Although most of Lesná consists of the housing estate, there are other buildings. The housing estate itself stands on the periphery of the whole area, as defined by the streets Okružní and Seifertova. Behind these streets you will find the Diviš district to the southwest, which was built on the steep hill after 1925, and which consists mainly of family houses on the streets Čekanková, Kosatcová, Liliová and Zvonková, and the district formerly known as Čtvrť Nade mlýnem to the southeast, consisting of the streets Holubova, Soběšická, Studená and Vyhlídka.
At the east end of Lesná, on the street Seifertova, there are family houses, which have been there since the 1970’s, and several apartment blocks that make up the Barvy housing estate. The northeast part of Lesná is also characterised by family houses on the streets Kupkova, Plachtova, Šalounova and Španielova.
The newest part of the Lesná lies to the north and consists of apartment complexes in the city districts of Majdalenky (completed in 2000) and Nové Majdalenky (completed in 2010). Lesná currently covers an area of 2.58 km2 and is home to over 16,000 people. It is part of the municipal district Brno-sever.
67 parking places in the underground garage that are for residents only. Some of which will be part of the automated parking system. The automated parking system by KLAUS Parksysteme G.m.b.H. conveniently and practically adds more parking places to the complex. The current public parking lot will remain.
Considering public transportation, Lesná is unique. It has its own train station and is accessible by bus and tram (lines 9 and 11). The latter stop near the Nový Obzor project.
Kindergarten and elementary schools are within walking distance of the project. There is also a leisure centre and rope centre in the area. Supermarkets Billa, Albert and Lidl are part of Lesná’s public facilities.