Langtree has announced the latest deals at its industrial scheme in Openshaw, east Manchester.
El Pan Fresco, local bread makers for nearly 30 years, has taken units 4 and 5, totalling 4,251 sq ft of industrial space, on a five-year lease in the Medlock Court part of the site for an undisclosed rent.
Elaine Metcalf, owner of El Pan Fresco, said: "We required more secure premises than our existing ones provided but wanted to remain in the local area, so City Works was the ideal choice for us."
City Works comprises of three courts providing a total of 48 industrial units to let ranging in size from 2,600 to 22,000 sq ft with a specification that includes offices, heating and lighting, and service yards.
Along with El Pan Fresco moving to the site, existing tenant First Choice Flowers has taken an additional 2,663 sq ft of space on a five-year lease for an undisclosed rent.
Jan Brindle, property manager at Langtree, said: "We are delighted that City Works continues to be a popular choice with occupiers, and the latest deals see the site taken to 85% let. There has been strong interest in the remaining units and we hope to have further occupiers imminently."
City Works fronts Ashton Old Road in Openshaw, which provides one of the main arterial routes east from Manchester city centre to Junction 23 of the M60 motorway.