Bushe Café Opens in CDM on Lubyanka
For the first time in Moscow, a new café of the legendary Bushe bakery has opened in the Children’s Dreamhouse Mall on Lubyanka (owned and developed by Hals-Development). The new café has an area of about 140 sq m.
Bushe is the oldest bakery in Saint Petersburg, first opened in 1999. As of today, the Bushe chain has over 30 cafés that combine the traditions of European artisan bread baking and highly eco friendly production.
“Our plan is to bring in popular foodservice brands to the Children’s Dreamhouse Mall on Lubyanka where they could open new cafés and restaurants. We are pleased to welcome one of Russia’s best known cake shops as a new CDM tenant, and we are certain that our guests will appreciate the new bakery as a place for business meetings or as a family breakfast destination,” comments Leonid Kaprov, Senior Vice President of Hals-Development.
Bushe café offers over 50 types of cakes and desserts: cakes and shortcakes Barua, Millefeuille, Lulu, signature pastry with raspberries, brioche, original bread with a variety of fillings, French baguettes, Italian ciabatta with olives and Swiss buns with salt flakes.
The new Bushe café is cozily minimalistic, follows the popular format of slow food bakery & coffee and has an open kitchen. The menu at Bushe includes fresh pastry along with a variety of filling breakfast combos, sandwiches and hot dishes specially created for the Moscow café. The entrance to Bushe is located on Rozhdestvenka Street.
The Children’s Dreamhouse Mall on Lubyanka is a unique complex for family and children’s leisure and a shopping center offering a full range of goods and services for kids. The CDM on Lubyanka offers the services of more than 20 cafés and restaurants, including Double B Coffee&Tea, international coffee shop chain KrispyKreme, Plombir gelatteria café, etc. The mall is managed by ECE Russland.
The sixth floor of the shopping complex accommodates Grabli Art Restaurant embodying the concept of the ART&FOOD space. The restaurant space is adorned with elaborate retro gadgets, a real air balloon cruising between the restaurant’s two floors, a huge dirigible and authentic aircraft models. The food court is operated by the leading Russian and international restaurant chains: McDonald’s, BurgerKing, DimSum&Co, Teremok, etc.
About the company:
PJSC Hals-Development is a fast-growing real estate development company that specializes in commercial and residential real estate and controls all stages of a project life cycle, from concept development to further management of finished facilities. The company’s principle shareholders are VTB Bank and the Bank of Moscow.
The company is one of the 5 largest real estate developers in Moscow. The total area of the development projects implemented by Hals-Development is 1.6 million sq m. In 2014 and 2015, the company made use of over 200,000 sq m for its projects: the Children’s Dreamhouse Mall on Lubyanka, the Kamelia resort complex in Sochi, Literator Elite Residential Quarter and the loft apartment complex in the elite Wine House Quarter in Moscow.
The company’s portfolio includes: the LETO Shopping and Entertainment Complex in Saint Petersburg, the SkyLight Business Center, the Danilovsky Fort business center, the Peking Hotel, the development of the Peking Gardens residential quarters, Wine House, Teatralny Dom, Nasledie, Iskra-Park, the development of the 11th area of the International Business Center Moscow-City (IQ-Quarter), and other projects in Moscow and other regions of Russia.
The company’s income from sales and rent of real estate in 2014 and 2015 was about 48 billion rubles.