Some departments have already started their work.
The areas that have not yet been rented are used for various exhibitions. So, there is an exhibition of Ukrainian jewelers on the first floor, while one can visit exhibits on the history of Ukrainian fashion in 1940-1980ies on the third floor. Ceramists' works from all over the country are on display on the fifth floor.
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The venue is expected to become a Kyiv-based retail landmark comparable to iconic department stores in Berlin, London and Paris. It will offer about 2,000 jobs.