Real Estate Management Company

Member of Green Building Council Finland

40 Assets

615,000 sqm total floor area

18,565 tCO2e portfolio carbon emissions

40 employees

Antilooppi is a sustainable real estate owner focused on office properties in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area. Antilooppi creates and leases innovative and flexible solutions based on customers’ needs and operations, ensuring that the property with its surrounding areas are flexible, functional and sustainable.



Antilooppi is committed to owning and developing only assets that are net zero carbon in operation, achieving maximum reductions of embodied carbon and compensating any residual upfront embodied emissions for new developments and major renovations, by 2030.



Measure and publicly disclose energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions from operations via annual sustainability report according to the GRI reporting standard. Start measuring and disclosing embodied carbon for renovated buildings and space solutions, as appropriate and applicable.



Continue to implement a decarbonisation plan for assets within the portfolio, including decarbonisation of renovation, increasing energy efficiency, exploring and increasing the on-site renewable energy production and purchasing off-site renewable energy certificates. Maximise embodied carbon reductions in new developments, major renovations and new space solutions through utilising low carbon materials and construction methods.



Verify carbon emission data related to energy consumption using a third party service provider. As applicable, initiate verification for carbon emission data related to renovation projects.



Advocate for industry transformation by participating in and opening conversations with the built environment sector. Contribute to work of the Green Building Council via Committees and as Building Life Ambassador. Identify relevant stakeholders, customers and service providers throughout the supply chain with whom to communicate and share knowledge to accelerate change to achieve the sector net zero goals.

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