16 000 m2

Kasarmikatu 21

  • A prime property in the heart of Helsinki
  • Due for completion in 2017
  • Floors may be divided between several occupiers
  • Overall floor plan size of up to 2,200 m²
  • Private car and cycle park

Kasarmikatu 21: flexible modern premises in downtown Helsinki for your business.

In the heart of the city

Located right in the middle of Helsinki, Kasarmikatu 21 is a new building equipped to meet the needs of modern business.

Opportunities for completely new construction in the centre of Helsinki are few and far between, and unlike other stone buildings in the downtown area, this one was specifically designed to provide office accommodation. This is evident from the building’s adaptable and spacious interiors.

The distinguished façade overlooks the open area of Kasarmitori Square, with splendid views across the rooftops of the city from the top floor.

Flexible space design

The floor plan of the building is sufficiently flexible to accommodate varying business premises according to the needs of the lessee.

The carefully designed floor plan allows easy placement of partition walls and other interior elements, and the premises may also be unobstructed across the entire floor without exposing the installed building technology features to users.

These premises are clearly superior to most office accommodation in Helsinki city centre for efficiency and comfort. Some example premises have been designed for the building on the assumption of operations with just 10m²/person compared to a general average of about 25m²/person.


Designed to last

Kasarmikatu 21 has been designed for lasting use, and all of the materials and construction methods have been carefully selected with a view to immediately securing the highest platinum level LEED environmental rating for the building.

LEED is a green certification system for real estate based on an independent assessment of a building’s environmental features. The building must meet certain standards for such aspects as whole life cycle consumption of energy, water and materials. (Source: Green Building Council Finland)