A historic logistics firm has taken space at a ten-storey Manchester city centre office building, with the company relocating 50 employees from its current base.
Good Logistics, a Denholm Group company and provider of logistics and shipping services with its roots dating back to 1833, has secured 3,289 sq ft on the fourth floor of Four Hardman Street in the Spinningfields Estate.
The company will be relocating the employees from its current Cardinal House, St. Mary's Parsonage, Manchester location.
The new occupier has committed to a 10-year lease at Four Hardman Street as it seeks to expand its operations across the North West.
Colliers' National Offices team, acting jointly with Savills, has let the office space to Good Logistics on behalf of Lothbury Investment Management.
It follows on from the lettings at the recently refurbished building to HGF on part of the sixth floor (3,754 sq ft) and SYSTRA on the fifth floor (5,880 sq ft).
Alan Platt, divisional managing director at Good Logistics, said:
"We are delighted to be re-locating to Four Hardman Street as part of our ambitious plans for continued growth.
"It is a first-class space in which we have been able to create a first-class environment for our colleagues to work and enjoy."
Dan Margolis, senior surveyor in the National Offices team at Colliers, said:
"We are confident that the move will create an excellent new working environment for everyone at Good Logistics, offering employees more than just a 9-5 work location."
Alastair Dewar, asset manager at Lothbury Investment Management, said:
"4 Hardman Street is located in the Deansgate Conservation Area and constructed to a high architectural standard. Lothbury has undertaken significant internal and external refurbishment of the building to create one of the most highly sought-after Grade A office assets in the region and which is continuing to attract prestigious, long-term tenants."