Port of Tallinn heading for new shores
Photo: Zaha Hadid Architects
The Old City Harbour in Tallinn, designed by the internationally highly esteemed Zaha Hadid Architects, has turned into the flagship of the city's property evolution. The gry and old harbour basin will be transformed into Estonia's premier tourism gateway and future urban heart by hosting the Waterfront City, Explorer Community, Innovation District and New Coastal Metropolis.
The Port of Tallinn is Estonia's largest port authority and it strives to strengthen the country's competitiveness as a maritime hub. Besides carrying almost 11 million passengers and 20 million tonnes of cargo annually, real estate is an equally integral part of the group's business. This is why the corporation ranks not only as the largest port on the shores of the Baltic Sea, but is also recognised as an attractive developer of real estate and industrial parks in its docklands. At present, commercial and residential premises for mixed use are emerging in the Old City Harbour on a built-up area of
400,000 m², while land and commercial space are taking shape in the three industrial & logistics parks at Muuga Harbour, Paldiski South Harbour and Saaremaa Harbour.