Heritage Lottery Fund's North West office has relocated from 82 King Street in Manchester to Carver's Warehouse, the Town Centre Securities-owned building in Piccadilly.
HLF moved in August to a 2, 012 sq ft office on the lower ground floor of Carver's Warehouse in Dale Street.
TCS completed the renovation of 22,000 sq ft Carvers Warehouse in 2008. The building is now home to Marketing Manchester, Stockley Broster O'Malley, Four23, Harris Partnership, BWB Consulting and G-Star Raw. Digital industries co-working group TechHub will open its first Manchester base there in November.
Suzanne Gallagher, asset manager at Town Centre Securities said: "Carver's Warehouse seems a very fitting location for the Heritage Lottery Fund to be based. It's great to have an organisation here who appreciates historic buildings. This is high quality office space, minutes from both Piccadilly Station and the Northern Quarter. We're extremely proud of the Carver's Warehouse conversion which retains its original character. It's a prominent building in this part of the Piccadilly Basin and we hope HLF will be very happy here."