m. Petrovka, obolonskyi district, Moscow Avenue, 20B
The clothing market “Petrivka” is organized and operates in the market of trade services of the city of Kiev since 1993.
An important factor is good transport and car accessibility, since the clothing market is located near the metro station “Petrivka” in 15 minutes of the business center of the capital.
The market has 5,300 square meters of retail space: about 1,000 retail outlets, including 150 boutiques and the Eva brand store.
The clothing market “Petrovka” is known in Kiev and beyond. Almost 20 years of successful work in the market of trade services is the best proof of the success, stability and reliability of the partnership with us.
Khreshchatyk Street, 38
TSUM (Central Department Store) in Kiev is one of the largest shops in Kiev, located in the center of the city at the intersection of Khreshchatyk and Bogdan Khmelnitsky streets. According to its style characteristics, the building stands out in the construction of Khreshchatyk in the 1940s-1950s, in contrast to the forms of the so-called Stalin empire dominating here. In the architectural environment of Kiev, it is a rare example of a public building in the style of constructivism.
Tsum covers a lot of trading departments with a wide assortment of the goods of various purpose, including clothes, footwear, кожгалантерею, underwear, the goods for the house and many other things. A beautiful appearance, spacious corridors, high ceilings and an average price policy will not leave you indifferent.
December 3-4, 2016, the grand opening of the Kiev Central Department Store after four years of reconstruction takes place. Visitors could also walk almost on all floors before opening. The interior inside the department store has become “airy” and modern, and the area as a whole has increased significantly. In early 2017, all restaurants and shops will be opened in the Central Department Store.
Sports area, 1a, Kyiv
BC “Gulliver” – 35-storey office business center class “A” located on Sports Square in Kiev. It is the highest skyscraper in Ukraine for office use. The complex consists of two blocks: a 35-story business center and a 10-story entertainment complex.
“Gulliver” is a multifunctional shopping and entertainment center with a total area of over 150,000 m2, which is divided into two blocks.
The first block: a shopping and entertainment part, located on 10 floors, and a 6-storey superstructure above the entertainment complex. The infrastructure of the shopping and entertainment part includes: an underground supermarket with an area of over 9,000 m², as well as boutiques will be located on the first 4 floors, there will be a bowling alley for 24 tracks, a 7-room cinema, a children’s play area, restaurants, beauty salons, Club with a 25-meter swimming pool.
The second block: a 33-storey (35 floors with a technical) business center, which will consist of premium office premises.
4) Dream Town
Obolonskiy Avenue, 1A Kyiv
Dream Town – meets all the requirements that are imposed on shopping and entertainment centers. This is a place of rest, which is unique both for its location (between the three metro stations) and for its decoration. For quality shopping and active recreation is worth to go to the Dream Town.
The shopping and entertainment center Dream Town consists of two blocks: Block 1 is located between the metro stations “Obolon” and “Minskaya”, block 2 is located between the metro stations “Minskaya” and “Heroes of the Dnieper”. Between each other they are connected by an underground gallery with an exit to the metro station “Minskaya”.
Each of the parts of the shopping and entertainment center has its own theme. Blok1 pleases visitors with fashionable goods and entertainment. Shops and department stores of clothing, footwear, accessories are located on the first two levels. At the third level are: ice rink, curling, bowling, roller-blind, children’s entertainment center, cinema, food court, as well as numerous restaurants with summer areas and cafes.
5) Ocean Plaza
street Antonovich, 176, Kyiv
Ocean Plaza is the largest shopping and entertainment
complex in Ukraine
A total area of 165 thousand square meters. Meters located, in close proximity to the historic part of the city, on Gorky Street, 176 (m. Lybidskaya).
Ocean Plaza is:
• the largest public fountain in Eastern Europe;
• the largest public aquarium;
• a grocery supermarket for 10,000 square meters;
• large modern family entertainment center;
• own parking for 1800 cars;
• The first digital cinema in Kiev with 4K technology.
6) Sky Mall Kiev
Prospect General Vatutina, 2, Київ
SKYMALL (SKYMOL) is one of the largest sh
opping centers in Kiev, located on the peninsula behind the Moscow Bridge.
The total trade area of the complex is 88,000 sq.m., where the leading (European) brands – New Yorker, Topshop / Topman, Warehouse, shops of the Inditex (Massimo Dutti, Zara, Bershka, Stradivarius, Oysho, Pull and Bear) , Argo (United Colors of Benetton, Mango, Okaidi), Intertop (Intertop, Ecco), as well as New Look, Cropp Town and many, many others.
More than 260 open stores offer you the widest choice of clothing, footwear, perfumes, accessories and jewelry, linens, household appliances, goods for children and at home.
Also at your service is a food court area with cozy cafes, Auchan supermarket and a two-level parking for 3,000 cars.
The children’s area is represented by Europe’s largest supermarket of children’s toys Planetatoys located at 2000 square meters, a children’s playground Igroland, and a large number of children’s clothing stores, presented here in the widest range.
Cinema Kronverk Cinema and City Entertainment.
7) Besarabsky Market (Be
Bessarabia Square, 2
Indoor (under the roof) market with a trading area of 896 m². on Bessarabia Square in the west end of Downtown in Kiev.
Built in 1910-1912 on the money known sugar manufacturer Lazar Brodsky designated by him for this purpose in the will.
Architect – Henryk Guy. Carried architect Michael Bobrusov. The sculptural decoration of students performed Ukrainian sculptor Theodore Balavensky who studied at the Kiev Art School: Tatyana Rudenko-Schelkan (the decorative panels on the facade) and A. Teremets (high relief “Farmer with oxen” and decorative picture geese on the metal gate) Peter Snytkin (high relief “Thrush”).
The grand opening of the market in the presence of senior management of the city and the land was 3 (16) in July 1912.
Until now, historians have a single version on the name of the market. Many believe that it owes its name to the import of the southern provinces, particularly in Bessarabia. Others share the view of Kyiv historian-priest Peter Lebedintseva XIX century, who argued that “Bessarabia” in the 1st third of the XIX century, called the local “tramps”. Tramp allegedly found refuge then in southwestern outskirts of Kyiv, so it was nicknamed “Bessarabka”
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