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Detailed plan for Soodi Street 6 approved

Detailed plan for Soodi Street 6 approved

Today, the Tallinn City Government approved the detailed plan for Soodi Street 6 in Haabersti, allowing for the construction of up to three apartment buildings with commercial spaces, with a maximum height of five floors. This planning is among the last steps in developing the residential area bordering Stroomi beach, for which the city plans to construct a new kindergarten to ensure local services.

Haabersti is one of the fastest-developing districts in Tallinn, with residential projects significantly transforming the urban landscape in recent years. Thus, Madle Lippus, the Deputy Mayor for Urban Planning, highlighted: "New housing developments near the city centre must ensure good public transport connectivity and be designed with a comprehensive strategy in mind. It's crucial that these plans not only provide for homes but also include essential support services such as kindergartens — a new one planned for Paldiski mnt 80a — as well as access to natural spaces and thoughtful street network development."

The plan proposes dividing a 1.42-hectare plot in the Mustjõe district of Haabersti, located between Paldiski maantee and the sea, into plots designated for mixed-use and public land. Besides the apartment buildings with commercial spaces, it is possible to construct up to two one-story auxiliary buildings, such as a garden pavilion or a greenhouse. Additionally, a transport land plot will be created from the Paldiski mnt 80b property for a new access road to Paldiski maantee, connecting it to the coastal promenade.

The plan was prepared by K-Projekt AS. The Tallinn Urban Planning Department and the Haabersti District Government will organize its public display. The detailed planning materials are available in the Tallinn`s Register of Plans.

Last year, Arco Vara, developing the Kodulahe quarter, in cooperation with the Tallinn Urban Planning Department, held an architectural competition for the comprehensive solution for both the Soodi 6 buildings and the surrounding outdoor area. The competition was won by Apex Arhitektuuribüroo with the design "UKAUKA," created by Taavi Lõoke, Kristi Järvik, Liispet Viira, Ove Oot, and Ingrid Kaur. The winning entry of the architectural competition will later form the basis for the construction project.