Located in the quiet district of Riga, a cultural monument, the six-storey building was built in 1911. During renovations, all current energy efficiency standards were implemented while preserving the historic aesthetics and functionality of the building. In this way, the TWENTY building offers visitors both the past's ambience and the modern world's comforts and amenities.
Since the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, the Art Nouveau quarter, known as the Quiet Centre, has been one of the most prestigious neighbourhoods in Riga. Architect Nikolajs Nords designed the TWENTY apartment building at the beginning of the 20th century. As a striking example of Riga Art Nouveau, it reveals influences of British Modernism and Neoclassicism. TWENTY is a tribute to Riga's early days when it developed rapidly and shaped Latvia's legacy. History tells us that Karlis Dishlers, a lawyer, Edward Gorsky, a painter, and other intellectuals lived in the building.
The Quiet Center has its unique philosophy. People here can experience the past's heritage and the benefits of an urban lifestyle. The most impressive examples of Art Nouveau architecture are in this part of Riga's historical centre. In addition to its stunning architecture, the Quiet Centre offers a variety of amenities. Several respectable schools and universities, clinics, cafés and restaurants, and everything you need is within walking distance. Riga is famous for its parks, and three of them are just steps away from TWENTY - Esplanade, Kronvalda Park, and Viesturdarzs. Also, Riga's main attractions, concert venues, business centres, cultural sites and creative neighbourhoods can be reached by foot within 15-20 minutes. You can access all parts of the city from the Quiet Centre and reach the Riga International Airport and Jurmala by car or public transportation.
Ludwig Neuburg, a businessman and developer, had commissioned the architect Nikolai Nord to construct the building in the 20th century. As of today, 27 upper-class apartments have been fully renovated in the TWENTY building. During the restoration, LNK Properties carefully preserved the vertical rhythm of the original facade decor, accurately reproduced the original design of windows and doors, and entrusted the finest craftsmen with restoring the exquisite decor of the common-use area.
With one to three bedrooms, 42 m2 to 134 m2, the TWENTY apartment building meets the needs of everyone, from large families to successful young professionals. The functional rooms correspond to the initial layouts in many aspects. Unfurnished apartments with high-quality finishes offer residents an opportunity to design their interiors. With wooden windows and doors, traditional design is combined with modern technology. The building has two stairwells that have preserved historical interiors and are equipped with an intercom and cameras. Among the building's amenities are elevators, bicycle and pram parking, and car parking spaces. As well, TWENTY residents have access to a landscaped green yard. All the other advantages of the embassy district can be found within a few minutes walk.
Our commitment to corporate social responsibility is integral to our culture at LNK Properties. Our investments in people, resources, and technology continue as we pursue social projects, technology ventures, renovations, and local development opportunities. For instance, the century-old residential building TWENTY has been renovated to maintain its historical value and cultural identity and maximize sustainability and resource efficiency. It is part of LNK Properties' corporate social responsibility to preserve historical buildings.
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LNK Properties is an experienced and reputable developer with over 30 years of experience pioneering business centres, office and apartment buildings, and residential villages in Riga, Latvia.