A city centre office building is fully let after rail company Virgin Trains agreed to take the remaining space.
The firm, which operates the West Coast Main Line, has taken 12,417 sq ft over the ground and first floors of Victoria Square House on a ten-year lease.
Property consultancy Bilfinger GVA secured the final deal on behalf of landlord Ardstone Capital.
Michael Cecil at Ardstone Capital, said: "We are delighted we will be adding another high-profile occupier to the strong tenant list in situ.
"Having undertaken a number of improvements to the building over the last 12 months, it is pleasing to have it fully let."
George Jennings, associate at Bilfinger GVA, added: "The location of Victoria Square House on one of the city's most historic public squares and close to the city's booming business district has always been a significant draw for occupiers seeking high quality office space."
Other occupiers at Victoria Square House include law firms DLA Piper and Browne Jacobson, Consumer for Water, the Gambling Commission and Aecom.
Bilfinger GVA are joint agencies on the building with JLL. Travel Point Trading acted for West Coast Trains.