This property, completed in 2013, makes work efficient by providing client companies with lobby and reception services, a lunch restaurant, conference rooms for rent and an auditorium for 130 people.
The spaces are always modified according to the client's wishes. Some windows offer a view to the Lauttasaari bridge and the K.A. Fagerholm park.
Ruoholahti, the industrial hub of the 1990s, has been discovered by the corporate world. It is in the vicinity of the Ruoholahti shopping centre and its stores and services, a medical clinic and hospital, Ruoholahti primary school, the Helsinki Conservatory of Music, International School of Helsinki, a hotel and the Cable Factory cultural centre.
The public transport connections are excellent. Ruoholahti can be accessed from the centre via the metro, tram, westbound buses and Baana, a pedestrian and bicycle route from Kiasma.
Parking spaces are available for rent in the parking garage of the Ruoholahti shopping centre, which is connected by a lift to the lobby of the property. Bicycles can be stored in lockable bicycle racks protected from rain. The property has been awarded the LEED Gold level environmental certificate.
The distinctive neighbourhood of Ruoholahti was built at a rapid pace along the western seafront of the city. Modern housing units, canals and unique shops live side-by-side with business premises. Its excellent location and good connections to both central Helsinki and Espoo make Ruoholahti well suited for business.
- Technology hub
- Good connections
- Growing area