Housing company services also available to non-residents through the reservation system – TA Yhtiöt
From boating and cycling effortlessly downtown to the sauna
Asunto Oy Naantali Victoria is a non-subsidized sales housing project built by TA companies. Its main designer, Pekka Mäki, is from Sigge Arkkitehdit Oy and the main contractor was Peab Oy.
Victoria is part of the Naantali downtown development project, during which the city is renovating the downtown area. Plenty of new housing and housing-related services are coming to the city center. A laundry, restaurant and café as well as a shop space have already been built at the Victorian street level. The Victorian courtyard deck also has two courtyard sauna buildings with changing rooms and living areas with kitchenettes.
Services also available to non-residents – anyone can use the services
The sauna, like the laundry, is not only used by residents but also by other citizens and tourists. “For example, a cyclist returning from a ring trail can stop there to sauna and wash their cycling equipment,” says Ari Uotila, TA Builders’ project manager.
Victoria will later be complemented by AsOy Naantali Estelle, whose yard deck will unite it and Victoria into one entity.
How did One4all end up offering the service?
The need was to find a digital reservation system that works on a mobile device, which is compatible with the already selected iLOQ locking system and which is available not only to the residents of the housing association but also to customers outside the housing association. Connecting the heater control to the booking calendar was a plus that was not even hoped for in the early stages of the design. The ability to pay for a reservation in the app was also a welcome feature as it is handy for the customer and streamlines the administration and billing processes. One4all Finland Oy’s service met all the needs set for the service platform.
Ari Uotila is looking forward to the introduction of the service platform extension and thanks One4all for his good introduction to the use of the service.