The WSOYtalo building in Porvoo is one of the most important properties providing business premises in the city centre, and it is a diverse hub of private and public services and businesses. There are also meeting rooms and an auditorium for up to 134 persons.
The WSOYtalo building has become the heart of the area, which can be contributed to the appeal of the old town, among other reasons. The property features office, business and workshop premises. We can offer premises for companies and organisations. In addition, the property has raw space that can be customised fully according to the customer’s requirements. Ask our asset manager for additional information about our space and service solutions in the WSOYtalo building.
The history of the WSOYtalo building dates back to 1897, when Swedish Count Louis Sparre and Belgian A.W. Finch launched the operations of the Iris factory. The factory manufactured Finch’s unique pottery and furniture designed by Sparre. Werner Söderström Osakeyhtiö purchased the property for its publishing operations in 1906, and it was developed into the most modern printing house of the time in the Nordic countries. Renor purchased the WSOYtalo building in 2005.
We realise operating environments that serve our customers. To us, premises are much more than just square metres. We take care of the technical maintenance of the property, cleaning the public premises and providing security every day. Learn about the services via the links in the picture.
The WSOYtalo building in Porvoo is located in the very centre of the city. In addition to the services provided by the building, the restaurant, cafeteria and accommodation services of the old town of Porvoo are nearby.
The WSOY building is located in the very centre of Porvoo, and the address of its main entrance is Mannerheiminkatu 20. There are other entrances at Kaivokatu 37, Papinkatu 19 and Linnankoskenkatu 32.
There is street-side parking nearby as well as the Kaivokatu parking area. Our customers have access to rented parking spaces on the yard of the WSOY building and the Papinkatu plot owned by Renor Oy.
THE WSOY BUILDING – RENOR OY (office)