According to Sander Kärson, the Managing Partner of the Estonian branch of TGS Baltic, the company is already waiting for their new office: “We are happy that we will soon be able to move to the most modern office building in Tallinn and that our neighbours will be top players in various fields. It is very important for us that the Arter quarter shares similar values with us and sustainability plays an important role both in the construction and in the later operation of the quarter. It is important to provide a comfortable and well-functioning working environment for the employees of our company – we find that the Arter quarter does this for us as well.”
Kapitel Project Director Allan Remmelkoor: “We create the highest quality working environment in Tallinn, and it is a pleasure to note that Estonian companies value their employees and move their office to Arter. TGS Baltic is one of the leading law firms in Estonia, with whom we share the same values, and Arter can certainly offer the best environment for both their employees and clients.”
Different offices will move to the 15-story office building in the quarter, and several necessary services will also open their doors there: Spaces flexible office solutions and co-working services, the City Tervisekliinik health clinic, a sports club complete with swimming pool and spa. The 58 rental apartments within the 9-storey building are operated by Bob W. Swedbank is set to move into the 28-storey tower in spring 2025.
The Arter Quarter (https://arterkvartal.ee) comprises 28-, 15-, and 9-storey buildings and connecting central building with a parking garage. The near-zero energy buildings are designed and built according to the Excellent level of the international BREEAM standard. An environmentally friendly energy solution is provided by a combination of energy piles, and district heating and cooling. The architect of the Arter quarter is Martin Aunin, the interior design is created by Arhitekt11, main contractor is Merko Ehitus Eesti.
In total, the quarter will offer 463 parking spaces, including Estonia’s largest indoor bicycle parking facility, which can accommodate over 100 bikes. Facilities will also include changing and shower rooms, as well as a maintenance area. The entire quarter, including the city park, will be completed in the third quarter of 2024, including the new Veski Street and the renovated section of Imanta Street, which will ensure safe and calm traffic around the quarter.