The Arter quarter, which is rising on Liivalaia street, refutes the saying that the location is not decisive. The business quarter, which will be completed in the fall of 2024, and is located in a place that is equally convenient to reach from any part of the capital, is also eye-catching in terms of height in addition to its excellent location – it is here that the tallest office building in Estonia, at 111 meters, will be located.
Arter quarter consists of 28-, 15-, and 9-story buildings and a central building with a parking garage connecting them. The quarter, which will be completed in the fall of 2024, will have 38,000 m² of rental space with cafes, a sports club, health services and an apartment hotel.
The office is no longer just a place where you arrive at a certain time and leave at the appointed time, but much more. Developers planning new objects are increasingly based on the social aspect. Hybrid work is here to stay, and that’s why the role of offices in business success and people’s satisfaction is more important than ever.
Never before, when setting up offices, factors that boost teamwork have been so thoroughly considered, or that in addition to meeting and public spaces, the building must also have more private spaces for free time. An office is not just a table and a chair to sit behind to do work, but a place where you can continue with your hobbies and interests and your private life in addition to the obligatory tasks.
Like a custom-made and well-fitting tailor’s suit – clearly thinking about the people and the success of the company, the Arter quarter, which will be built on one of the liveliest streets in the city, will also be completed.
A city square will be built in front of the quarter’s buildings, a 500 m² city garden on the roof terrace of the 15-story office building, and a park open to all city residents on the area of the former Härjapea river bed behind the buildings.
In the heart of the city, in the middle of life
When choosing a new office, the first question that arises is its location. Accessibility from different parts of the city, infrastructure are important, but more and more people are also thinking about smart solutions in the building, economy.
Among other things, the fact that there are not many new modern business districts that take almost the same amount of time to get to from any part of the capital city speaks in favor of Kerkiva Arter – less than 20 minutes from Peeter and Kakumäe, less than half an hour from Laagri and Viimsi by car. It takes less than ten minutes to reach Arteri from the airport, bus and train station.
It is equally convenient to come to Arteri by light vehicle or public transport instead of a car – the necessary infrastructure for this already exists in the region today.
If statistics consider the best distance of a public transport stop from an office building to be up to 300 meters, then this requirement is already met here today.
Time for yourself, which cannot be converted into money
When operating in the city center, nothing is too far away, but at the end of active working days, it is increasingly desired that other necessary tasks can also be completed quickly and time-savingly. Getting the child to the kindergarten on time in the morning and picking them up in the evening is the most headache-inducing part of the weekday for many parents and can take up almost an hour and a half every day.
Arter is a complete business quarter that offers, in addition to 29,000 m2 of Class A office space, 6,000 m2 of service and catering space, and 3,000 m2 of rental apartments. Among other things, childcare also opens its doors here, which means that annoying circles when driving from point A to point B will be avoided. In addition, there will be restaurants, gyms, beauty salons, medical and health services, a swimming pool and a spa. The time for yourself, which would otherwise be spent commuting from one place to another, will be significant, and it can be used instead to pleasantly take care of your health and well-being.
Different cafes and restaurants open their doors in the quarter. Services include a sports club with a 20 m swimming pool, relaxation pools, saunas and an outdoor terrace, various health and beauty services and childcare. Parking spaces will be created for a total of 460 vehicles and more than 100 bicycles.
A person working in a tall building is more productive
Professor Hans Koster from the Vrije University of Amsterdam investigated how the height of a building affects the rent of an office and stated that the higher the building, the higher the price. At the same time, it turned out that people who work and operate in high-rise buildings are more productive in all their endeavors. The facilities located in modern high-rise buildings, in addition to the high-quality indoor climate, the aforementioned gyms, restaurants, child care, etc. reduce stress, bring colleagues closer, positively influence social aspects and create much-needed contacts for the company.
Companies often prefer a high-quality office building in the city center simply because of its reputation and location. The company logo towering on the facade of the building undoubtedly increases the customer base, deepens confidence in the company’s capabilities and productivity, and strengthens the brand.
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