Harri Autio Director, Sales
Arkadiankatu 6Kamppi, Arkadiankatu 6, 00100 Helsinki
In the heart of Helsinki, by the Narinkkatori square, stands the colossal building designed in 1977 by Einari Teräsvirta. Behind its protected façade, modern office and business premises are built. The building is vast, and so are its floors. On each floor, there is up to 3,000 square meters of space on one level. The premises are tailored based on your business’s requirements and needs. If necessary, the skills of workplace experts are at your disposal.
Arkadia’s impressive and comfortable public spaces serve all users of the building, e.g. the two-story Farang Restaurant offers its services.
Arkadia has been awarded a BREEAM In-Use Excellent -level certification. BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) is an international green building certification system aimed at reducing the environmental impact of the use of buildings as well as the development of healthier working environments.
Arkadia is also fully carbon neutral in terms of energy consumption during use.
The property is located in the heart of the city centre, by the Narinkkatori square, and has excellent public transport connections. A bus terminal, railway station and metro and tram connections are in the immediate vicinity of the property. Arkadiankatu 6 can easily be accessed by bicycle, since the Baana bicycle corridor passes by the building.
Reception services are available at all entrances of the office building. The building offers plentiful parking space for cars and bicycles. You will also find charging stations for electric vehicles and leasable storage space in the building. The restaurant services on Arkadiankatu 6 supplement the versatile restaurant and cafeteria services in the area. The restaurant services of the office building serve both the tenants as well as all the urban citizens. In Arkadiankatu 6, you are surrounded by a variety of services. You are within a short walking distance from restaurants, cafeterias, hotels and the vibrant cultural scene of Helsinki.
You can rent parking space from the own underground parking garage of Arkadiankatu 6, which can easily be accessed from the building with an elevator. The parking garage also has charging stations for electric vehicles.