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Erminurme apartment buildings, stage III



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Buildings
Civil engineering
Concrete works

The third stage of the Erminurme development project includes three apartment buildings with a total of 60 apartments. The sizes of the apartments in the energy class A buildings range from 47 to 94 square metres.

Erminurme homes will be built on the border between the town of Tartu and Tartu rural municipality, next to the Estonian National Museum, one of the largest and most modern museums in Europe. Erminurme is a cosy living environment that is architecturally suited to the milieu of the neighbourhood where it is equally easy to enjoy local cultural events and the pleasures of the surrounding scenery and to keep close connection with the midtown of Tartu. Two- or three-storeyed apartment buildings, in total 12 buildings with 224 new homes have been planned for the cosy residential quarter.

The future inhabitants can pleasantly enjoy their spare moments in the landscaped yard area of the Erminurme quarter which will offer joy to younger and older residents alike. In addition to residential buildings, a public park area, which will be turned over to Tartu rural municipality government, will be laid out. The beautiful Raadimõisa Park in the vicinity also invites the future inhabitants for nice walks.

Information on sale of apartments: merko.ee/erminurme

Client:
AS Merko Ehitus Eesti
Name of the project:
Erminurme apartment buildings, stage III
Category:
Buildings
Type of construction:
Residential building
Architect:
OÜ Põldme Arhitektuur, Janno Põldme
Interior architect:
OÜ Mojo Disain, Ilona Põldme
Chief Designer:
AS Merko Ehitus Eesti
Description of work:
New building
Country:
Estonia
Address:
Erminurme road 4, 6 and 8, Tila village, Tartu County
Beginning of the project:
2021
Year of completion:
2022

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