Office lettings totalling 20,000 sq ft have been agreed by four companies at Wrather Group's recently completed Zenith Building in Manchester.
Cushman & Wakefield will occupy 5,100 sq ft on the building's 10th floor, relocating after two years in Property Alliance Group's Pinnacle on King Street.
Recruitment specialist Robert Half will move into the building's 8th floor, office fit-out specialist Overbury has taken the 9th floor, whilst Swiss-based Octapharma, a pharmaceutical company, will occupy the 11th and 12th floors.
The 14-storey, 75,000 sq ft building – once a Post Office headquarters – is part of the £150m makeover of Manchester's financial district around Spring Gardens which includes schemes by Bruntwood, Wilson Bowden and Langtree among others.
James Evans from Savills, joint agents on The Zenith Building with King Sturge and Edwards & Co, said: "A number of floors are still available to let, ranging in size from 5,124 sq ft upwards, but following the flurry of recent activity, we expect the remaining floors to attract other high profile companies to the development."
Quoting rents at the building are £28.50/sq ft.