Officially is part of the Kesklinn district but is listed separately on real estate sites
- District Administration address: please see “Kesklinn”.
- Area 2.56 km², population 5,421.
- Types of buildings: Ranging from the 19th century timber apartment and administrative buildings to some exclusive 21st century villas.
- Renting price avg: €650 per month (more historical properties can go upwards of 1000 Euros per month)
- Buying price avg: €3800 per square meter
- Your typical neighbor: young families, some relaxed writers and some pensioners in the bunch.
- Why Kadriorg? Probably the most romantic and beautiful neighborhood of the capital, featuring the presidential palace of the president of Estonia, several art museums (including Kumu, recently named among the ten best in Europe by Culture Trip), the Kadriorg palace (which houses the Estonian President’s office) and the surrounding park are gems of Tallinn.
- History brief: the first inhabitants settled in probably in the end of 17th century. In 1718, the Italian architect Niccolo Michetti designed the Kadriorg palace as the summer residence for the Russian tsar Peter the Great.
- Key center: the park (of Kadriorg)
- Special events: year around numerous art exhibitions, film screenings and music events indoors and also outdoors (during summers). Every year in January a large open air ice sculpture show is opened until the weather permits (usually Feb to Mar).