Regarding the investment in the hotel, whose contract was worth 30 million dollars, Anselmo Monteiro, chairman of the Board of Directors (PCA) of the National Institute of Social Security (INSS), considered that the value could be regained within a time horizon of 15 years.
According to Expansão, the hotel will open its doors after being transferred to the INSS through the National Service for the Recovery of Assets of the Attorney General's Office (PGR), which admits that although the infrastructure was built with public money, it was privately managed with no return to the state.
Thus, the reopening of the hotel allows the INSS to proceed with investments in the real estate sector, with a view to ensuring the system's viability.
Cited by Expansão, the INSS PCA said that among the objectives of social security there is the investment perspective and admitted that this sector translates into a safe investment.
"Let's hope that Social Security manages to help the economy, not only in terms of real estate, but also in other sectors where it deems it appropriate and that there is no substantial risk to the resources that the INSS will make available to the economy", he added.
For her part, Teresa Dias, Minister of Public Administration, Labor and Social Security, informed that after the delivery of the hotel, about two years ago, the guardianship appointed a commission to carry out the maintenance and preservation of the infrastructure as well as to carry out an inventory. .
She also added that the management of Monalisa "was the responsibility of the company Osilo-Hotéis & Resorts S.A.", writes Expansão.
It should be noted that the Monalisa Residente comprises 48 rooms, which are spread over eight floors. It also has 18 apartments.