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The new energy-efficient 33-apartment building in Tallinn, at Vana-Kuuli 15/3 will be ready in the fall or winter of 2016. The Developer: Colonna Kinnisvara.
On Friday, December 11, the ceremony will be held to lay the cornerstone of a new apartment building in Tallinn, at Vana-Kuuli 15/3. The Company Bauschmidt, the General Contractor for this building, have already built and handed over to customers two apartment houses built earlier under the same project.
Completion of construction of the building, designed by architect Janno Põldmäe, is scheduled for December 2016.
The eight-story building will have 33 apartments and a car parking in the basement. The building construction is designed with energy efficiency class "B" cast reinforced concrete structures. Each apartment has a separate high efficiency forced ventilation with a heat exchanger and a high-quality interior finish package from reputable manufacturers.
You can find more information about Liikuri 41 apartment houses at the project’s webpage www.liikuri41.ee.
Project management and sale of apartments is provided by company Colonna Kinnisvara OÜ.
Colonna Kinnisvara is a company with international capital engaged in real estate development and investment, which started its activities in 2006. The company’s major projects for the development of residential real estate at present are: Vana-Kuuli 15 / Liikuri 41 on Glint Lasnamäe (www.liikuri41.ee/rus), and residential buildings at Tohu street, on the border of Pirita and Lasnamäe (www.tohu.ee/rus).
A gala evening held on Saturday 5 December marked the start of the Pelgulinna Maternity Hospital Support Fund and Colonna Real Estate charity campaign to raise money for the purchase of a brain monitor for newborns.
The aim of this year’s campaign is to acquire an amplitude-integrated electroencephalography machine or brain monitor for the hospital’s intensive care department. The device is valued at 20,000 euros and will be used to monitor the brain activity and any deviations in the brain functions of newborn babies. “The information obtained from the monitor will allow staff to immediately react to and prevent major health problems, should any arise,” explained Eeva Kauba from the Pelgulinna Maternity Hospital Support Fund.
More information about the support fund and hospital can be found online at www.aitaalustadaelu.ee and www.synnitusmaja.ee respectively.