Baltic Creative has signed up four new tenants to the emerging new media business district in central Liverpool.
App developer Citrus Suite and British Ceramic Design Studio, run by Alison Appleton, have each taken 548 sq ft shop studios on Jamaica Street.
Sparkle, specialising in motion graphics and computer-generated images is sharing a 3,200 sq ft studio on Jordan Street with Focus Innovation, business consultants that specialise in working with entrepreneurs in the creative industries.
Mark Lawler, centre manager for Baltic Creative, said: "I am delighted to welcome each of these organisations to Baltic Creative. The calibre of businesses that now call Baltic Creative their home is impressive, representing some of the most respected and exciting organisations within their fields. Each of these organisations that have chosen to relocate to Baltic Creative recognise the value of being part of this development now, and in the future.
"As a landlord, we have a duty to provide space that is engaging and helps facilitate creative thought, for both established organisations and business start ups. We will achieve this by continuing to invest in the property and our tenants, and by taking a proactive lead in the development of the city's creative and digital industry."
Community company Baltic Creative CIC owns and manages the 45,000 sq ft development in the historic industrial area near the Mersey. The development, designed by FVMA Architects, was funded by the European Regional Development Fund and North West Development Agency.