Tirana East Gate

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Tirana East Gate
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The back entrance
Tirana East Gate
Location Tirana, Albania
Coordinates 41°16′59″N19°51′26″E / 41.2831°N 19.8573°E / 41.2831; 19.8573 Coordinates: 41°16′59″N19°51′26″E / 41.2831°N 19.8573°E / 41.2831; 19.8573
Opening date26 November 2011;11 years ago (2011-11-26)
Management Balfin Group
No. of stores and services180
No. of anchor tenants 3
Total retail floor area 96,000 m2 (1,030,000 sq ft)
No. of floors4
Website teg.al

Tirana East Gate (TEG) is a shopping mall based in Tirana, Albania. It is located about 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) from the city center of Tirana just off the National Road SH3 in Lundër.

The mall was inaugurated on 26 November 2011 by former Prime Minister of Albania, Sali Berisha and other representatives of the Albanian government. [1] Covering two floors, the mall has about 96,000 m2 (1,030,000 sq ft) of retail space. [2] It accommodates 180 shops, 10 bars, cafes and 5 restaurants. Approximately 4,200 parking spaces are available. Around 2,000 people are employed here.

List of prominent stores includes LTB, FLO, ELLE, PENTI, Interspar, Zara, Massimo Dutti, Pull and Bear, Bershka, Timberland, Calzedonia, S.Oliver, LC Waikiki, Reebok, Adidas, Rossmann, Mango, Geox, Swarovski, Springfield, Swatch, Spar, and more.

Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC), Pizza Hut, Burger King and Coffeeshop Company are also located in the Mall. TEG also features some local brands of fast food restaurants like Kolonat.

The Mall also features a Cineplexx multiplex cinema.

Four bus lines connect the city with the Tirana East Gate.

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  1. "Hapet TEG, qendra më e madhe tregtare në rajon". shqiptarja.com (in Albanian). 25 November 2011.
  2. "Hapet TEG, qendra më e madhe në vend -Revista Monitor". www.monitor.al.