Aberdeen Property Investors has let the 6,890 sq ft second floor at The Chancery in 58 Spring Gardens, Manchester, to corporate restructuring specialists MCR.
The company, which has agreed to a ten year lease for an undisclosed sum, is believed to be relocating all Manchester staff into the new office from two offices in John Dalton Street and Peter Street.
The company joins other tenants at the 46,121 sq ft building including Clydesdale Bank, Brit Insurance and Hudson Recruitment.
James Evans, director of Savills, which advised Aberdeen Property Investors, said: "The building continues to attract high quality firms such as MCR, and its popularity is evidenced by the fact only 3,500 sq ft remains available to let on the fifth floor."
Savills said that the landlord has recently completed a refurbishment of the reception area and is installing shower facilities and cycle racks in the basement for its tenants.
WHR represented MCR.