Keila piirkonna ärikinnisvarad
Keila is connected to Tallinn, Paldiski and various other destinations via rail. While the town’s economy is largely connected to Tallinn, a part of the workforce commuting to the capital daily, it is a site for industry in itself, possessing a developed industrial park with all the needed connections, making it suitable for logistics as well as production activities. Keila is home to Ensto Ensek, the Foreign Investor of the Year in 2021. Keila, together with nearby Paldiski is striving to be a part of Estonia’s Hydrogen Valley initiative.
The bigger parks (Keskpark, Jõepark, Männik), the green spaces and the pine forests in the western part of the area make Keila a green and people-friendly city. n the city of Keila, on the street of Tööstuse, the business park of Tööstuse, developed by Harju KEK, together with several private industrial areas, is located.
Keila is a small city with 10 078 inhabitants in northern Estonia, located 25 km west of the capital city of Tallinn. The area of the city is 11,25 km2 with one half of it densely populated. The other half is covered with forests, meadows and swamps. The eastern part of Keila is bordered by the Keila river that flows into the Gulf of Finland near Keila-Joa. Keila, being the centre of Lääne-Harjumaa, is passed through by highways and a railroad to Paldiski and western Estonia (to Haapsalu). Well-developed entrepreneurship offers many jobs not just for people of Keila, but also for those from neighbouring parishes and Tallinn. All of the larger industrial areas are located in the outskirts of the city.