Discover the first of its kind in the
region mixed-use residential and office
complex of the finest quality. Your
private inspiring cityscape, oasis for
well-being beyond time and space. The
place to be in one beat with the city
to enjoy dynamic and enviable life.
Favorably nestled in Riga, the heart
of Baltic region, Zunda Towers offers
gradually planned and bespoke milieu
for your business or leisure. Return
to your comfort zone and recharge yourself
in the realm of excellence.
One of the highest building complexes
in the Baltics and the first large
multifunctional project in Latvia,
Zunda Towers contains residential apartments,
business offices and relaxation
and cultural-event venues, as well
as four-level underground
parking and tailor-made services
for its residents. The complex
is located in Riga’s most central
point – the spot where the urban
energy of a 21st – century metropolis
meets the history and traditions of 800-year
old European capital.
For optimal convenience and comfort
of the complex tenants our concierge
service will be available 24 hours,
where you can solve all questions
related to accommodation and provision
of all necessary at any time (24/7).
The three-dimensional shape of the
cylindrical façade was designed by
world-renowned architect Helmut
Jahn, and the interior and surrounding
outdoor areas were designed by one of
Latvia’s best architects – Andis Sīlis. The
volumetric buildings of Zunda Towers
soar into the sky, towering over
the city environment and drawing
similarities with other global
architectural icons such as Millennium
Tower in Vienna or Porsche Design
Tower in Miami.
The strategic location of Zunda Towers allows the utmost experience of the vibrant city of Riga, providing a pleasant and modern living environment, as well as easy access to all of the most significant locations in the metropolitan area. Standing proud
within the very center of the city, the towers ensure a close proximity to the most significant locations in the city, such as the cobbled streets of Old Riga, the historic wooden buildings of Pārdaugava or the idyllic island of Ķīpsala.