Property developer and investor company, Property Alliance Group has announced that it has signed up four new tenants to occupy space at its 10,800-square-foot office block in Manchester.

New tenants to the Bound Building are digital innovation agency Common Good, student accommodation provider Liberty Living, outdoor clothing and sportswear manufacturer Patagonia, and entertainment marketing and advertising firm AKA Promotions. Between the four companies, they have leased 9,000 square feet of office space in Manchester’s latest art studio turned office block.

The building, which is located on Sackville Street, is in close proximity to Manchester Piccadilly train station, meaning that it has access to a great transport network, making it ideal for any business. Furthermore, the location overlooks the Vimto Gardens, and is placed at the centre of a new and upcoming business district for the city.

Property Alliance Group bought the site in April this year for an unknown fee. The building was once a part of the Umist science and technology campus. It is the latest part of the refurbishment of the city’s Art Deco block.

The refurbishment of Bounds Building has seen a new double height reception area featuring a new glass entrance and feature lighting, bringing modernity to the 19th-century site. The new tenants can also take advantage of the buildings private car park and brand new high specification security systems.

Only one suite in the building is available to rent, and that is the 1,800 square foot penthouse loft suite available for a price competitive for an office block in Manchester city centre.