Being constructed alongside the towers is a three-storey parking station. Connected to the buildings, it will provide a total of 291 parking spaces for the second, third and fourth towers. The 1200-square-metre roof of the parking station will be transformed into a landscaped terrace space for the use of residents, featuring a children’s playground as well as relaxation areas for adults.
‘WoHo’ or Work and Home quarters like the Rocca Towers development are growing in popularity around the world, including in Estonia, all the more so because of recent changes in the economy and working practices. The developer says both buyers and renters have shown an interest in the Rocca Towers commercial spaces because of the site’s logistically favourable location: the proximity of the Haabersti overpass provides easy access to both the centre of the city and many of its districts. The commercial spaces, which boast floor-to-ceiling display windows and high ceilings, have been purchased to serve as offices, shops and service points. Among them will be centres offering beauty, day spa, childcare and treatment services as well as a range of stores.
Endover sold more than 300 apartments in 2021, to a value of 67 millions euros – one of the highest volumes on the residential development market in Tallinn. The Rocca Towers quarter is situated close to the Haabersti overpass. It will be home to five buildings offering more than 330 apartments and 4000 square metres of commercial space. The first buildings were completed in 2021, with the complex as a whole due for completion in 2023. Its total construction volume is 41,181 square meters.
The buildings were designed by architects from ARS Projekt, who were also responsible for the Maakri quarter highrises and the Endover-developed Torn. Interiors were created by interior architect Aet Piel and Maarja-Linda Taur. The main contractor is Metropoli Ehitus, design work is performed by Esplan.