Dominant office landlord Bruntwood has announced a series of small lettings totalling 6,100 sq ft at the Cotton Exchange in Liverpool's Old Hall Street.
Medicals Direct, a health insurer, has taken a 1,000 sq ft office on the building's fifth floor. The company has also let a 3,000 sq ft suite in Bruntwood's St Christopher House property in Stockport.
Personal injury specialist HH Law has signed a three-year lease on a 700 sq ft refurbished office.
Web design company iProgress is moving into a 400 sq ft suite on the sixth floor of the building, upgrading from a 200 sq ft office.
Law firm MJP Justice is also doubling its space in the Cotton Exchange, expanding from 2,000 sq ft to 4,000 sq ft.
Colin Forshaw, head of sales at Bruntwood, said: "These new lettings mark another great start to the year for Bruntwood and we are pleased to welcome such a wide range of businesses into the Cotton Exchange.
"The building remains one of our most popular properties and we've worked closely with our tenants to ensure they have the type and size of suite that they need. Lettings to companies such as Medicals Direct highlight the flexibility that Bruntwood offers in allowing customers to move seamlessly within our buildings as their business requirements change and they look to up or downsize."
Bruntwood owns nine office buildings in Liverpool city centre, including Oriel Chambers, The Plaza and One Dale Street.