The dignified 13-floor office building with a view to the airport, Lake Ülemiste and Tallinn Old Town is named after one of the founders of the Estonian astronomy community – Ernst Öpik. The building has been designed to consider all the needs of a modern company – it is stylish and respectable, while being fully considered, as well as efficient. The office building fits into the innovative Ülemiste City Campus seamlessly and the second office building will be completed in the autumn of 2018.
Ernst Julius Öpik was one of the founders of the Estonian school of astronomy and one of the most notable astrophysics of his generation. In contrast with the increasingly spreading narrow specialisation, he tried to address every question in relation to the rest of the universe. The innovative office building bearing Öpik's name has been thought through in a similar manner. The modern alternation between black and white surfaces on the building’s facade is characteristic of the morphological approach of Öpik's research.
The project of the Öpik Building complies with the requirements of the LEED Platinum certificate, which guarantees the energy efficiency and environmental friendliness of the building. The building is designed to satisfy the requirements of energy efficiency class B, keeping heating and coolintrans g costs very low. The indoor climate of the offices can be adjusted according to your wishes, and by different rooms.
Tenants can select between three standard interior design solutions and find an office complying with their needs, as the 1,250-square-metre standard floors can be used as one large office or divided in up to eight separate offices. There is a spacious lobby on the ground floor of the building, which can be used as a cosy meeting place, and a café for a convenient lunch. There are also many other restaurants in Ülemiste City that offer a change from the café. The building complies with the modern requirements for access for people with special needs and has 6 lifts, thanks to which employees and visitors can reach their destinations fast. A parking lot for bicycles with washing capabilities as well as a heated car park is located on the basement floor. Access into the building is guaranteed 24/7.
LEED is an internationally recognised certificate awarded to buildings complying with the principles of sustainable development and green thinking in their construction and operations. LEED assesses the objects in six environmentally relevant areas: sustainable development on the construction site, water saving, efficient energy use, selection of materials, quality of the indoor environment and innovative design.
Temperature and ventilation
adjustable by rooms
Responsible material use,
energy efficiency class B
Near city centre with
very good transport connections
Greenery of the Ülemiste City,
vicinity of a park
Ülemiste City is a modern city district constructed on the premises of the former Dvigatel factory near the Tallinn Airport. The area houses hundreds of innovative companies and unique organisations. The goal is to become the largest knowledge-based business environment in the Baltic States and grow into a 24-hour multifunctional city district with 20,000 employees and 3,000 residents by 2025.
Ülemiste City has contributed into boosting the mutual synergy between its companies as well as the companies and the campus. A physical environment supporting creativity (planning and architecture) has been created, where the services integrated into the environment create favourable and time and energy saving surroundings for people. For example, there are several cafés and restaurants, as well as a gourmet restaurant and a sports club, which is open until the late evening. In addition, a grocery store, a beauty salon and barbershop, car rental and wash, dental care, and a family physician’s practice. Ülemiste City offers a comprehensive range of services for both businesses and working people.
Ülemiste City is a unique location close to the Tallinn city centre with a convenient connection with the main highways and intersections of logistics hubs. There is access to Ülemiste City from many districts of Tallinn and the city centre is just a few minutes away by car.
Six bus lines from all districts of Tallinn go to Ülemiste City. In addition, there is a local bus line Ülemiste City – Viru Centre – Mustamäe. In September 2017, you can also reach Ülemiste City by tram, the final stop of which is conveniently connected to the Tallinn Airport.
Almost all services needed after the work day are available at the campus, including several cafés, a parking lot for bicycles, showers for employees, nursery school, schools, a shopping centre, dry cleaning, car rental, car wash, rentable conference rooms, legal advice, and much more. The campus has large car parks for over 3,000 passenger vehicles. There is also a quick charger and a rental for electric cars and two bicycle rentals.
from the Ülemiste train station
from the Tallinn airport
from the nearest tram stop
from the port and city centre