Bruntwood has announced the opening of a new floor of serviced office space at Centurion House in Deansgate, Manchester.
This will take its serviced office portfolio to over 1,800 desks across Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds and Birmingham.
The new suites aim to provide cost efficient office space for small to medium businesses. The space was occupied by Moore Stephens Solicitors, which Bruntwood has relocated to Blackfriars House in Manchester.
Centurion House combines two floors of serviced office space alongside nine floors of conventional office space and ground floor meeting rooms.
Andrew Butterworth, sales director at Bruntwood, said: "Demand for our serviced offices has always been strong. Our fully integrated office buildings where our serviced and conventional office customers work side by side have proven very successful, particularly in the current climate. This is because we can offer customers the ability to take short term serviced office space and then move into longer term conventional offices within the same building."
Bruntwood said the new serviced office suites will be available for occupation from May and suites will be available to view from April.
The office landlord owns and manages 90 properties in Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds and Birmingham, which are home to over 1,000 companies.