Developer and investor Langtree has reported several lettings at the Centrix@Newton serviced office in Newton-le-Willows.
The two-storey 15,000 sq ft building offers 15 small suites suitable for between two and 12 people, as well as conference and meeting facilities hireable by the hour.
McLaren Construction has taken a four-person office on a one-year lease to service a new contract locally.
Himor Group and WR Estates, both companies owned by Will Ainscough, son of Langtree founder William Ainscough, have moved in to Centrix.
Himor is an investment company with £60m of assets and aspirations to double its portfolio to £120m.
WR Estates owns business parks in Standish and Deeside and intends to grow through acquisition of office and industrial estates.
Not-for-profit organisation the Civic Trust Awards has taken a two-person office on a two-year lease. The awards scheme was established in 1959 to recognise the best in architecture, design, planning, landscape and public art.
Tooth cell bank Bioeden and cleaning and support service company Integrated Cleaning Management, have taken four-person seven-person offices respectively.