WE ONLY DEVELOP BUILDINGS WE OURSELVES WOULD BE HAPPY TO LIVE AND WORK IN
We have been developing residential complexes and commercial property in the Baltic States for 15 years. Working with leading experts, we implement smart, innovative solutions in the design and construction of buildings. All of our buildings are energy-efficient and impact the environment as little as possible whilst being aesthetically pleasing and providing cosy homes and places to work.
When it comes to residential buildings, we make sure our apartments are comfortable, well-planned and economical. We provide attractive outdoor spaces that are both practical and child-friendly.See the projects
Our business property solutions help companies keep their auxiliary costs under control and reduce their carbon footprint in an energy-efficient way. A welcoming and well-functioning working environment can be every bit as cosy as home.See the projects
We are innovative and environmentally sustainable
We want to create a more carbon-neutral world and a better future for our children. To this end, we are the first property developer in Estonia to sign up to the Makeitneutral sustainability programme, thanks to which we are helping to establish new forest habitats: for every rental transaction we enter into we plant 10 trees, and for every sales transaction we plant 100!
Our Explorer office building in the historical port area of Tallinn has been officially recognised as the city’s greenest office building. Thanks to its innovative heating and ventilation solutions, it became the first structure in Estonia to be awarded a Platinum rating for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.
With our Promenaad buildings we also became the first developer in the country to draw energy from energy piles 20 metres beneath the ground, helping to save 20-30% on heating costs. The warmth generated by its air-conditioning system – which would otherwise simply be vented out – is also used to heat the building.
For electric car users, we fitted the Explorer building with our first public charging point that runs entirely on renewable energy.
The Lāčplēša Quarter in the historical city centre of Riga was nominated in the Latvian BRELF Awards 2022 in the category of Most Ambitious Future Plans. This event shines the spotlight on real estate projects, property developers, investors and initiatives that have had the most valuable impact on the Latvian property market.
We make our own contribution to art and architectural life in Estonia by sponsoring a variety of exhibitions and competitions.
In 2021, we opened an urban art exhibition titled “Nocturnal visions”...
In 2021, we opened an urban art exhibition titled “Nocturnal visions” on the wall of the Explorer business building, in which artists Kristi Kongi (January), Flo Kasearu (February) and Norman Orro (March) took part. For three consecutive months, artists created a piece of art on the wall of the Explorer commercial building, which could be seen from sunset until late at night. The building’s facade also serves as a unique canvas in Estonia: the LED panels covering the exterior enable the 360-degree display of both static and moving images. In essence, the entire facade can be used as one giant screen.
Within the framework of the 2022 Tallinn Architecture Biennale...
Within the framework of the 2022 Tallinn Architecture Biennale, we hosted an exhibition entitled ‘Circular Block: Reinventing the Mikrorayon’. It formed part of a vision competition examining architecture’s ability to turn waste into energy, using the Tallinn district of Lasnamäe as an example.
For this reason, we named the large residential and commercial quarter...
We value history and traditions. For this reason, we named the large residential and commercial quarter we are developing on Endla Street in Tallinn after the Wittenhof Manor which once stood on the land – the division of which led to the establishment of the suburb of Lilleküla in the early 20th century. The new Wittenhof Quarter will be architecturally, technologically and functionally first-rate, living up to its fine name.
We hosted Olev Kuma’s exhibition ‘Transmission’ as part of the TASE’22...
In our Poordi 3 commercial space we hosted Olev Kuma’s exhibition Ülekanne (‘Transmission’) as part of the TASE’22 festival of graduation pieces of the Estonian Academy of Arts.
Working with the Union of Estonian Architects, we organised...
Working with the Union of Estonian Architects, we organised an architectural competition for the construction of multipurpose urban buildings in the Mustamäe district.
Our Lasnamäe Health Centre was the first public building in Estonia...
Our Lasnamäe Health Centre was the first public building in Estonia whose construction was fully financed from private capital. Locals can now quickly and easily obtain various forms of medical advice and assistance in a single, high-quality setting.