Luxembourg City’s new complex of shops and restaurants, Royal Hamilius, is expected to bring a mini-employment boom to the City, generating more than 250 jobs, according to job centre Adem.
The development will welcome department store Galeries Lafayette, FNAC, Zadig&Voltaire, jewellers Louis Pion, Royal Quartz, Team agency, De Fursac and Audiophile, as well as the restaurants Manko and Victorine across its 16,000 square metres of retail and restaurant space.
The kinds of roles these outlets will require include sales and management, logistics and restauration.
To help employers find staff, Adem is hosting a recruitment fair on 18 September at the Parc Hôtel Alvisse, in Luxembourg-Dommeldange from 9am to 4pm.
Anyone planning to attend the fair can register by emailing email@example.com
Constructed by developers Codic on the former Royal Hamilius bus station in the city centre, the new complex also includes accommodation, offices and public spaces. Already dogged by delays, the first shops are expected to open before the end of 2019.
Artists' impression shows aerial view of the new Royal Hamilius complex. Photo: Codic