KOy Dosentinlinna holds topping-out ceremony
The topping-out ceremony for KOy Dosentinlinna in Munkkiniemi, Helsinki, was held on the 11th of November 2015.
The new Senior Residence Building with 5-8 floors includes 71 flats around a glass roof atrium space.
The building is connected to an existing Senior Service Building complex next to Munkkiniemi park.
The building will be completed in June 2016.
Gross area of 6000 square metres, flats sizing between 30-60 m2.
IsoKristiina Shopping Centre opened as a whole
IsoKristiina Shopping Centre has now been
opened as a whole. Finnkino, Tokmanni and other retail premises were completed
to the second opening on the 30th September. The City Theatre on the
second floor will host its first shows on the 21st of November. The
city has renewed the street areas and walking decks in front of the building,
and the citizens have taken IsoKristiina as their own living room. A
significant phase of Lappeenranta City Centre revitalization plan has been
C&J moving to Autotalo
We are moving to Autotalo Kamppi on the 26th of June 2015.
Our new address will be Salomonkatu 17 A, 00100 Helsinki.
The whole office will fit into one floor designed by C&J, between the two towers.
IsoKristiina Grand Opening
The first commercial opening of IsoKristiina Shopping
Centre in Lappeenranta is due next Thursday May 7th 2015
at 10 am.
The biggest commercial construction site in Southeast
Finland is now nearly completed. Rest of the shops including a cinema will open
after the summer. The City Theatre on the upper floors is a separate project
due to open next January.
On completion the Shopping Centre will be
the biggest in the region; with roughly 70 shops, indoor parking for 550 cars,
restaurant capacity for 1000 customers and 4 cinema theatres.
Gross area of 78 000 square metres, and a total investment of 130
The construction of Pajuniityntie 3 housing project has begun
Pajuniityntie 3 is a housing project of two apartment buildings in Haaga, Helsinki. The project will include 102 mostly one and two bedroom apartments. Facades with red brick facade tiles join the new buildings to the old Haaga surroundings. The bigger building will shelter the smaller one and inner courtyard surroundings from the Hämeenlinnanväylä motorway noise. The housing block will complete the urban Haaga facade to the Hämeenlinnanväylä and form a landmark visible for drivers approaching Helsinki. The project will be completed in 2016.
Siilitie Metro Station awarded with the Rose for Building honorary mention
Siilitie Metro Station was awarded with the annual Rose for Building 2014 (Rakentamisen ruusu) honorary mention in new buildings category by City of Helsinki Building Control Commission.