Come see how 1920’s classic Nordic architecture has translated into a fabulously modern showroom interior.
Premises in the Väinö House
Since the beginning, Väinö has been a modern multifunctional building full of versatile activity. This principle is to continue in the future: Väinö premises will be customized to match your specific needs. Now Väinö is waiting for new tenants – you’re welcome to have a look!
The building was designed by architect Väinö Vähäkallio, representing typical Nordic classicism of the 1920s. Finnish men called Väinö have played important roles in the history of this property. The building served as the headquarters of Cooperative Elanto from 1928 to 1995, during which period director Väinö Tanner actively managed its operations. Väinö Tanner had a strong hold of the entire organization, and also lived in the building with his family.
Thus it seems quite natural to rename the building as “The Väinö House”. We are going to renovate this beautiful building into an amazing business location with character to new tenants while respecting the culture and history of the building. Who wouldn't want to work at Väinö!
Reasons to rent
Nr. 01 In the heart of Sörnäinen and close to Kalasatama
Nr. 02 Interesting history and unique design from 1920’
Nr. 03 Customizable office space 500–1,400 m²
Nr. 04 Only 5 minutes by bus to the center
Nr. 05 Close to the metro and tram stops
Genesta Green Lease
As a tenant at The Väinö House you can sign the Genesta Green Lease, which supports the corporate responsibility objectives of your company. This includes helping you reduce your carbon footprint for the benefit of the environment.
What does your future office look like?
Let us know about your dream – we’ll make it true with you.
Center of Attention
In the heart of Sörnäinen and very close to the new Kalasatama district
The property is located in Sörnäinen, close to Helsinki center, in the corner of Hämeentie and Kaikukatu. This traditionally industrial area has over the years developed into a versatile and trendy office and residential district. According to a survey by the National Board of Antiquities, it is of great cultural and historical value. The district is expected to keep developing, and especially the new residential properties are believed to impact its development into an area of high quality.
Väinö’s Location Is Every Commuter’s Dream
Hämeentie is one of the busiest streets in central Helsinki, offering fluent and versatile connections.
- The Hakaniemi and Sörnäinen metro stops are just 500 meters away
- Tram stops are right by the building
- A bus to the center only takes five minutes