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The quarter is bounded by the streets Küti, Kalaranna and Oda. It has a size of 15 022 square metres and a total of 7 apartment buildings will be built in 3 stages in the Küti quarter. The first stage, which completed at the end of 2020, consists of the buildings Oda 2 and Oda 4. The building at Oda Street 2 is partly built on the limestone walls of the old riding hall and the building will contain 41 apartments and 2 commercial premises. The smaller building at Oda Street 4, will consist of 19 homes.
Both buildings will consist of different sized 1 to 4 room homes, suitable for large families and small families, the first homes of youths and also for investment. The walls of the riding hall will also be renovated, a cosy yard with playground will be established and a convenient underground parking lot, linking the buildings will be built.
The second stage of construction will see the completion of Kalaranna Street 25, Kalaranna Street 27 and Kalaranna Street 29. The third stage consists of Kalaranna Street 21 and Kalaranna Street 23.
A home where you can feel the freedom of the seaside and the convenience of Kalamaja.
The Küti quarter, rising along the unique location of Kalaranna Street, consists of seven contemporary residential buildings, which are located in the historical heart of Kalamaja, by the sea, bounded on one side by the new Kalaranna Street and on the Kalamaja internal quarter side, by the streets Küti and Oda. Located across the street are waiting Kalarand, the Seaplane Harbour and Noblessner.
The quarter is bounded by the streets Küti, Kalaranna and Oda. It has a size of 15 022 square metres and a total of 7 apartment buildings will be built in 3 stages in the Küti quarter.
The first stage, which was completed at the end of 2020, consists of the buildings Oda 2 and Oda 4.
The second stage of construction will see the completion of Kalaranna Street 25, Kalaranna Street 27 and Kalaranna Street 29.
The third stage consists of Kalaranna Street 21 and Kalaranna Street 23.
The acclaimed architect Urmas Muru, has designed the Küti quarter using a contemporary approach, but subtly taken into consideration the exciting historical background of the property. The windows that extend from the floor to the ceiling allow admiration of the views to the sea, the old town and the Kalamaja atmosphere.
All apartments include a spacious balcony or terrace and a storage area. The terraces of the first floor apartments open into the secure interior courtyard, while the apartments on the fourth floor have roof terraces that offer views to the Kalamaja neighbourhood and the old town. The spacious balconies have glass barriers so that no sunset on the Bay of Tallinn will be left unseen.
The interior is characterised by bright tones, authentic materials and contemporary finishing. The walls are finished in light tones, floors are covered with veneer parquet. The bathrooms have mild toned ceramic tiles and quality ceramics.
Sunsets can be enjoyed from floor to ceiling triple glazed wood aluminium window units or from spacious balconies with movable glazing. Each detail has been carefully selected. The sockets and switches with circular design are even from a design series.
We know that a home yard is important. The Küti Quarter awaits you with a home yard that has a truly cosy atmosphere, interwoven with a dignified history and contemporary solutions. The quarter gets character from a riding hall unique to Estonia. The beautiful limestone walls of the historic riding hall have survived to this day and have been renovated to become a part of the cosy home yard.
The location at the centre of the oldest settlement in Kalamaja, has shaped the exciting course of the Küti quarter, which is directly connected with the proximity of the sea and the old town. The first reports of permanent settlement in Kalamaja date back to 1374. The property of the Küti quarter, according to archaeological data, has already been settled at least in the late Middle Ages, in the 16th century.
The archaeological excavations of the property, unearthed a historical well, which will become an urban display at the corner of Oda and Küti Streets, in order to depict the historical heritage. In 1890, a unique to Estonia, church-riding hall was built on the property of the Küti quarter. Six days a week riding was practiced here, but on the seventh day, the horses were taken out and church services were held.
The experience of YIT Estonia ensures the construction quality of the Küti quarter.
The developer has the right to change the prices of the unsold apartments.
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