Property info

Address : Jēkaba iela 3/5 Rīga, Vecrīga
Type : Sell
Object: Houses
Area : 825 m2
Floors: 5
Area: 0 m2
Rooms: 15
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object_ID: 4687
Price : 1,799,500 EUR ( 2181.21 €/m2 )
: 1828
We are offering for rent a historic administrative building located in Vecrīga, Riga, Latvia. The building was originally constructed in 1828 and was designed by architect Jūlijs Ādolfs Špacīrs. It has since undergone renovations and updates in 2004 by architects Aigars Blažēvics and Agris Padēlis-Līnis.

This property offers an excellent location and presents a unique investment opportunity. The building spans an area of 825 square meters and is spread across five floors. As a historical heritage site, the building retains its historic elements even after undergoing reconstruction and renovation works.

The building's layout is as follows:

Ground floor: This floor features large showcase windows, additional office space, a server room, and a kitchen.

Second floor: With spacious rooms that can be reconfigured according to specific needs, this floor also includes sanitary facilities and a kitchen.

Third floor: This floor has the same layout as the second floor, along with additional sanitary facilities and a kitchen.

Attic floor: The attic boasts large windows offering a scenic view of Vecrīga.

Basement floor: Equipped with a safe with 40 cm thick metal doors, this floor includes an archive room for document storage. Additionally, a tunnel has been created around the perimeter of the building inside the basement.

The building is equipped with all necessary utilities and services, including ventilation, air conditioning in the attic, intercom, security alarm system, and video surveillance cameras.

Located on one of Riga's oldest streets dating back to the 13th century, Jēkaba iela is well-known for its proximity to Doma laukums (Dome Square), the Latvian Parliament building (LR Saeima), and Latvijas Radio (Latvian Radio).

Previous long-term tenants of the building have included Swedbank and the Museum of Living Silver (Dzīvā sudraba muzejs).

For any additional inquiries or to schedule a viewing, please feel free to contact us.