Tondi is a district (Estonian asum ) of the Estonian capital Tallinn. It is located in Kristiine district.


The municipality has 3,401 inhabitants (as of 1 May 2010).

The name comes from the Tallinn Tondi councilors Jobst Dunte. He built a summer cottage in the area end of the 18th century. The building was demolished in the 1970s, but some of the historical park has been preserved.

Immediately before the start of World War II built the tsarist army 1908-1910 barracks and gun emplacements in Tondi. As of April 1919, the military school of young Estonian Defence Forces was housed therein.

In the second half of the 1930s, industry moved in, which was further developed during the Soviet occupation of Estonia in the 1950s and 60s. Today, there are in addition Tondi houses mainly office complexes, government buildings and educational institutions.

Tondi has a railway station, which is operated by the Estonian railway company Elektriraudtee. It was opened in 1933.