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We have good news for everyone who has dreamed of an environmentally friendly home nestled in a small town full of fresh air. The homes being built on Nurme Street in Keila are eye-catching, make everyday life cosy and convenient, and ensure a smaller environmental footprint for its residents.
The four-storey elegant apartment buildings to be built at Nurme 2, 4, 6 (previously Posti 8, 10, 12) are perfect for families who value the comforts of a modern, energy class A home. Roof-mounted solar panels keep electricity costs low.
The water, electricity and heating costs of the Nurme Street homes are measured separately for each apartment using remote meters. Environmentally friendly heat recovery ventilation ensures that the air in your new home is always fresh, clean and warm. Floor-to-ceiling windows will help fill your home with natural light, and thanks to underfloor heating, you can forget about needing socks all year round.
The 1-4 room apartments will have areas of 34 to 77 m2 and well thought-out layouts. The three buildings will house 54 families. There are only 18 apartments in each building – just the right number of people to create a close community.
The modern exterior of your new home was created by architect Tormi Sooväli, who combined timeless and maintenance-free concrete with wooden cladding that tastefully blends in with the green small-town milieu. The glass balconies give the exterior of the building an airy feel. Each apartment owner can also choose to have the balcony glazed in order to enjoy the first rays of spring sunshine, the birdsong and the view of the beautifully landscaped courtyard. The spacious and bright staircases in the apartment buildings have a lift for easy access. The ground floor of each building consists of an open car park that blends in with the surrounding timber trellis to form an elegant whole with the rest of the structure.
As a resident of the new buildings on Nurme Street, you can leave your vehicle safely in the car park – we have created the perfect conditions for you to run your daily errands on a bike. We will build a bike station with colourful green roofs for each building. Additionally, there is going to be an outdoor bike park in the courtyard to provide your guests with a safe parking place for their two-wheelers.
If you’ve caught yourself dreaming of a beautiful home and a comfortable life amidst the greenery of Keila, register your interest today. This way, you can see the plans and prices of the first apartments to be completed and choose the perfect home for your family.
Nurme 6 is an apartment building that will catch people’s eye, make everyday life both cosy and convenient and ensure that its residents leave a smaller environmental footprint.
Rooftop solar panels
Choose geothermal heating for affordable fixed costs
For Nurme 6, we decided to go with geothermal heating. A geothermal heat pump extracts the heat stored underground and transfers it to the hydronic floor heating system. Of all the heating options available on the market today, geothermal heating has the lowest fixed costs, making it on average 25-45% cheaper than district heating. The same system also supports floor cooling in summer to reduce the effects of hot weather. Geothermal heating is also less sensitive to fluctuations in energy prices, as 75% of the energy is extracted from underground.
Efficient and low-energy heating solution
Environmentally friendly heating without smoke, dust, soot or ash
Suitable for supplying domestic hot water in addition heating the premises
Long useful life
Foundation and structures
The building is constructed of prefabricated concrete elements The building is on a shallow foundation.
Exterior walls are built of prefabricated three-layer concrete panels. The insulation layer is 200 mm (the thermal transmittance of the carcass is 0.16 W/m2*K). The exterior panels are smooth or textured and finished with paint.
The apartment walls and the walls separating the apartments from common areas are prefabricated concrete elements (200 mm). The interior walls of the apartments are made from gypsum plasterboard on a metal frame, filled with insulation.
Common hallways and stairwell
The stairwell is accessible through the main door and the car park. The glass façade provides natural light to the stairwell.
All images on the website are illustrative.