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When you are the first resident of a new home, the rental apartments feels instantly like your own. Architects and engineers have new SATOhomes on their drawing desks regularly, and we are steadily planning renovations on our older houses. And it is not uncommon for us to take part in plotting whole new neighborhoods. When that happens, those plans are also gathered here.
Kontula grows and develops quickly. The city of Helsinki is developing the shopping center area, and residential buildings are being renovated. There is also room to construct something new in the loosely built neighborhood.
SATO RentHomes will be built and renovated on the site of Keinulaudantie 7. Brand new Keinulaudantie 7 A was completed in the autumn of 2020. Keinulaudantie 7, built in 1966, and it´s 152 homes will be renovated to a new level by the beginning of year 2022.
A similar development work is undergoing at Kaarenjalka 5 property. Kaarenjalka 5 A was completed in the summer of 2020. Kaarenjalka 5, built in 1968, will be renovated along with the surfaces and equipments, and residents will be able to move into their new homes in January 2021.
Kaarenjalka 5 is a five-storey building, which has 110 rental homes from efficient studios to 3-bedroom units. The bright apartments have large windows and clean and easily furnished layouts. Except for 25-27 m2 studios, all homes have a separate dine-in kitchen with room to enjoy cooking. The French balconies create a sense of space and airiness in studios. 1-3-bedroom homes feature a sunny glassed-in balcony.
The interior materials of the apartments are light-colored and timeless. The floors are light oak laminate and the walls are painted white. The kitchen units have white cabinets. The space between the top and bottom cabinets and the worktop are gray laminate. In the 1-3-bedroom apartments, the equipment includes a ceramic hob, cooker hood, fridge-freezer and dishwasher. The studios have a ceramic hob and cooker hood and a fridge. Kitchen appliances are white. The furniture in the bathroom is from SATO's Kide collection. Their material is a very durable and beautiful white solid laminate. The bathroom walls are white tile and the floor tiling is gray. There is space for a washer and dryer.
The ground floor of the building features the clubrooms, shared sauna sections, laundry rooms and spacious separate drying rooms. The storage units and storage rooms for baby transport and outdoor equipment are also located on the ground floor. The leafy courtyard has playgrounds, seating areas, bicycle shelters and a waste sorting point.
In Pitäjänmäki, Reimarla there are several houses in the same cohesive, quiet and comfortable yard district. This enjoyable, child-friendly area of low-rise buildings features lush grounds with plenty of places to play and enjoy outdoor living. The oldest houses in the area will be renovated with respect for the spirit of the area to meet the demands of today’s living.
The renovation of the two low-rise apartment buildings in Piispantie 3, build in the 1960s, will be the first to be completed. Environmentally friendly geothermal energy has been chosen as the heating method for the houses.
42 clear-lined 1-bedroom homes and 6 efficient 2-bedroom homes will have a new, fresh look after the renovation. All homes have open-plan kitchens that connect to the living areas and large windows that bring light and airiness to the spaces. Except for six apartments, all homes have glassed-in balconies.
The communal areas shared by the residents will also be renovated. On the ground floor of the house A-B there are clubrooms and a sauna section with terrace. Both houses have laundries and separate drying rooms. Apartment-specific storage units and storage for prams and hobby equipment are also in the basement of the houses. The green courtyard has a playground and seating areas.
Apartments including balconies, as well as buildings including courtyards are non-smoking.
The apartments will be ready for moving into in February 2021. In Autumn 2020 you will find them on the Find a Home page.
The construction of the Sompasaaren Priki property begins in January 2020 and residents will be able to move into their new homes in November 2021. The property will have 57 apartments, of which 41 will be rental homes and 16 will be sold.
Sompasaari is an island that will be surrounded by canals in the south and north and by the sea on the eastern, southern and western sides. The area has great public transport connections: The Kalasatama metro station and bus links are within walking distance from the Sompasaari area. Once completed, the coming tram line to Pasila and the tram services to Hakaniemi and Laajasalo via the new bridge connections will improve the area’s transport connections even further.
In Autumn 2021 you will find available apartments on the Find a Home page.
In Matinkylä, Aapelinkatu and Matinkartanontie, there are several houses in the same cohesive courtyard. Lush playgrounds, a child-friendly environment and the wide and versatile outdoor recreation and hiking areas t of the Waterfront Walkway and Central Park surrounding Matinkylä make the area a comfortable home region. Iso Omena and the metro station are within walking distance, so getting around your own home, local services and the center of Helsinki is quick and easy.
The houses of the 1970s will be completely renovated to meet the demands of today’s living. The houses have 107 apartments, from efficient studios to 112 m2 family apartments. The interior materials of the apartments are timelessly light-colored, and the floor plans are clear and practical in the style of the 70s. The communal areas shared by the residents will also be renovated.
The apartments will be ready for moving into in March 2021.
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SATO will have 77 rental homes built close to the Niittykumpu metro station in Espoo at Kappelitie 5.
The heat source chosen for the property is geothermal heating, which uses solar energy stored in the ground. Geothermal heating helps cut carbon dioxide emissions and, especially with global warming taking place, the advantage of a geothermal heating system is that it can also be used to cool the building. The property will be carbon neutral as regards operational emissions during its use as renewable electricity will be used in addition to geothermal heat.
Niittykumpu is a park-like district with around 5,000 residents located in southeastern Espoo and with excellent public transport links. The metro and numerous bus services connect the district to other areas in Espoo and the rest of the Helsinki Metropolitan Area. By 2030, the number of residents is expected to increase to 12,000.
Construction begins in March 2020 and the apartments will be ready for moving into in December 2021. In Autumn 2021 you will find them on the Find a Home page.
The apartments are ready to rent approximately 1-6 months before they are completed, after we first determine the rents and the moving-in-date (the moving-in-date is rarely delayed, but sometimes houses complete ahead of the planned time). When the apartments are ready to rent, you will find them on the Find a Home page, and we recommend you to fill in an application. The appliceation is valid for 1 month at a time. For more info on applying for a home, please visit: FAQ - Finding a Home »
Soon we will have a pre-sign-up form so you can leave your contact info even before these houses go under construction.