With so many great locations and up and coming neighborhoods choosing your new home in Riga is getting more complicated! Would you follow your gut feeling or be more analytic and base your decision on facts? See our newest blog post about the best places and neighborhoods to live in Riga in 2019! Here you will find some key insights and local opnion.(more…)
Riga is the capital city and a financial and cultural center of Latvia. It is also the largest city in the Baltic States with more than 600 000 people. The close proximity to nature and well-established connections to suburban areas and coastal cities makes it a great place for work-life balance. The question is how to fully use this great opportunity to become a co-existing environment with one of the highest living standards in the Northern European and Baltic Sea region? We think it is possible – only when?
Do you know which is the best place to live in Riga? Which are the cheapest and the most expensive neighborhoods in Riga? Which neighborhoods in Riga are great for students, young professionals or family life? To answer all of these questions Urban Treetops have gathered descriptions, reviews, and history of nine neighborhoods that are made for urban living. We have based our research on the results of 2017 and 2018. We hope you will find your new home in Riga!(more…)
Potsdam, Germany is something more than a city of past, it’s a bright, warm and beautiful city of tomorrow. A city that once was a home to many Prussian kings and the German Kaiser. The city is also a great mix of developed infrastructure, orderly environment and just a pleasant place to be. Potsdam is a city on the border of Berlin and it’s also the capital and largest city of the German federal state of Brandenburg! Urban Treetops team arrived in Potsdam from Riga, Latvia and we were surprised about how welcoming this city is. The residential housing stock we renovated in a superb way. Read More!
After Urban Treetops team visited Vilnius we concluded that this city is pretty cool. You may ask: What is so special about Vilnius? Well, let’s find out! First of all, Vilnius is the capital of Lithuania, but it’s also a place were the past and future meets. Vilnius was established in the early 14th century and nowadays with more than 500 000 people is the second largest city in the Baltic States. The city is best known for its rich history and a promising future because of many new developments and young professionals that are choosing Vilnius as their home. Located in the southern part of the Baltic States it’s also one of the oldest cities in the Baltic States and it’s historically known for being the capital of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. So would you like to live in one of the most interesting, culturally rich and fastest-growing cities in the Northern Europe? Read More!
Given the fact, that in Latvia it is necessary to introduce modern ideas and concepts in real estate management I decided to gain new experience from one of the leading countries in this sector. Therefore, I applied for the Baltic American Freedom Foundation (BAFF) professional internship program in the United States (U.S.). After overcoming application contest and an interview process I was accepted in the program which enabled me to receive scholarship and internship placement at U.S. company. With help and coordination from BAFF I was able to find my internship placement in New York City.
Riga has the most diverse neighborhood selection in the Baltic States, therefore you will be able to find a home that fits your needs in no time. Of course, first you need to do some proper due diligence. Urban Treetops team created a guide for best neighborhoods in Riga 2017 – you are more than welcome!
It wouldn’t be right to compare cities that are in two different weight categories. Therefore, we are not comparing if Riga is better or worse than New York City. We will list the good things about one of the most diverse cities in the world – New York. Let’s see if there are things that we can learn from New York and maybe make some improvements in our own city – Riga. We at Urban Treetops are pretty sure that Riga can learn some valuable lessons.