Place North West and its sister online title, media news website How-Do, have acquired new offices in Manchester city centre.
The two firms are now based in Quay House in Quay Street, Spinningfields. Place was founded in 2007 and was acquired by How-Do in autumn 2009. How-Do was formerly based in West Didsbury, Manchester.
Paul Unger, editor and founder of Place North West, said: "After largely running Place from home in Aigburth, Liverpool for the past three years it is a refreshing change to work alongside the rest of the team and amid the buzz of Manchester city centre.
"Half of our readers are in Manchester and it is clearly the main economic engine of the region so it makes sense for us to be here to develop even stronger ties with the property and regeneration community."
Unger and Wirral-based reporter Michael Hunt will split their time between Merseyside and Manchester.
Mark Burgess, director of Spinningfields Management Company, said: "We welcome online industry portals Place North West and How-Do as they join Manchester news and lifestyle platform Manchester Confidential and marketing agency Journey9 in what is rapidly becoming a digital hub in Spinningfields.
"The offices in Quay House are home to a digital community who are leading the way in the region," he added.
The new address is Quay House, Quay Street, Manchester, M3 3JE and the new main switchboard number is 0161 637 2977.