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About Raadiraja homes

Raadiraja Tartu uusarendus

Scandinavian feel

Each home has a balcony or terrace that extends the living room. There is a bicycle parking garage and the option to charge electric cars. The houses are built with energy efficiency in mind and are fully accessible to all residents.

Untouched nature

The houses are built around the nature, with minimal disruption to local vegetation. Raadiraja homes border a nature reserve and the grounds of the Estonian National Museum. There are fruit trees in the garden, and the courtyard is completely car-free.

Kogukond Raadiraja

Made for communities

At Raadiraja, your home’s courtyard is car-free. Children can play safely while adults can relax. Sometimes you can even enjoy the concerts happening in the Estonian National Museum’s garden! In addition, each house has a smart mailbox for parcels.

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Raadiraja is surrounded by peace and culture, with everything conveniently within reach.

Raadiraja is close to the bustling heart of Tartu, next to the Estonian National Museum and Raadi Manor Park. All services are easy to access – shops, schools, kindergartens, and various opportunities for sports. This is your cosy and safe environment!

Raadiraja asukoht


February 2024
The construction project is ready
May 2024
Construction of Raadiraja 10 started
raadiraja-kodude-uusarendus-tartus-avaare-ehitustrust June 2024
Raadiraja 10 available to buy
Winter 2024
Construction of Raadiraja 12 starts

Authors of Raadiraja

Raadiraja is developed by Avaare Kinnisvara and constructed by Ehitustrust. Together, we have completed several award-winning buildings in Tartu.

The project team included renowned Finnish architects Henry Tossava and Elen Paddar, as well as landscape architect Kaie Kuldkepp.

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