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Kievskaya Ploshchad acquires Central Market on Rozhdestvensky boulevard

19 January 2020


The Kievskaya Ploshchad Group of Companies has signed a deal to acquire Central Market on Rozhdestvensky Boulevard. Central Market is a modern gastronomic facility that connects a shopping gallery with food stalls, a food court and restaurants over three floors. It was opened in 2017 after reconstruction.

A food court with boutiques and retail corners of popular brands is located on the first and second floors of the market building. Here, there are dishes from different cuisines from around the world, including Russian, Vietnamese, Greek, Mexican, American, Hawaiian, Chinese, Korean, Dagestani, Middle Eastern, Indian, Lebanese, Japanese, Uzbek and Georgian. As part of the development of the project, it is planned to expand the list of national cuisines represented.

The food court area also houses coffee shop and bar outlets which offer a variety of traditional and original drinks. On the second floor, under the management of the famous brand-chef Vladimir Mukhin, there is an open-fire restaurant called Gorynych.


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On the ground floor there are retail stalls selling fresh vegetables, fruit, meat and dairy products.

The format of Central Market's work embodies the development trend of modern gastronomic projects in which food shopping galleries are adjacent to a variety of food courts.

One of the priorities of Central Market’s management for Kievskaya Ploshchad is to improve the project’s entertainment and show programme. In the near future, there are plans to replace the sound and lighting equipment within the facility. In addition, technical work will be carried out to replace the ventilation system.

God Nisanov, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Kievskaya Ploshchad Group:


"Central Market fits seamlessly into the structure of Kievskaya Ploshchad’s existing assets. We already have experience in creating large gastronomic projects in the historically significant region of the capital. In 2017, we opened a gastro-centre in Zaryadye Park with the same name. Last year, Depo was launched - a unique gastronomic quarter which contains the largest food mall in Europe. This facility very quickly won the affection of Muscovites and visitors to the capital. We plan to use our experience here, which we have gained during our work in the field of managing unique development projects, and take Central Market to a qualitatively new level."

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