Construction In the 1990s, houses were built in Helsinki where you had to be able to live cheaply and see the children playing in the yard – Have the “pastel areas” of the recession lasted?

In the 1990s, Helsinki built housing when other production stalled.

“This was the first attempt to build more of a square town after the suburban construction of the 1970s and 1980s, ”thinks the chairman of the Finnish Association of Architects Safa Henna Helander In the hustle and bustle of Ruoholahti’s Baltic Sea Street.

“Pretty good construction was achieved. Clear main street, lots of details in the buildings, although not all condominiums implemented street-level arcade corridors, ”Helander estimates.

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