Lāčplēša iela 13, Centrs, Rīga
A six-storey house with a constructed attic floor at 13 Lacplesa Street in the centre of Riga, built in 1900 according to the design by the architect Karl Johann Felsko, an eclectic style master.
Upon completion of the renovation, the building will comprise 28 apartments measuring from 19 to 128.5 sq m and commercial premises on the ground floor. Apartments are available for sale with completed wall and ceiling finishes, new wooden windows and installed sanitary ware. The apartments are fully finished. The average ceiling height in the apartments is 3 m.
Three modern lifts and a CCTV system have been installed for the convenience of the residents. There are also parking lots available in the inner courtyard of the house.
The staircase of the house has been fully refurbished during the renovation: the decorative staircase rails and stair coating have been renewed, all surfaces of the staircase have been painted and design lighting has been installed.
According to Latio estimates, the rental yield of the development is 8 EUR/sq m.
Over the century, the building has retained not only its building volume, but also the composition of the street facades with a highly magnificent Neo-Renaissance finish, which will be illuminated in the dark hours after the completion of the renovation project.
The author of the renovation project is the architect Ilze Meksa from Wonderfull SIA, who is the winner of the Latvian Architecture Award 2018.