Since decades Tegel Market Hall with its distinct charme has been a popular meeting point for young and old, where the personal contact between customers and sellers plays a very important role. Tegel Market Hall is well known even beyond the boundaries of Tegel, attracting many potential clients from other districts of Berlin to Gorkistraße.
The market hall, which looks back on a 100-year tradition, is an important part of the project development and the modernisation of the pedestrian zone Fußgängerzone Gorkistraße / Tegel Quartier. The preservation of the longstanding tradition and simultaneously creating a modern and contemporary atmosphere, have the highest priority during the restructuring measures.
The market hall impresses with a versatile mix of tenants and elaborate interior details, resembling food markets of southern countries. Besides fresh groceries like fruit, vegetable, fish and meat there is also a wide range of non-food products like gastronomic services, fashion and more.
The Gorkistraße pedestrian zone and Tegel market hall are known far beyond the borders of Tegel.
approx. 250,000 potential customers in the direct catchment area
Attractive tenant mix in the overall project: establishment of well-known chain stores and regional retailers
very good accessibility, both by car and by public transport, multi-storey parking lot with 320 parking spaces + 200 covered bicycle stands
located on the first floor and accessible barrier-free via 2 entrances (via Gorkistraße and via Grußdorfstraße)
modern architecture and bright, open design with a feel-good atmosphere
combines tradition & modernity and has been a popular and well-tried meeting place for young & old for decades
market halls are trendy and reflect a social desire for less anonymity, familiar ambience
Market halls are a logical consequence of the "Biregna" trend ("organic, regional, sustainable"), because they can combine all this in one place