SATO’s operations affect the lives of individual residents and in the society more broadly. The reporting year was marked by many events, as well as a number of long-term reforms. SATO's values combine all of these.
SATO's new property As Oy Espoon Kilvoituksentie 1 is a low-energy building management company in Soukanniemi, Espoo. The company consists of two residential buildings and 42 SATO RentHomes completed in December 2016.
At meet and greet events, we hear, listen, challenge and talk. Our aim is to bring residents, maintenance teams and the lessor closer to each other.
Complementary construction produces value for society, residents and service providers. It promotes urbanisation, uses existing infrastructure and public utility services, and provides more tax income and earnings for municipalities. It also improves services in the area.
People moving into growing cities have different backgrounds, behaviours and values. That is why their housing needs also vary. SATO is developing its offering to solve changing needs for housing.
There are roughly 1.2 million square metres of vacant office space in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area. Some of these spaces can be modified for residential use. Existing public utilities and transport connections, combined with the possibility to use existing structures, support the principles of sustainable development.
Reducing the water consumption of residents has a significant impact on the environment and the residents' water charges. For the second time, SATO held a water-saving competition in its buildings, rewarding all residents, the building manager and the maintenance employee of the winning building.