Aviva Investors has appointed Queensberry Real Estate as development and project manager on its Corn Exchange scheme in Manchester.
The Grade II listed building, previously known as The Triangle, is let to retailers including Jigsaw, East and Americandy.
Queensberry Real Estate was born out of Multi Development two years ago. Its projects include SouthGate, Bath, and Victoria Square, Belfast. It is also leading on the redevelopment of Newport city centre and the asset management of CrownGate.
Chris Paterson from Aviva Investors said: "We worked previously with Queensberry on our SouthGate development in Bath and felt their in-depth understanding of complex developments, as well as hands-on management experience would make them ideally suited for the Corn Exchange."
Stuart Harris, partner at Queensberry Real Estate, added: "Our intention is to give the building a new lease of life, creating a destination to benefit the city's population and its wider catchment."