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Towards BREEAM EXCELLENT from the very first drawing.

For simple living and smart business.

A new business centre with distinctive architectural solutions is rising at the intersection of Žalgirio and Linkmenų streets. Amidst renewal and growth, the Šnipiškės neighbourhood is attracting not just new residents but also new businesses. This A+ energy class building will offer space for work and inspiration and make it possible to achieve true urban synergy.

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Adapting to you

The new Sand Offices will accommodate all your business visions and ambitions. Adjust the layout to suit your individual needs, and in your spare time enjoy the surrounding amenities, of which there are ever more: green spaces, restaurants, and convenient access to other modern business centres.

Born in nature, matured in the course of history, rooted in the city.

03. Gardening
02. Glassmaking
01. Ceramic

In the 17th and 18th centuries, Šnipiškės was a major hub of Vilnius's ceramics industry. There were workshops for bricks, stove tiles and baking stones. A large area to the east of Kalvarijų Street and to the north of the former Ukmergės Street had clay and limestone quarries. Workers digging there often found mammoth bones - the area was famous for that.

The building's façade is finished with clinker bricks, conveying a sense of durability, quality and luxury. It's a motif that vividly highlights this material's importance in the quarter's history. Not coincidentally, a warm sandy colour was chosen, as that is typical of the clay and limestone deposits in the area.

Šnipiškės was home to Martynas Paleckis's glass factory. That was the first glassmaker in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, where it had exclusive rights to trade in imported glass products. The site was important to the development not only of Šnipiškės, but of the country as a whole. It's considered the beginning of not just glass production here, but of the entire glass industry.

A second component of the façade is its windows, an equally important strand in the history of glassmaking, whose continuity as a progressive and leading industry in the region is conveyed by large, transparent, undivided spans of glass. The façade's high windows create the air of a large and majestic space.

Amid Šnipiškės's thriving trades, gardening also flourished. The second half of the 19th century saw a major settlement of the area, during which landplots were built up with wooden buildings, leaving their edges clear as space for farming and gardening.

Partial development of the site, leaving space near the street free for a garden square, is a modern interpretation of the type of development that was typical of Šnipiškės.
The facade of the building is finished with clinker bricks, creating an impression of durability, quality and luxury. This is a motive that clearly emphasizes the importance of this material for the development of the quarter. The warm sand color that is characteristic of the clay and limestone fossils found in this area is not accidental and chosen.

Contruction timeline:

01 2023 September Building Permit Approval
02 2023 September Demolition of the Old Part of the Building
03 2023 October The Beginning of Construction of the New Part of the Building
04 2023 January Assembly of the Building's Prefabricated Structures
05 2024 June Interior Space Fit-out Works
06 2024 December Handover of the Building
EXCELLENT certificate
10 100
sq. m.
7
floors
A+
energy class
140
parking spaces for automobiles
30
parking spaces for electric vehicles
80
spaces for bicycles
A
office space

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