The Paris Opéra Centre occupies six floors of a 19th century building in major financial district, home to most major banks. The city's economy as a whole is shifting towards value added service industries like finance, IT and hi-tech manufacturing, including electrics. The Paris Opéra Centre is located on an avenue running from the Louvre to the city's historic opera house, Opera Garnier. The area also features the largest shopping centres in central Paris, including the famous Galeries Lafayette department store. The centre has 100 offices as well as its own restaurant and coffee bar. The building is protected by 24-hour CCTV coverage. There are good public transport links with metro and suburban train stations a short walk away.