One of the best-known Jugend style buildings in Helsinki. Enjoy the renewed interiors, exquisite details and historic milieu!
Väinämöisenlinna is a unique environment for business operations. Renewed, high-quality offices located on floors 2 to 7 follow the style and spirit of the building. The “National Hall” (Kansallissali) on the 2nd floor is a well-known event location that has been kept in pristine condition.
This property was completed in 1901. The robust castle-like stone building in the corner of Aleksanterinkatu and Mikonkatu was built by fire insurance company Pohjola. Its National Revival styled facade and interiors were designed by Herman Gesellius, Armas Lindgren and Eliel Saarinen.
|Year of construction 1901||Renovated 2018|
|Floor area 800-1 000 m2||Leasable area 6 894,5 m2|
Aleksanterinkatu 44 offers a short distance to everywhere in Helsinki. It is located very close to the Market Square and department store Stockmann as well as tram and bus stops.
The second floor of Väinämöisenlinna houses famous National Hall (Kansallissali), suitable for meetings and seminars. The venue combines a unique milieu with modern technology and delicious catering. Thanks to the excellent location, you are in the very core of the city, well connected to the vast array of city centre services.
Offices 5 212,5 m²
Retail 820 m²
Storage 862 m²
Bus stop 300 m
Tram stop 10 m
Metro station 300 m
Railway station 300 m
Airport 25 km