One of our oldest buildings
The units in this centrally located late-Jugendstil apartment building have loads of character and natural light. The windows in sections A and B face Kalevankatu street and the inner courtyard while sections D and E have only courtyard exposure.
The building was designed by architects Wäinö Gustaf Palmqvist and Einar Sjöström. The street façade has been protected under the town plan as being of great value to the cityscape. The staircase walls in sections A and B are partly marbled and the fantastic original landing doors on each floor have been grained by hand.
The refurbishment completed in 2012 involved a complete modernisation of all units in sections D and F as well as most units in sections A and B. The units in section E and some of the units in sections A and B were converted from offices in the 1990s and private saunas were built in the units at this time. The most recent refurbishment concerned these units only in the form of new coats of paints.
There are many small boutiques, cafés and restaurants in the Kamppi area. Within walking distance you will also find Kamppi metro station, the Forum and Kamppi shopping centres, Stockmann department store and the cinema complex at Tennispalatsi. The area has good transport connections everywhere, especially to Lauttasaari and Espoo. For outdoor enjoyment, there are varied green walking paths running, for example, through Lapinlahti park to Hietaranta beach and onward all the way to Meilahti.For transport links, see the HSL Journey Planner »
studio, 1 br., 2 br., 3 br.
Air-raid shelter, Attic or cellar or storage room, Outdoor storage room, House sauna
Riikka Korhonen, email@example.com