12 Kalku Street
(owned and managed)
Location: 12-14 Kaļķu Street is composed of two different buildings in an extraordinary retail location, overlooking the segment of Kaļķu Street with the greatest footfall in the entire Riga.
The building at Kaļķu Street 12-14 was built in 1930 by a project of architect Pauls Mandeļštams (1872 – 1941) as a prestigious retail building. After the building was acquired in 2013, Baltic RE Group carried out extensive renovation and repair works of the whole building, making use of high-quality finishing materials, inter alia rebuilt the top floor, implemented the best possible engineering solutions in electric power supply and use, innovative IT solutions, and redesigned the facade with wide shopfront windows.
The main tenants are Salamander (Armitana), the largest footwear retail chain in the Baltics; Rockabilly House, managing the first Harley Davidson concept store in Latvia; web’s favorite data visualization company Infogr.am.
- Gross Building Area: 4 209.99 m2
- Total Internal Area: 3 658.42 m2
- Leasable area: 3 501.40 m2
- Number of floors: 6 + basement and 3 terraces
- Lift: 1