Located near Colón, the permanent headquarters of the GCJ occupy a building built in the second decade of the 20th century on the ruins of an old burnt-down theatre; it would later become the first headquarters for the Department of Labour before the Lyçee Français – the last owner of the property – moved in.
The restoration of the building as the headquarters of GCJ retained and respected the original design of the façade, and the original height and shape. The property belongs to State Assets and has eight thousand square metres spread over: a central building, in a half-moon shape with an interior garden and four floors, plus the entrance lobby with the Theatre; an adjacent building, which is four storeys high; and a three-storey building that closes the structure and is accessed through a glass passageway on the lower ground floor.
Mon - Fri: 9am to 2pm / 4 to 6pm
Sat and 24 & 31 Dec: 9am to 1pm
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