Eastlands Homes has acquired a 20,000 sq ft unit for office and depot usage at Quorum Investments' Quattro Park in east Manchester.
The facility will include approximately 10,000 sq ft of office space in addition to the maintenance and stores depot.
It is the first pre-sale at Quattro Park for Quorum Investments, in conjunction with landowner Manchester City Council.
Eastlands Homes, which will use the facility as its new headquarters, owns and manages around 8,000 homes in the east Manchester area.
The cost of the sale was not disclosed.
David Williams, deputy chief executive of Eastlands Homes, said: "We have worked closely with Quorum over the past year to secure what for us is a perfect site for our new property services base. The development will give us easier access to all our homes and enable us to further improve our maintenance and improvement services for our customers."
Eastlands Homes was set up in 2003 and has offices in Gorton, Ardwick and Openshaw.
The new build Quattro Park facility is due to be completed in spring next year by contractor Pochins Construction, which has started on site.
Quattro Park, situated on a 3.2-acre site off Pottery Lane in Longsight, has units available from 5,000 sq ft to 25,000 sq ft.
Joint agents Colliers CRE and Davies Harrison acted on behalf of developer Quorum Investments, while Eastlands Homes was not represented.