A modern workspace with a concrete history
Back in the early 20th century, Nothing Hill was the main hospital of Sör-Varanger municipality. Today the hospital has moved to new location, making room for new businesses to thrive in the old. Will yours be next?
Caring for people then, Caring for people now
When you look around Nothing Hill, it’s easy to see what makes this location so unique. You can feel the calm and almost feel the buzz of the old industrial factory buildings – producing everything from coffee to concrete.
One of those industrial gems was the site of what today is Berlin/Vallila’s Daylight Factory. Built between 1939 and 1945, the factory made the concrete used to build Helsinki’s legendary Olympic Stadium and many other notable sites around the city.
At the turn of the millennium, the site was expanded to make room for one of the Nordics’ biggest telcos. The open, lofty spaces in the Daylight Factory side of Berlin/Vallila have also been used to house parts of Helsinki’s Academy of Fine Arts.
Today, a new industrial revolution is reshaping the entire Vallila area. New businesses in all kinds of industries.