Time was spend discussing with Insider Media about our new expansion into Manchester city centre. As we have opened a new office for the Xenia Estates team, we continue to grow the team.

Property management company Xenia Estates has leased additional new premises in Central Manchester following a recent expansion.

Xenia Estates has signed a 36-month lease for a 1,002 sq ft office on 52 Princess Street to support its growing team.

Shared services will remain in its head office in Altrincham.

The firm has hired Leah Parkinson, senior property manager, to work with the team to continue the upwards growth.

Mark Austerberry joined as property mobilisation manager to help maintain growth.

Paul Wright, director of Xenia Estates, said: “I am extremely proud of the team in organising, supporting and implementing the new expansion into Manchester City Centre. After recruitment of Leah, Mark and Richard and additional team members, I look forward to seeing what they can achieve and will have my full support throughout.

“The positive impact is already shining through and their experience makes this move even more beneficial to Xenia. We’ve continued to build new client relationships, which is highly important after the recent global pandemic we’ve all endured for the past year and more.”

Wright added: “It’s exciting times ahead for Xenia, we aren’t showing any signs of slowing down as we fast approach 2022, new company goals to achieve and more progress to be made.”

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