On the other side of the Pinheiros River, there was an endless land. Away from the center of São Paulo, it was a place for farms, cattle, plantations, and also for holidays. It was beyond the river, that the Englishman John Rudge bought, in the middle of the 19th century, around 700 bushels of land to grow tea, and there he built the headquarters and the chapel of Fazenda Morumby.

And so it was, until around the 1940s, the lands were divided into farmstead's and farms, which were later purchased by engineer Oscar Americano with the intention of transforming the region into a luxurious high-standard residential neighborhood, full of trees with species of Brazilian flora, which he planted to shade his lands.
Thus how the neighborhood of Morumbi was born.
To accompany the growth of the neighborhood, the Oscar Americano group hired architect Gregori Warchavchik to restore the Casa and Capela da Fazenda (listed by CONPRESP).

With the construction of the Morumbi Stadium / Cícero Pompeu de Toledo and the transfer of the headquarters of the state government to the Palácio dos Bandeirantes, it was a cool race in search of land, and Morumbi grew so much that it spread to other areas such as Vila Andrade, Panamby, a neighborhood built to host high luxury buildings, closed condominiums and offer all kinds of services and security, the Burle Marx Park is very green, and continued its journey towards the Real Parque neighborhood.
Today, this is where the Palácio dos Bandeirantes seat the state government, and TV Bandeirantes is located.



A noble neighborhood of São Paulo city, strictly residential, designed in the late 1940s, to receive landscaped mansions from wealthy families in São Paulo (the district has the highest concentration of per capita income in the state).

  • Hospitals: Albert Einstein, São Luiz
  • Schools: Colégio Franciscano Pio XII, Colégio Nossa Senhora do Morumbi, Colégio Santo Américo, Colégio
  • Porto Seguro, Integration School, PlayPen
  • Universities: Anhembi Morumbi, Albert Einstein
  • Churches: São Pedro and São Paulo, Chapel of São Pedro and São Paulo
  • Parks and Squares: Alfredo Volpi, Burle Marx, Vinícius de Moraes, Dog's Square
  • Stadium: Morumbi / Cícero Pompeu de Toledo, who turns 60 this year
  • Clubs: Paineira do Morumbi
  • Supermarkets: Pão de Açúcar, St. Marché, Petit Mambo, Mercado Real Parque
  • Bakeries: Biennial, from Oven to Stove, Le Grain Morumbi
  • Restaurants and bars: Tangará Jean-Georges, Lounge & Terrace Park, Area 5, Gogó da Ema
  • Shopping: Balcony Stand, Shopping Cidade Jardim, Leroy Merlin, Decathlon
  • Academies: Competition, Gustavo Borges Swimming, Bio Ritmo, Cia. Athletica, Blue Fit
  • Cinemas: Shopping Cidade Jardim, Shopping Jardim Sul
  • Hotel: Tangará Palace


The most highly regarded chefs mark their presence in the neighborhood

  • Tangará Jean-George, the first restaurant by renowned chef Jean-Georges to open in Latin America, is delicious and elegant; look for a place on the exclusive and popular chef table
  • Still in the Tangará Palace, the novelty is the Patio do Palácio restaurant, tables covered by outdoor umbrellas.
  • Pobre Juan, Parigi, Fasano, Kouzina, Kosushi and Olea are at Shopping Cidade Jardim
  • Drink with delights from the good and traditional Bar Nossa Senhora
  • Homemade lunch at Padaria Colina Verde, Panamby
  • Several small restaurants on Rua Américo Alves Pereira, in Real Parque, such as SushiRan, Burguest, Las Brisas Steakhouse or the Italian Ogni Giorno Cucina
  • Divine cakes at Bolo a Toa, on Campos Gerais street in Real Parque, with a stop by the neighboring Ateliê Casa Tua


Among its winding and shaded streets ...

  • Walk through the neighborhood
  • Running in the parks and squares Alfredo Volpi, Burle Marx, in the squares Vinícius de Moraes and Praça dos Cachorros
  • A day of pampering at Flora Spa at Tangará Palace


Many options in the open or closed.

  • At Shopping Cidade Jardim there are countless international designer stores (stop at Magrella, they have really cool clothes)
  • In the surrounding neighborhood of Caxingui, there is the Mosquinha, a closet with everything you imagine to find besides the traditional threads, needles, and buttons, the whole neighborhood goes there
  • Tayo Cosméticos, at Panamby, everything for beauty

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