Apartments available for general applications
Auroranlinna offers some of its apartments for rent itself as privately financed rental apartments. The City of Helsinki makes choices of residents for these apartments.
Some of available apartments of Auroranlinna can be found on Oikotie.
You can regognize Auroranlinna’s apartments from the picture “Tämän kohteen omistaa KOY Auroranlinna” or logo of Helsinki.
All the apartments to the same application
Add all the apartments you are interested in to the same application. You can find more detailed instructions for making an application at www.hel.fi .
NOTE! It might be possible to add to the application apartments which are not on Oikotie yet.
Currently, in addition to the site mentioned above, some of Auroranlinna’s rental apartments can also be found on:
Vuokraturva’s website https://portaali.vuokraturva.fi/apartment-search/client/569943 and
Kiinteistömaailma’s website www.kiinteistomaailma.fi, where you can search for apartments by address or postal code. You can also contact Kiinteistömaailma’s Tero Laurila, email@example.com or phone 0400 600 359.
Short-term leases for temporary housing
Will your home have plumbing repairs or are you looking for a short-term rental apartment for some other reason? Auroranlinna has available apartments in properties undergoing renovation or demolition due to a plan change between 2023 and 2024:
Kamppi, Mechelininkatu 1: studios and two-room apartments 37 – 56 m2
Haaga, Laajasuontie 32: two-room and three-room apartments, 58 – 80 m2
Pitäjänmäki, Meijeritie 8: two-room and three-room apartments, 58 – 74 m2
Lease agreements for these locations are concluded as lease agreements valid for an indefinite period. You can find these rental apartments at Vuokraovi or Oikotie (see links at the top of the page).
Apartments in good locations
The rental apartments are located in properties wholly owned by Auroranlinna and in several hundred housing corporations in good locations in different parts of Helsinki. In addition, one rental apartment property can also be found in Kirkkonummi.
As a rule, rental apartments are rented with lease agreements that are valid for an indefinite period and there is no rental deposit in them. Pets are also welcome in Auroranlinna apartments.
Many of Auroranlinna’s properties around Helsinki also have business spaces for rent, which you can get more information from the entity responsible for entering into lease agreements, Kiinteistömaailma Oy, tel. (09) 350 7270.
Kiinteistö Oy Auroranlinna is part of the Helsinki city group and a responsible landlord whose operations are guided by the values of the city of Helsinki. The company follows the ethical principles and responsibility programs of the city of Helsinki, as well as the strategies defined for housing and property management and their goals, where applicable.
Auroranlinna rents apartments both to the City of Helsinki’s Tilat apartment unit for employee housing and to other people who need an apartment in the Helsinki area. The company invests in being able to respond in the best possible way to the individual housing-related needs of different target groups and family sizes.
More information about company housing you can find here.