Arte Galeriimaja officially opened its doors this week. This is a new 82-apartment building in the immediate vicinity of Telliskivi Creative City. The building stands on commercial land and consists of one- and two-room quest apartments. In other words, it is an investor-oriented product and the first one of its kind in the area.


Estonia’s pleasantly crisp winter is in full swing, just like the sale of apartments at Arte Galeriimaja. It is said that "only fools rush in"; however, those who wish to have their own apartment in Arte Galeriimaja had better hurry – only 5 out of 82 apartments are still vacant today!


Everybody that visited the presentation of the show apartment at Arte Galeriimaja noticed the stabilized moss installation as well as the beautifully expressive paintings on the walls of the building’s vestibule. These original paintings were made especially for the Arte Galeriimaja by talented Elina Kasesalu. They will be creating an enjoyable atmosphere not only in the vestibule but all the common areas in the building.


The vestibule and the show apartment of Arte Galeriimaja were completed at the beginning of November, which created a real finished-building feeling. In reality, the works will continue until Spring 2019.


We happily invite you to the unveiling of the Arte Galeriimaja (Telliskivi 49) show apartment on November 13th between 12:00 and 19:00. In addition to the show apartment, we have finished the vestibule and will have a special offer to those who make the decision to purchase at the open house.


We have made swift progress with the construction of Arte Galeriimaja and will soon proudly invite you to experience the show apartment. But that is not all – with the show apartment we are putting the finishing touches on the vestibule, which serves as a kind of special apartment extension in the building.

The show apartment is a 41,5 m² two-room apartment with a cute 4,7 m² balcony. The interior finish is based on the Classic package and we will also be presenting our offered built-in furniture and equipment options. 


An active real estate market and favourable financing conditions have made an increasing number of people think about rental investments. It’s no surprise, since an apartment purchased for rental is both a long-term investment and an opportunity to create a passive income stream.

Below, Tõnu Toompark (TT), one of the leading real estate experts in Estonia, provides seven aspects to take into account when purchasing an apartment for rental, and Marko Bäärs (MB), a member of board at Perton Ehitus, addresses these issues regarding his own ongoing development project in Kalamaja, Arte Galeriimaja, located next to the Creative City at Telliskivi 49.


Those who keep an eye on the construction site know that some time ago a wreath appeared on Arte Galeriimaja’s rafters. This means that the construction reached the stage where a small traditional party was held for the construction team.


Regardless of the wonderful summer weather and sunshine, the works at Telliskivi 49 have been progressing smoothly. The construction of the floors at Arte Galeriimaja is finished, now the roof panels are being installed, then the parapets will be built and finally we will get to the roofing work.


Wonderful June is coming to an end and it’s a good time to look at the construction of the Arte Galeriimaja, which is being built at Telliskivi 49. 

The walls are rising and we are already approaching the next floor – even before the end of this month we will reach to installing the panels of the 3rd floor.