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We are developing a modern residential area at Luige

Everaus Kinnisvara and Scandium Kinnisvara are developing a modern residential area of 21
buildings at Luige. The Luige Homes development will over the next two and a half years comprise
88 apartments with geothermal heating, most of them with two-storey terraced house type
homes with private gardens. The beating heart of the area will be a community centre featuring a
childcare, a gym, a yoga studio, and a community garden with a greenhouse.

‘The Luige area in the outskirts of Tallinn is developing rapidly. The Luige Homes that are under
construction are well-suited for families who dream of a larger home, a private garden and a natural
living environment. It is an architecturally attractive area, where each building has its own distinctive
look, whilst the overall appearance is uniform, compatible and in harmony with the scenic
surroundings,’ believes Maido Lüiste, CEO of Scandium Kinnisvara.

The new area in the heart of Luige, in the immediate vicinity of Tallinn, will comprise eighteen two-
storey buildings, each with four terraced house type apartments with private balconies and gardens.
There will be two additional apartment buildings in the area, a pedestrian promenade running
through the centre of the area, and a community centre. The latter will provide childcare and sports
facilities and rooms for communal recreation.

Janar Muttik, CEO of Everaus Kinnisvara: ‘In addition to spacious floor plans, Luige Homes stand out
for their energy efficiency, environmental sustainability and excellent interior finish. These energy
class A buildings have energy-efficient geothermal heating; in addition, we will install solar panels on
the roofs of all buildings.’

‘To ensure a good indoor climate, we use aluclad windows in the apartments. The façades of the
buildings are finished with eco-friendly and environmentally compatible wood panelling. In order to
encourage the transition to electric cars, we will include electric car charging readiness for each
apartment. In selecting ceramic tiles, the interior designer has favoured the products of cutting-edge
factories that value green energy and sustainable production methods,’ Janar Muttik observes
regarding the green solutions used in Luige Homes.

The first Luige Homes dwellings will be completed in autumn 2023. Apartments are already for sale.

The architects of the block are Olavi Kukk and Janar Blehner from Apex Arhitektuuribüroo. The
interior architect is Lilia Kristianson.