K2, a new commercial building, will be completed by summer 2019 in Tallinn, Kristiine district, at Artelli 19. K2 is the second stage of the K1 development (Kadaka tee 4), which was opened in spring 2018 and has since become highly popular.
The new development has approximately 2,730 m2 of rentable space. The building is planned mainly as a single-storey commercial building that is divided into autonomously functioning rental units, which can be used independently or merged if more space is needed. Units can be accessed from two sides: an attractive customer entrance facing Artelli street and a back entrance with a loading door. In addition, a block of offices and service areas is planned on the first floor of the section of the building that is facing Kadaka tee.
The building will be very energy-efficient – average additional costs will be approximately 1.5 €/m2per month. Each rental unit will have personal sanitary facilities with a toilet and a shower as well as an autonomous and energy-efficient air-to-water heating and cooling system. In addition, the facility has roof-mounted solar panels, which ensures a class B energy rating for the building.
Development of the region
- In 2019, the construction of K3 commercial building (Kadaka tee 133) will be completed. The new commercial building will attract many new businesses to the area.
- YIT Eesti AS is developing residential housing with 750 apartments nearby, which will contribute many new customers for businesses in the area.
- By 2020, the extension of Kadaka tee will be completed. The new roadway will have four lanes, regulated entries and exits, and cycle and pedestrian tracks.
Exterior and interior design
The façade of the K2 commercial building facing Kadaka tee and Artelli street will be attractive and dynamic. Also, eye-catching lighting solutions are designed to attract the attention of drivers and pedestrians. The floor-to-ceiling height of the rental units will be up to 8.5 metres, which allows for modern mezzanine floor designs or to store goods in high stacks.