Living spaces from the city
People experiencing difficulties, as well as teachers and medical workers, can rent affordable housing in Tallinn's municipal and social housing. Here you will find information about Tallinn's municipal apartments and housing construction programmes.
The number of municipal housing spaces in Tallinn is limited and there are a lot more applicants than available housing. Housing is allocated for rent to only those who need it. Here you can see what the conditions are for applying for municipal and social housing and how the process for applying and obtaining housing works.
Municipal housing is for a person or family who is unable to provide a living space for themselves. Read more about the conditions presented to the applicant for municipal housing.
Social housing is for people and families who are unable to ensure their own housing and need help with everyday life (social services and benefits).
You can apply for municipal housing through the district housing committees. You must first register in your district of residence according to the population register as an applicant for housing and then you can start applying for available housing. Districts publish information about available housing on their websites.
The city of Tallinn supports the accommodation of employees necessary for the development of the city in the municipal housing built for this purpose. The housing built by Tallinn's second housing programme is intended for employees of city-run agencies, rescuers, police officers, doctors and nurses. You can find information and conditions for applying on the services' websites.
Raadiku, the second housing programme in TallinnMunicipal buildings on Raadiku Street built for young families and essential workers for the city's development.
Teachers' Home (EST)
The Teachers' Home built on Uuslinna 3a makes it possible for teachers working in Tallinn to apply for affordable rental space
House of Doctors and Nurses
Real estate located at Akadeemia tee 48, where medical staff can apply for affordable rental space.
Tallinn's municipal houses and individual apartments are located in every district of the city. The city has a total of 24 municipal buildings and 19 residential buildings that have been taken into use from the private sector. You will also find social housing and their contacts here.
If you have any questions about applying for municipal housing, contact your district’s contact person.
Housing in Raadiku
In order to apply for housing in Raadiku, contact your district’s contact person.
Telephone number 640 4511 (workdays)email@example.com
House of Doctors and Nurses
Telephone number 645 7453
Municipal housing management service
Telephone number 640 4500