Brammer Buck & Hickman has signed up for 20,000 sq ft at Praxis’ Concorde Business Park in south Manchester.
The move to Dakota House will see the company consolidate its Wythenshawe and Knutsford offices into once location; Brammer Buck & Hickman has taken the first and second floor of the newly-refurbished building.
The firm is part of the wider Rubix group, which is one of Europe’s largest maintenance, repair, and overhaul products distribution businesses.
The deal leaves 18,000 sq ft remaining at the three-storey Dakota House. Praxis acquired the park from Max Properties as part of a wider purchase of the company’s Garden Portfolio.
Canning O’Neill, Williams Sillitoe, and Cushman & Wakefield acted for Praxis on the deal.
Cécile Parker, chief financial officers for UK, Ireland & Iceland at Brammer Buck & Hickman commented, “This new move is just one step in a strategic plan to accelerate our business growth both in the UK and the wider market.
“By moving to these new, high tech and spacious offices, we aim to boost company productivity and efficiency by providing our colleagues with an exceptional working environment. We spent over 30 years at our previous site so the move to Dakota House marks an exciting new start for all the teams. Throughout this process, we’ve had a successful and positive experience working alongside Praxis and look forward to continuing this partnership into the new year.”