Focus Park Bydgoszcz shopping and entertainment center is a four-storey facility (including two-storey car park) with the total area of 93,000 sqm, opened in April 2008. Located on the site of what was once a 19th-century abattoir this 90,000 sq/m shopping extravaganza includes Poland’s finest supermarket chain, Alma, as well as major brand stores that include Zara, H&M, Hugo Boss, Mango, Deni Cler and Tatuum. Other notable tenants include The Body Shop, Empik Megastore, and a giant Saturn, should you be in the market for some cutting-edge technical equipment. However, there’s more to this place than shopping: the Cinema City complex is one of the most advanced of its kind while eating options number Oto Sushi as well as (get ready for this), a Burger King in the food court upstairs.
Key tenants: Alma, Saturn, Intersport, Rossmann, H&M.
Cafes, restaurants: CoffeeShop , Deka Smak , Grycan, IQ Coffee , McDonald's, North Fish, Pizza Dominium, Sphinx, Tchibo.
Entertainment zone: Cinema City (13 theaters), Fitness club.
Focus Park is located in the center of Bydgoszcz, opposite the bus station.
The Focus Mall in Bydgoszcz was built on the site of the former meat processing plant of "Byd Meat". The Focus Mall includes four buildings, which are more than 100 years old and have been beautifully restored, that were once part of the meat processing plant but today form the compositional units of the shopping center. Also, the old and antique features have been preserved. On building number 41, the time is shown by a 100-year-old restored clock. Building number 43 is covered with a living monument to Bydgoszcz, a 70-year-old Chinese wisteria. From the World War II, there is a remembrance plaque on building number 45 commemorating the butchers and meat factory worker that were murdered here. As previously, buildings 45 and 47 are joined by an artistic wrought gate from the early 20th century.