British Land has let a new office building at Blythe Valley Park at Solihull.
The company invested £6.5 million to speculatively build two new state-of-the-art buildings - Rhodium and Tungsten - just off junction four of the M42.
The Tungsten office building has now been let to Homebuy Group. The group, which is moving from Aldridge, has signed a 12-year lease at 20 per sq ft.
Robert Samuel of British Land said: "This is testament to our faith in the region and particularly the award winning Blythe Valley Park.
"We have also had interest in Rhodium from companies both in the region and from across the country."
Savills, Knight Frank and Donaldsons acted for British Land.