europe and the Americas.

Group Espirito Santo. Lisbon, Portugal

From a small family-run brokerage firm founded by Jose Maria Espirito Santo Silva in 1884, Group Espirito Santo has grown to become one of Portugal’s most powerful banking and financial institutions. Today, Banco Espirito Santo (BES), its Portuguese banking subsidiary, operates the country’s largest integrated single network of branches, with more than 420 local offices. BES has consistently been considered the most profitable bank in Portugal, enjoying the highest ratings among Portuguese banks from Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s.

Group Espirito Santo has integrated financial operations with major holdings and business interests in leading banks and corporations worldwide. Key among them are Lisbon-based Banco Internacional de Credito, whose core activities are commercial, mortgage and private banking, as well as a host of Portuguese companies, including Companhia de Seguros Tranquilidade, the country’s largest insurance firm; Besleasing, its most profitable leasing company; major investment bank Banco ESSI; and ESAF, a mutual and fund holding company dedicated to domestic and international securities and property.

Group Espirito Santo today has consolidated worldwide assets exceeding $33 billion.

Estoril, Inc. Miami, Florida
Estoril, Inc. a Florida corporation and U.S. Subsidiary of Group Espirito Santo, is the owner and developer of the property. Funding for the project, valued at US $160 million, has been arranged through both internal and external sources.

Espirito Santo Plaza is named for the Espirito Santo family, a Portuguese financial group that controls a diversified, international conglomerate with operations in Europe and the Americas.

Group Espirito Santo. Lisbon, Portugal

From a small family-run brokerage firm founded by Jose Maria Espirito Santo Silva in 1884, Group Espirito Santo has grown to become one of Portugal’s most powerful banking and financial institutions. Today, Banco Espirito Santo (BES), its Portuguese banking subsidiary, operates the country’s largest integrated single network of branches, with more than 420 local offices. BES has consistently been considered the most profitable bank in Portugal, enjoying the highest ratings among Portuguese banks from Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s.

Group Espirito Santo has integrated financial operations with major holdings and business interests in leading banks and corporations worldwide. Key among them are Lisbon-based Banco Internacional de Credito, whose core activities are commercial, mortgage and private banking, as well as a host of Portuguese companies, including Companhia de Seguros Tranquilidade, the country’s largest insurance firm; Besleasing, its most profitable leasing company; major investment bank Banco ESSI; and ESAF, a mutual and fund holding company dedicated to domestic and international securities and property.

Group Espirito Santo today has consolidated worldwide assets exceeding $33 billion.