MODERN RIVERSIDE LIVING IN THE CENTRE OF PÄRNU
A home overlooking Pärnu River
The apartment blocks in the Seiler Quarter will feature 133 new homes, with commercial premises planned for the ground floor of some of the buildings. The outlook on the river, the promenade along its bank and the views of the bridge in central Pärnu and over the heart of the city will make the quarter not only a cosy place to live, but also a great place to get away from it all.
Seiler Quarter homes:
- Most apartments will come with a spacious balcony or terrace.
- South-facing windows and terraces will offer views over the river and city.
- All apartments will boast carefully considered planning.
- The quarter will feature a safe, car-free central courtyard area.
- Most parking spaces will be covered.
- The excellent location means traffic jam-free access from Rääma Street, while the Jaanson health trail starts right in front of the complex and the bridge linking the area to the city centre is just a stone’s throw away.
More than 90 years of history
The Seiler Quarter is being developed on Rääma Street, on the site of what was once the Pärnu Machine Factory. Two men were behind the founding of the factory in the early 20th century: Reinhold Stryck and Martin Seiler. The new quarter has been named in honour of the latter.
During its long history, the factory changed names and owners many times. It survived the Second World War and restructured as required by the prevailing economic situation. In its heyday it employed more than 120 workers. Now, given a new lease on life, the space it inhabited is set to provide homes for at least the same number of people.
Parks, cafés and entertainment venues just a short stroll away
The Seiler Quarter will be marked out by both the quality and convenience it offers. The city centre and Pärnu’s biggest shopping centres are just 700 m from the site, while the popular Pärnu Yacht Club is 950 m and the beach less than 2 km afield. Nearby are a number of schools and kindergartens, as well as parks, health trails, museums and entertainment venues. Pärnu’s well-developed network of bike and walking tracks and public transport will give residents the freedom to get around the city quickly and conveniently whether on foot or on two or four wheels.
All apartments will come with spacious balconies or terraces and large south-facing windows, maximising natural light and providing stunning views from what will feel like your own private observation platform. Every detail of the architectural solution has been carefully considered so that all residents will enjoy both the daytime and evening sun over the river from their balconies or terraces.
Seiler Quarter timeline
Designing of the entire quarter
Launch of the sales of Stage 1
Launch of construction of Stage 1 (Rääma 7d)
Launch of advance sales of Stage 2 (Rääma 7c)
Completion of Stage 1
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