River Park – 9 Raņķa dambis
We chose the name River Park for our project because it most accurately reflects its location – next to the river Daugava and a beautiful park. Construction of the residential house was started in autumn 2013. The project was finished in December 2014.
37 and 37A Valdemāra street
37 and 37A Valdemāra Street were the first renovated Art Nouveau houses in Riga. In the courtyard house at 37A Valdemāra Street, the communal apartments were removed and the historic apartments were renovated. Whereas. the first modern offices in Riga were established in the front house. The buildings were renovated from 1994-1996.
21 Merķeļa street
The building at 21 Merķeļa Street 21 Interbaltija purchased in 1997. Before that, the 5th Riga City Hospital was located here. Interbaltija redesigned the interior of the building, created office space on the upper floors, and transformed the lower floor into premises suitable for shops. The building was renovated in 1998.
5 Martas street
One of the first examples of the restoration of historic wooden buildings. Interbaltija stopped the house from being demolished. Instead, the wooden façade of the building was restored, preserving the historic appearance of the building. Due to this wooden house, Martas Street is included in the kokariga.lv tourist route “Wooden buildings in the center of Riga”. The building was renovated in 1998.
7 Kaļķu street
Prior to the reconstruction, the house at 7 Kaļķu Street was a burned down slum without windows or doors. Interbaltija restored the building and its facades to their historic appearance, furnished office space and ensured the preservation of the historic medieval prison basement. The building was renovated in 2001.
10 Kaļķu street
It is known that until 1940, the third oldest pharmacy in Riga operated in this house. In the process of renovating the building, its façade was restored to its historic appearance, the interiors were completely arranged, as well as the connection of the house to the ”Konventa sēta” was restored.
11 Kaļķu street
Built between the 18th – 19th centuries, the residential house at 11 Kaļķu Street once served as an office and shop building. Under habitation layer, wall paintings were discovered. When restoring the facade and interior of the building, Interbaltija preserved the historical interior decoration details as well as fragments of the wall paintings.
11/13, 15 Tirgoņu street
Up until the 1998, four yellow-brick building frames stood on Tirgoņu Street. Interbaltija undertook their renovation, but the facades of the buildings were restored according to their historical appearance and historical building projects. The buildings were equipped with shops and offices. The buildings were renovated in 2002.
17 Tirgoņu street
The building was made into apartments and shops. Whereas, in the basement, where once a medieval wine cellar stood, a medieval restaurant “Rozengrāls” was established.
Bulvāra Rezidence – 139 Brīvības street
Former bicycle factories, then a printing house, at 139 Brīvības Street, Interbaltija created 21 apartments with high ceilings and spacious rooms. The façade of the main Art Nouveau building on Brīvības Street has been preserved unchanged. The house “Bulvāra Rezidence” was reconstructed in 2006.
139 Brīvības street – courtyard
On the courtyard side there are two staircases with newly created panoramic glass elevators.
8 Audēju street
When Interbaltija bought a house at 8 Audēju Street, the house had been standing without partitions, partially demolished ceilings and roof for several years. Several institutions even declared the object as impossible to fix, but Interbaltija decided to reconstruct it. Until the reconstruction, the historic house was in danger of collapsing, so its restoration received special recognition both from experts and the public. In 2002, the LBA awarded it with the 1st place in the nomination “Restoration” as ”The best building of the year – 2002″.