We advised the independent electricity producer Sunly on negotiating the lease agreement for the company’s new headquarters.
In harmony with the client’s values
Sunly’s new 2000 m2 headquarter is located at the meeting point of Tallinn’s downtown and Kalamaja – Telliskivi District, which roots date back to 1870, when the main Reval railway workshops were established in Telliskivi. The K-building has characteristic features specific to Telliskivi District that creates a unique combination of historical and modern architecture together with the reconstructed historic forge building. Completed by the end of the year, the building is currently being reconstructed and will become a modern and energy-efficient office building with a rooftop solar park.
“We are happy to have found a new office space that meets our ambitious growth plans and supports Sunly’s values and principles as a renewable energy producer,” commented Priit Lepasepp, the CEO and co-founder of Sunly.
Our services and client team
We assisted Sunly in drafting the lease agreement for their new premises as well as in the related negotiations. The lease also covered the construction of the premises to meet Sunly’s needs.
Our client team was led by partner Piret Jesse.