In addition to 180,000 square meters of retail space, the center will feature a 2,500-3,000 square meter amusement park, discotheques and special movie theaters. Plaza Centers will also open an art gallery at the center.
Undersecretary at the Economy and Transport Ministry Tibor Szanyi told the press that Plaza Centers has invested about €1.3 billion in Hungary over the past eight years, accounting for 2%-3% of total FDI during the period. Plaza Centers is planning another shopping and entertainment center on an old industrial property on an island in the Danube in the north of Budapest. In 2007, it plans to open a five-star hotel in the Dreschler Palace, opposite the Hungarian Opera. The company has built 20 shopping and entertainment centers in Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic.