The plan basically follows the concept and restrictions envisaged in the detailed plan. The project gives primary importance to maximising the number of flats in the building.
The dark brown façade (deriving from the buildings nearby) lends the residential and commercial building an air of dignity and allows for the volume to blend in with the environment. The construction is made lighter by the use of glass surfaces and roof terraces on several levels. All flats have been designed so as to make the sunlight reach deep into the room as the structural volume has been developed to the maximum. Many of the flats have balconies and terraces.
In the middle of the building there is a park area and also a small square with the sculpture of Paul Keres providing the flats with some privacy.