Marjamaa Hansa tee 2 and 4, Rae parish (stage 1)
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Apartment-based forced ventilation with heat recovery
Gas heating, heating unit in every building
Järveküla – a modern village at the capital city outskirts
Järveküla village is located close to Tallinn, in the Rae rural municipality, south of Lake Ülemiste. Rae rural municipality is one of the fastest developing municipalities with established infrastructure and necessary public services. Many kindergartens, schools, various sporting and recreational centres as well as technology parks create a balanced environment for all ages of inhabitants.
Schools and kindergartens
In the year 2016 the most contemporary school in Northern-Estonia was opened – the Järveküla School, which is radially located less than a kilometre from the Marjamaa dwellings. The nearest high school is in Jüri. At the same time with the Marjamaa development, a few hundred metres away a kindergarten is being built so that the youngsters have a safe way home. In total there are four primary schools, one high school and ten kindergartens in the Järveküla area.
It takes about 20 minutes to drive to the city centre from the new Marjamaa homes. A public transport bus stop is less than 400 metres away from where one can reach Tallinn and Jüri (bus lines 132, 132A, 214, 214A, R1, R7). At the edge of the Ülemiste urban area is the Elron rail platform and the Tallinn Airport.
Shops and cafes
The most convenient place for daily shopping is the Peetri Selver. A short drive by car will bring you to the Ülemiste shopping centre and in October 2018 the TI Mall of Tallinn will be opened. The taste buds can be tantalised at the Peetri Tuulik and Assaku Toidutare, both with menus that guarantee that nobody will leave hungry.
Recreation and sports
There are activities for everybody in Järveküla. Sporting facilities are located in the Järveküla sports building which belongs to the Rae sports centre and is 600 metres way as the crow flies. Those inclined towards extreme sports can practice close to home, in the largest adventure sports centre in the Baltics - Spot of Tallinn.
Parks and playgrounds
In the centre of Peetri is the maintained and equipped with playground Peetri Park. Since the last century among protected areas is the oak grove of Lehmja. Ponds and Lake Ülemiste are also in the area.