The IT services company has bought the 4,300 sq ft building at Christie Office Park off Princess Road in West Didsbury from Ravensworth Properties for £725,000.
The two-storey office building known as 5 Christie Way, which comes with 11 parking spaces, is part of a development of seven buildings with other occupiers including Nationwide Vehicle Contracts, Leon Herman Accountants and Symphony Housing.
Specialist office agency Canning O’Neill acted for TAGZ on the deal, while Ravensworth was represented by Newcastle-based agency Naylors Gavin Black.
The deal will see TAGZ relocate from its current office on Wilbraham Road in Whalley Range, which has been sold to an unnamed residential developer. That property was marketed by Gifford Dixon at an asking price of £1.75m.
Conrad O’Neill, director of Canning O’Neill, said: “This building generated a lot of interest due to the short supply of small owner-occupier office opportunities in South Manchester.
“Having sold its existing building, TAGZ engaged with Canning O’Neill to find an alternative property to buy nearby and 5 Christie Way met its needs precisely.”