Nick Leslau's Max Property Group has let 30,000 sq ft of offices to Shell UK at Brabazon House on Concord Business Park near Manchester Airport.
Shell UK has agreed on a 10 year lease with a break option at year five and is relocating from another site in Wythenshawe. Concord Business Park comprises of 124,000 sq ft in five buildings.
Prestbury Investments manages the Max Property Group portfolio.
GVA and Savills acted for the landlord while Jones Lang LaSalle acted on behalf of Shell UK in the deal.
James Evans, office agency director at Savills, said: "The Park has arguably been the areas most successful with key lettings to both Shell and Thyssen Krupp over the last twelve months totalling c. 45,000 sq ft. To attract such formidable blue chip occupiers is testament to the quality of the park and the flexible attitude of MAX LP."
Global integrated materials and technology group ThyssenKrupp Elevator took 11,000 sq ft at Caravelle Court, while other companies at Concord Business Park include Serco, 25,000 sq ft at Maple House, and accountants Trevor Jones, which moved into 18,000 sq ft at Rowan Court.
Ben Walford, from Prestbury Investments, added: "We now turn our attention to refurbishing the final vacant building on the park, the 40,000 sq ft Dakota House and bringing the space to the market as soon as possible."