Tsum, Khreschatyk StreetOpen Every Day

Visiting this massive, 8-floor complex full of entertainment and leisure represents a fantastic opportunity for everyone to purchase great products.

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Check out the terrace roof bar by Milk Bar for tasty cocktails with a view.

Located on Kyiv’s Khreschatyk Street, TSUM is a well-known department store that first opened in 1939. During the Second World War, it was almost destroyed by a series of bombings. In 2010, the Kyiv Central Department Store was purchased by “Esta Holding”. Since 2016, it has been renovated and expanded, with a new trade area of almost 20,000 square meters added. The new centre has a unique design, but still features it’s historical facade.

Department stores such as Tsum are big stores with specialized departments for food and industrial products. The concept of this type of store is characterized by a variety of departments and a high level of customer service.

Departments in TSUM

The Central Department Store consists of 8 floors and offers 400 brands in the price range. On the 6th floor, visitors can see the first food hall with a 25 food/drink vendors and the 7th floor of the department store features restaurants, bars, and cafes, and provides the customers with spectacular views of the central Kyiv area. The underground parking numbers total 180 places.

Its striking design features a free-form void in the centre, which houses the elevators and escalators. For the interior, architects chose the concrete effects of the Evolve series, while the outside was inspired by the Marvel Pro, Sunrock, and Etic Pro lines.

In 2019, the Central Department Stores celebrated its 80th anniversary. To commemorate the occasion, a book was written with the help of archival photos and testimonials from former and current employees. The book features over 80 photos and tells the story of the store’s history.

4.5 ₴₴₴ English Friendly 6th October 2021
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