Galleria International Corporate Suites Celebrates 20 Years as a Reinvented Historic Downtown West Palm Beach Landmark.

WEST PALM BEACH, Florida- Galleria International Corporate Suites (GICS), housed in the iconic downtown Galleria Building, celebrates 20 years of being in the forefront of West Palm Beach's glowing urban renewal..

GICS was purchased in 1993 by its parent company, Octagon Group of Companies and was completely refurbished inside and out. The owners have maintained its architectural integrity and status as a downtown icon. It is a National Register of Historic Places landmark.

It was in 1937 that the famous Palm Beach architect, John Volk, designed the Galleria Building that became the jewel of downtown, Hatch's Department Store. This was bought out by the Burdines chain in the early 1940s and has housed several other businesses through the years, including Pioneer Bank.

Today GICS is the flagship of downtown West Palm Beach's most recent urban revival, housing 50 executive offices with sizes ranging from 100 to 6,000 square feet, several conference rooms, high speed Wi-Fi, printing & copier rooms, a kitchen and other in-house facilities as well as support staff. Its high quality tenants include the Downtown Development Authority (DDA), Re/Max, Nico's Pizza, TheHome Mag of Palm Beach, Ship Sticks, attorneys, court reporters, mediators, entrepreneurs and a variety of businesses seeking day offices or satellite offices and who enjoy the convenience in location to the courts and government offices as well as restaurants and the Waterfront.

Our search for the ideal downtown office location led the DDA to the Galleria Building over six years ago. We are very pleased with the convenient location and the well-appointed facilities. It is also great to be in an iconic building in the center of this bustling downtown district" said Raphael Clemente, Executive Director of the Downtown Development Authority

Galleria International Corporate Suites is located at 301 Clematis Street, 33401. For more information, visit or call (561) 832-4732.