T1 Shopping Center
Retail and office space
Building volume: 130,000 m²
Total investment: € 70 million
T1 Mall of Tallinn – a new standard of retail and entertainment
In October 2018, the new T1 Mall of Tallinn shall open at the heart of Estonia’s capital – a shopping and entertainment centre unlike any other built in Estonia and the Baltics so far and featuring an extravagant landmark unique in whole Europe.
T1 Mall of Tallinn shall raise the bar for all retail and entertainment centres in the region.
Residential building complex
Building volume: 122,144 m2 including underground parking ca 28,000 m2
Total Investment: ca € 108.2 million (estimate)
Kristiine City is one of the largest residential blocks in the Baltic countries, located in Kristiine borough, a residential area in the City Centre periphery of Tallinn.
The unique project foresees impressive red brick buildings smoothly integrated with the modern architecture that will arise over the hill in the centre of the new block, providing a series of apartment and office buildings built on land plots historically occupied by barracks.
The Kalaranna development is located on the most exclusive real estate sea border of central Tallinn. The plans for the real estate property include a beach promenade and a coherent public room with a building solution, turning the region into a valued community space in the city of Tallinn.
Kristiine Shopping Centre
Building volume: 69,800 m2
Parking places: 1,100 cars
Total investment: € 57 million
Kristiine Shopping Centre is one of the largest shopping centres in the Baltic countries. The constructions began in 1997 and were completed in 1999 with retail space for 60 stores including a 8,000 m2 hypermarket, restaurants, cafes, fast-food outlets and famous fashion brands.
PK Ilmarine Hotel (former Domina Inn Ilmarine Hotel)
The building previously housed the Friedrich Wiegland Engineering Factory, once renowned throughout the Russian Empire was established in 1881. The company changed its name to Ilmarine in 1920, which gave also the name to the hotel that was opened in 1999 in the same building. The hotel changed its name to PK Ilmarine Hotel in 2012.
The hotel has 105 rooms, its exterior and interior recall its industrial past, while providing discreet accommodation and sumptuous comfort. Situated on the outskirts of the Old Town of Tallinn, close to the sea and a few minutes walk from the Passenger Port.
My City Hotel (former Domina City Hotel)
Building volume: 2,200 m2
Total investment: € 1.73 million
Situated in the heart of Tallinn and its medieval Old Town, Domina City captures all the city’s excitement, energy and cultural diversity. The construction works of the building started in 2000 and were completed a year after.
Vene street 19
Building volume: 2,170 m2
Total investment: € 1.9 million
Historical building in Tallinn Old Town was first mentioned in 1389. The unique property has two inner courtyards and courtyard buildings that date back to 17th century.
Pro Kapital Business Centre
Building volume: 11,400 m2
Total investment: € 7.5 million
Centrally located on Narva road, in the city centre of Tallinn, close to the Tallinn Passenger Port. Turning a former industrial building that used to be a part of the Estonian Cable industrial complex into a contemporary business centre was the first large development project for Pro Kapital in Estonia.
Building volume: 1,560 m2
Total investment: €1.8 million
The historical building in the Old Town of Tallinn was first recorded in the 14th century and was one of the few buildings that remained almost untouched by the WW2 bombing. The building has had some reconstructions, with the last one finished in 2002. The building has shops on the ground floor and apartments on the 2nd-4th floors that have two to four room apartments.
Building volume: 19,000 m2
Total investment: € ca 25 million
The Ilmarine Quarter was the first renovation project of Pro Kapital in Tallinn which included a whole housing block. With an excellent location at the waterfront the property was formerly an industrial facility headed by Ilmarine, a heavy engineering plant. The quarter was finished in 2008 and has 13 houses with 306 apartments that were completed together with office areas and underground parking.
Building volume: 4,100 m2
Total investment: € 1.2 million
Demini Shopping Gallery is located in the Tallinn Old Town, one of the prime shopping areas, on the corner of Viru and Vene Street. The renovation of the department store was completed in one year and the complex was opened at the end of 1998. The basement and first three floors are retail space; the two uppermost floors accommodate exclusive apartments. Pro Kapital sold Demini Shopping Centre to an Italian investor at the beginning of 1999.
Building volume: 4,700 m2
Total investment: € 7.6 million
The historical building, bought in 2000, is located in the Town Hall Square of medieval Tallinn Old Town. Already mentioned in the 14th century the ensemble of buildings, that are situated in Raekoja square 8; Kinga street 6,8; Pikk street 12 and Mündi street 1,3, got its name in the 1918 when the merchant Iwan Jegorovitš bought the quarter. The quarter has a restaurant in the basement, shops on the ground floor, apartments on the 2nd-5th floors that have one to five rooms with some of the apartments on two floors and a inner quartyard.