Mündriku residents

Mündriku residents

Mündriku residents homes on Väike-Patarei and Jahu streets are inspired by the creative atmosphere of Kalamaja, the open community culture and the proximity of the sea. The new buildings blend into the existing environment while offering the advantages of a contemporary building. The Mündriku residents consists of seven, small, private three or four storey residential buildings. Each building has only 8-15 apartments, with terraces offering access to the courtyard that is bounded by a wooden fence characteristic of Kalamaja.

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Private buildings with few apartments

Private buildings with few apartments

A spacious home yard

A spacious home yard

bounded by a wooden fence

Proximity to the sea, old town and passenger port

Proximity to the sea, old town and passenger port

A neighbourhood with a different history

Kalamaja is one of the oldest and largest suburbs of Tallinn, being mentioned in written records already in the 14th century. It is believed that already in ancient times, temporarily used buildings and boathouses, of the fishermen of the surrounding villages, existed in the area of the Suur-Patarei street. At that time handworkers, fishermen and draymen were referred to as mündrike.

In easy reach

The new homes in the cherished area of Kalamaja are close to the sea and the old town. Within walking distance are Kalasadam, Lennusadam, the Noblessner quarter and the contemporised Baltic Station Market. The distinctness and appeal of Kalamaja are the open culture, friendly inhabitants and festivities organised as a unified community.

Contemporised nostalgic tastes

Kalamaja väiksed ja armsad kohvikud, populaarsed restoranid, omanäoline tänavatoit ja külalisi võõrustavad vinoteegid on võitnud toidugurmaanide südamed.

Comfort of motion

It is sufficient to jump on to the first bus or tram to reaching the city centre, but even on foot one is there quickly. It is enjoyable with summer weather to relax on the sea as from right here, from the port of Kalasadam, one can take a boat to Naissaar.

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Architecture

Finished with wooden facades, the buildings blend into the historical environment, while creating a unity with the modern new buildings. 

The exteriors of the residential buildings are structured with Swedish red or brown vertical boarding and the balconies are bordered with wooden ribs of the same tone.

The architect of the building is Tormi Sooväli, who in his 20 years of working has designed apartment buildings, private homes, as well as office spaces.

natural
materials

The interior finishings of the Mündriku residents are characterised by natural materials and big city elegance. The contemporary is emphasised through natural materials.

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