The Cornerstone of the New 12-Storey Office Building Was Set in Ülemiste City

The cornerstone of the new 12-storey office building was set in Ülemiste City. The building located at Sepapaja 1 and named after famous Estonian chemist Viktor Palm will be ready in May 2020. The architectural design created by KOKO architects will be built by Oma Ehitaja AS.

“By building a new representative building in the campus, we are investing almost 25 million euros into Ülemiste City,” said the CEO of Technopolis Ülemiste AS Gert Jostov. “This will be our biggest project in recent years and will create 10,800 square metres of the best working environment on the office space market in Tallinn. There is a great need for such space at present. The spectacular architectural design by Koko architects is given additional value by the 540-space car park adjoining the office building and a square with a fountain and seating area where various events will be held in the future.”

“Ülemiste City is a business park that has developed immensely ‒ it is equal to similar business parks all over the world,” said the Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Kadri Simson. “An integrated business environment has been crated here that provides services and involves many diverse leading companies ‒ a mix of innovation and synergy is key to success here.”

“In both scale and content, this object is one of the most important in the portfolio of Oma Ehitaja AS,” said the CEO of Oma Ehitaja AS Kaido Fridolin. “Our shared objective with the client and the designer is to construct a building with a contemporary working environment in Ülemiste City that will also be a landmark for the whole business park. During the construction process, we wish to prove our skills to our professional and demanding client by ensuring the completion of a high-quality office building within the agreed deadline.”

The office building and car park will be linked by a gallery, with an entrance to the parking station from Suur-Sõjamäe Street. In addition to holding more than 540 cars, the car park will feature two areas for parking and securing bicycles. The southern side of the new office building will also feature a square with flagpoles, a fountain and places to sit.

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