Lõõtsa 1A office building on the corner of Suur-Sõjamäe and Lõõtsa street bearing the name of Viktor Palm, the academic and chemist of Estonian Academy of Sciences, is an important landmark to all people entering Ülemiste City campus from the city centre.
The architectural desing of the building was created by KOKO architects. The 12 storey office building with an outstanding facade is added accent by large glass surfaces moving up in a spiral on the outside. The heart of the building is set up by a high first storey with a lobby, reception and catering area. On the south side of the bilding, there is an urban town square with flags and sitting areas, where different events of Ülemiste City community take place.
The building has been issued a weighted energy efficiency class of “B”. The energy supply of the building operates on sertified green energy. The building has been awarded the LEED Platinum certificate indicating that it was constructed based on taking resbonsibility and using designs that economize future resources.
Ülemiste City, which 15 years ago was created to be a smart business city, today accommodates nearly 500 companies. There are more than 13 000 talents working, studying and living here whose contribution to the economy is now equal to the 5th city of Estonia.
Everything you need is right here – gyms, health and beauty services, cafes, restaurants, entertainment, and also the most awarded shopping mall in all the Baltic States.
1 minute from the airport, 10 minutes from the city centre, 15 minutes from the harbour. You can easily and comfortably get here by bus, tram, train or bicycle and car.
Concerts, sporting events, exhibitions, street food Tuesdays, seminars, hacks, live shows and different workshops – there is something for everyone in our lively community.