What the market says about a big shift to the Galleria market

Galleria has officially announced its plans to move its headquarters from Dublin to Dublin City as the market seeks to build up its presence in the city.

The company, which is based in Galway, has said it is working with local authorities on a number of key infrastructure projects.

It also said it will be seeking an additional 3,000 jobs in the capital over the next three years.

The move will see Galleria’s offices move to the site of the former Galleria office building, on Dublin’s southside, in a project that is expected to cost €15m.

“Galleria has long been a strong part of the Dublin economy and its relocation will bring its strength and momentum to Dublin,” the company said in a statement.

“This is an exciting time for the city as we seek to build our strength into the future.”

A large number of jobs will also be created in the Dublin city centre, where the company has offices.

Galea, which was founded in 1872, has long had a strong presence in Dublin, employing over 20,000 people, with its offices in the Old Town of Dublin and the historic Irish Exchange.

The Galleria is the latest of several new Irish retail and entertainment establishments to move to Dublin over the last year, with a number already on the way.