We are building high-quality urban homes with grandstand views from the south end of Sompasaari. Inspired by shipping containers, the 16-storey high-rise is part of the Nihti block that won the City of Helsinki’s quality and concept competition. As Kalasatama is completed, trams running next to the block operate from Nihti to Pasila and from Laajasalo to Hakaniemi.
Overlooking the sea, the impressive entrance to the block features steps designed to function as a meeting place, leading to a comfortable courtyard. The roof terraces intended for common use and the elegant clubrooms and sauna facilities offer spectacular views. There are lifts to the block’s garage.
All of the homes in Nihdin Torni have at least one glazed balcony; some have as many as three! The large windows fill the homes with natural light. Some homes also have their own sauna, completing the luxurious spa feel of the bathroom. The homes with windows at both ends of the tower section of the building offer wonderful views of the sea and the inner city.
Learn more about our high-quality selection and reserve your unique YIT Home above the streets of the central city area. Act early for a chance to design your own space during the construction.
The apartments of Nihdin Torni are loan-free, and the apartment will be paid for in instalments as the construction progresses.
As a resident of Nihdin Torni, you can use the YIT Plus service market to purchase services that make your daily life easier. The easy-to-use digital service also helps you stay up to date with issues concerning your apartment or housing company. You will receive a password to the service when the transaction is completed. https://www.yit.fi/asunnot/asumisen-palvelut/yit-plus
We are committed to the Paris Climate Agreement and our objectives, to be achieved by 2030, are carbon neutrality in our own operations and emission reductions of over 30% in construction, using 2019 as the baseline.
We promote the achievement of the objectives at Helsingin Nihdin Torni
Among other things, carbon footprint calculations are used in residential construction for choosing materials that place less burden on the environment.
Renewable electricity at a construction site
Wind-generated electricity is the only source of energy used at construction sites.
Recycling at a construction site
At least 75% of the construction waste at a construction site is being sorted for recycling.
Kitchens, bathrooms and toilets are equipped with water-saving water fixtures such as taps.
Waste sorting system at home
Kitchens are equipped with a waste sorting system to help with recycling.
Recycling at a housing company
In a pipeline-based collection system the waste is inserted into the pipe through a hatch located on the external wall of the residential building. The waste travels straight through the pipe to a recycling location, which makes the use of garbage trucks redundant.
Electric car charging points
Each of the parking spaces in a housing company comes with an electric car charging point.
Apartment-specific monitoring of consumption in YIT’s own service channel (YIT Plus) helps in water-saving.
Monitoring of technical building systems
YIT’s Valvomo-service (Control room) takes care of, for example, the energy-efficient use of ventilation and heating.
Zero-emission energy helps in covering the energy consumption of technical building systems, such as ventilation, and the building’s shared facilities.