Majakka

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Majakka (Finnish for ‘lighthouse’) is a high-rise building currently being built in Kalasatama, Helsinki. When completed, it will become the second tallest skyscraper in the Nordic countries, after Turning Torso. It is also going to be the first skyscraper in Finland.

Majakka
Majakka kesäkuu 2018.jpg
Majakka under construction, June 2018
General information
StatusTopped-out
TypeResidential
LocationKalasatama, Helsinki, Finland
AddressKalasatamankatu 9A
Estimated completionAutumn 2019
OwnerSRV [fi]
Height
Architectural134m
Technical details
Floor count35
Design and construction
ArchitectPekka Helin
Architecture firmArkkitehtitoimisto Pekka Helin & Co
Main contractorSRV [fi]
Website
srv.fi/redi

The tower will rise up to 134 meters and it will be the tallest residential building in Finland. There will be 35 floors and the tower will be equipped with a party room for 50 people. On the 5th floor, will be a garden open for all citizens. From the towers there will be a straight connection to the REDI shopping centre and the Kalasatama metro station. There are also 7 more residential towers and a hotel and offices being built. All towers are estimated to be ready in 2023.

References[edit]

  • "Etusivu - REDI". REDI (in Finnish). Retrieved 2018-03-03.