Award-winning architecture at the best spot

Itämerentorni is the tallest office building in the centre of Helsinki, and provides full-service meeting and office premises for companies of different sizes in Ruoholahti. The office floors are designed in a flexible way. Each floor provides possibilities for open office plan or activity based office plan with separate rooms for everything and everything in between that meets the needs of tenants. The wide opening glass facade makes the spaces bright.

The building was designed by architect Pekka Helin and was completed in 2000 as the main office of Sitra, the Finnish Innovation Fund. Rising over the rooftops of Ruoholahti, Itämerentorni has 16 floors above ground and an impressive overlook terrace and a wonderful rooftop sauna.

We offer:

  • Business premises with flexible floor plans for companies of different sizes
  • Meeting rooms and banqueting premises, which can be reserved for events both large and small
  • Comprehensive lobby and reception services
  • A wide range of security services
  • Reliable property maintenance
  • A broad selection of services
    • Restaurant offering breakfast, lunch and catering services
    • Grocery shop
    • Car wash
    • Postal services
    • Gym
    • Shower facilities and changing rooms with lockers
    • Locked bicycle parking
    • Laundry services
    • Massage services
  • Two car parks reserved for tenant use

Award-winning architecture

The Itämerentorni building was completed in 2000 to serve as the head office of Sitra, the Finnish Innovation Fund. The architecture of Itämerentorni has won both domestic and international awards. Designed by architect Pekka Helin, the building’s face combines weatherproof, recyclable steel with glass. When it was completed in 2000, Kiinteistö Oy Itämerentorni won the Steel Structure of the Year award granted by professionals in the field.

Environmentally friendly and energy-efficient

Through the years, the energy and water consumption and co2 footprint of Itämerentorni has been reduced by as much as tens of percents. As a result of the increased efficiency of recycling, waste has been reduced and electricity is produced through renewable energy sources. The building is connected to district heating and a cooling system that utilises cold water from the bottom of the sea. The building and property management have received the international BREAAM environment certificate with a rating of “Very Good”.

The electricity consumed by the property has been procured from TuuliMuukko wind park in Lappeenranta, Finland. A solar power plant has been installed on the roof of the property (lower section) and it covers approximately 5% of the property’s annual electricity consumption.

Domestically owned

Itämerentorni is owned by the domestic investor Exilion. Founded in 2005 Exilion manages a portfolio amounting to over EUR 1.2 billion through four limited partnerships, including 10 properties and 13 wind parks.