MODERN LIVING ENVIRONMENT IN A HISTORICAL INDUSTRIAL AREA
CONTEMPORARY AND DIGNIFIED
Manufaktuuri 7 is located in the Sitsi sub-district of Northern Tallinn, in the area of the former Baltic cotton factory (Sitsi factory) and the future Manufactory Quarter.
The Manufactory Quarter will become the new centre of Northern Tallinn. It’s a high-quality and well-considered living environment that’s easy to access and has many functions and leisure opportunities.
ENJOY YOUR FREE TIME
The Pelgurand beach with its light traffic and forest paths is less than a kilometre away, the Pikakari and Stroomi beaches, the Sõle Sports Centre and the future Putukaväil highway are also nearby.
Everything you need in your daily life is conveniently near: there are four large grocery stores, petrol stations and pharmacies in the vicinity.
The quarter is surrounded by easily accessible roads: Kopli, Sõle and Sitsi streets. There is room for cars, bicycles, public transport, ride-sharing and other means of transport whilst car traffic inside the quarter is kept to a minimum.
There is a beautiful symbiosis between the modern buildings of the Manufactory and the old factory building.
The ceilings, which are higher than average, and the light-filled rooms create a spacious atmosphere; the unique façade of green tiles catches the eye whilst the wooden balconies add some cosiness. Parking is easy for the residents and the building’s car parks fit well into the remaining environment. Also, the building has spacious storage rooms for bicycles and baby carriages, as well as a multifunctional hobby room.
The building is designed by the architecture office Molumba, the author of the interior architecture is LÄVI sisearhitektid. The building is built by Mitt & Perlebach.
RESPECTABLE HISTORY OF THE INDUSTRIAL AREA
Production in the area of the Manufactory Quarter started in 1898 with the establishment of the Baltic Cotton Spinning and Weaving Factory (i.e. the Baltic Cotton Factory). At first, the factory had a little over a hundred workers, but their number had increased to 2,020 by 1908 – the year that marked the height of the factory’s success. Production in the factory came to and end only in 2005.
Hepsor – 10 years of excellence in residential and business environments, green thinking, innovation, and modern architecture. We are one of the biggest and fast-growing property developers in Estonia, and we have been moving in the same direction in Latvia for four years.
We are not merely developing square metres but also creating homes for people and companies.
Beginning of construction: FIRST QUARTER OF 2022