The new architectural solution of Ülemiste City aims to develop not only new commercial and office buildings in the area, but also apartment buildings, a sports complex, a culture centre, parks, cafes, etc., reported Äripäev.
"Ülemiste City will become a fully functional and modern city district in the next ten years," said Gert Jostov, Chairman of the Management Board of Technopolis Ülemiste AS. "While our main objective is to continue developing an international and knowledge-based working environment, we see it not only as an area for new office and commercial buildings, but also attractive residential, communication and leisure area that would attract people to the campus 24 hours a day and inspire the development of new business models. In the future, Ülemiste City will accommodate ca 15,000 employees and 5,000 residents."
"Ülemiste City is becoming an integrated and well-planned urban environment, something that has not been developed in Estonia for decades," said Toomas Aak, chairman of Mainor Ülemiste AS. "In addition to the logical and convenient location of buildings and infrastructure, the new solution is also environmentally friendly. This is reflected in the use of modern and ecological technologies, and also in the appearance of the campus. In the future, Ülemiste City will have a pedestrian zone with parking either in the surrounding areas or in underground parking lots that are all part of the Smart City concept of Ülemiste City."