The EIB is financing the construction of a commercial nearly-zero-energy building in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area. The building will have two different parts constructed in two phases. The project scope is limited to the first phase which comprises the construction of a shopping mall, a car park and a railway station. In a second phase, and outside the project scope, residential and office space will be added to the same buildingThe project relates to the construction of a commercial nearly-zero-energy building in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area. The building consists of different parts that will be constructed in two phases. The project scope is limited to the first phase which comprises the construction of a shopping mall, a car park and a railway station. In a second phase, and outside the project scope, residential and office space will be added to the same building.
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