The ground floor and mezzanine level accommodate retail, hospitality and service units, leased to a diverse group of well-known global and local brands.
Bite Bakery is one of the leading local café chains in Budapest, serving quality coffee and balanced 'grab & go' meals. The brand's modern, cosmopolitan atmosphere and convenient format presents an ideal break in the bustling city life. The primary target group for Bite Bakery is the highly educated, young professional elite working in downtown Budapest. Szervita Square Building will form a unique high-end location for the chain, elevating their already successful concept to a new level in the very heart of the city.
DITA iOptic focuses on designer eyewear, including optical glasses and sunglasses, offering niche brands often exclusively present in their store in Hungary. The high-end boutique aims to provide a holistic approach within the segment, elevating the experience from merely a shop to a lifestyle destination.
320DTLA is an emerging high-end fashion brand specializing in active-wear, including yoga and fitness clothing. Their mission is to reinvent the conventional thinking around this segment. Designed in Los Angeles and manufactured in Hungary, 320DTLA has created an advanced product lineup offering comfortable, eco-friendly clothing for an active everyday lifestyle. Previously focused solely on online sales, the brand has chosen Szervita Square Building as the home to its first flagship store.
Laborpont offers more than 300 different blood test types and 45 blood test packages, as well as COVID-screening in an exclusive environment, accessible without special medical referral.
Joe & Fredo is an international company bringing the delicious flavor of donuts to our mixed-use building. Offered in all colors, shapes and sizes, their selection will brighten the day of everyone with a sweet tooth who step into their first Hungarian store in Szervita Square Building.
A new market entrant to the Hungarian gourmet scene, Steam will offer an all-day dining experience on the ground floor of Szervita Square Building, accessible from the direction of the main facade.