Four three-story apartment buildings are being built on the quiet Algi street. These cosy urban homes are surrounded by a spacious courtyard, which is bordered by a homely wooden fence and contains playgrounds and plenty of greenery. The courtyard is navigable via an illuminated footpath. Residents of ground floor apartments may have morning coffee on their sunny wooden-floored terrace, surrounded by lush greenery. First and second floor apartments have southern balconies for taking in the views. Architecturally, Algi homes are Scandinavian and modern.Read more
Structures of buildings. The buildings have shallow foundations. External walls are built from three-layered precast reinforced concrete sandwich panels insulated with PIR panels; ground floor external wall panels are additionally finished with brick panels.
Internal load-bearing walls are made of single-layered pre-cast concrete panels, and shaft walls are made of cinder blocks. Apartment internal walls are metal-framed plasterboard walls. Floors are made of reinforced concrete hollow-core slabs finished with an insulation layer and flooring screed. The buildings have a flat roof.
Water and sewerage. The flats are furnished with white ceramic sinks, glass shower walls or a bathtub, white dual-flush toilet bowls, lever mixer taps, and water and sewage connections for a washing machine. Water supply and sewer pipes are fully integrated into the walls and floors.
The water piping inlet of each apartment is located behind the suspended ceiling in the bathroom. Shut-off-valves and water flow meters with automatic remote reading have been installed.