Cēsu Terraces is a new modern premium-class residential project, located on 9 Cesu Street. Cēsu Terraces will allow you to be in the rhythm of city life while enjoying solitude and silence. It is suitable for those who appreciate comfort, convenience and modern interiors.
A low-rise block for energetic and successful people — fully finished and furnished apartments with utilities, they are equipped with household appliances and ready to welcome dwellers.
Architectural Bureau NAMS, Design Company MSH Design and Development Group City Star jointly developed a solution which takes into account all the most important things like the modern façade of the house and the finishing of communal facilities while introducing Smart Home technology and providing ground and underground parking, storage rooms, a children's playground and a green yard for leisure time activities.
Each apartment has a balcony or a spacious terrace. Smart Home technology and individual records of heat, electricity and water consumption allow optimal saving on utility payments. Remote monitoring of all counters is available. An independent ventilation system is provided in every apartment.
Everything you need for a comfortable life is within walking distance
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Panoramic and bright windows reveal a view of a quiet street hidden from the hustle and bustle of the city. At the same time, you remain in the heart of the city's life because Cesu Street goes parallel to the main street of Riga — Brivibas Street — and within walking distance, it has everything necessary for a full life: schools and kindergartens, shopping malls, restaurants, beauty salons and shops.
The joint work of City Star Group Development Company and NAMS Architectural Bureau results in a comfortable and cosy building in the centre of Riga with a private yard closed for motor vehicles. We strived to create a house where life may flow steadily and happily.
Underground parking and additional ground parking will be available for residents of Cēsu Terraces.
Concierge, video surveillance, as well as coded access control and individual RFID chips.