About the project
A building that says more than words
A building with a story, set in a landmark surrounded by legends - 27 Raiņa Boulevard.
Apartments with an air of aristocracy in the heart of Riga, with a view of the National Opera and the Old Town.
Image - an aristrocratic apartment in the heart of Riga
Overlooking the National Opera and Vecrīga, the city's Old Town, both a few minutes’ walk away. For the residents of the 27 Raiņa Boulevard building, such proximity will not just be a dream, but a reality. This is a building with a story, located in a landmark surrounded by legends on Raiņa Boulevard. At the same time, it is also a building infused with history and a classic character that has now come alive once more allowing each of its potential occupants to live out their own stories within it.
Mikhail Chekhov Riga Russian Theatre
The Mikhail Chekhov Riga Russian Theatre is the oldest Russian dramatic theater outside of Russia - it was founded in 1883. The repertoire of Mikhail Chekhov's Riga Russian Theater includes both Russian and world classics, as well as works by young playwrights. The Great and Small Halls feature performances of all genres, including children's theatre and musical performances.
The Latvian National Opera and Ballet season lasts from September to June when it puts on about 200 shows, offering an average of five new opera and ballet productions each year, as well as several symphonic and chamber music concerts.
VECRĪGA (“Old Riga”)
Just a few minutes away is Vecrīga, the city's Old Town, the oldest part of the city and a popular tourist attraction for relaxation and leisure. In Vecrīga you can enjoy history, culture and architecture, as well as indulge in gastronomic adventures in the best restaurants the city can offer.
Gardens and parks
It's also close to the Opera square and city’s second oldest public park. The Vērmanes Garden Park is located in the center of the city between Tērbatas, Elizabetes, Krišjāņa Barona and Mērķeļa streets, stretching across an area of 5 hectares. You can enjoy the city life by taking a seat on one of the countless benches - in any season. Daily chess players gather around the open-air historic stage, which hosts numerous concerts throughout the year, while children simply love the well-maintained playground.
The Latvian National Museum of Art, the largest professional repository of art in the country, is a short walk away. The Museum regularly organizes art exhibitions, educational activities and cultural events for both adults and children.
WHAT TRANSFORMS, SHALL REMAIN
“Nowadays,there aren't buildings being built that somebody will choose to renovate in a 100 years. But there are several historic buildings in Riga that can and should be reconstructed and renovated today, One Development is convinced of that
Jānis Friedrich Baumanis was not only the first academically educated Latvian architect, but also designed more than 160 buildings in Riga, many of which are truly remarkable, such as the main building of the University of Latvia, the Regional Court building and the Riga Circus building.
THIS BEAUTIFUL BUILDING WAS DESIGNED BY ARCHITECT JĀNIS FRIEDRICH BAUMANIS
he facades of the buildings designed by the architect Jānis Friedrich Baumanis have always been worthy of admiration. The building at 27 Raiņa Boulevard is no exception. Baumanis has used both Renaissance and Classicism stylized details in the eclectic design of the building facades, which can also be seen in the outlines of the building. When restoring the building, the company One Development will preserve the historical details designed by the architect, but at the same time will offer the residents of the house a modern, clean and laconic interior through incorporated shapes and colors. The building at 27 Raiņa Boulevard is a building with a story. For almost 150 years since the building was built, it has withstood various historical events, a quiet observer of cultural life and following the twists and turns of human destiny. Now it's ready to see your story and participate in shaping it. The only question is, what will your story be?
THIS BUILDING HAS ALWAYS BEEN LOCATED IN AN ARISTOCRATIC AREA
Although the building was built in 1874 on what was then called Troņmantinieka Boulevard, in 1920, the street was renamed to Raiņa Boulevard, marking the return of poet Rainis and Aspazija to Latvia. Aspazijas Boulevard lies close by, symbolizing the life-long union of the two most outstanding Latvian poets.