British Land subsidiary Broadgate Estates has been appointed to run Tritax Securities' £330m Maxim.
The property manager has been given a five-year contract to manage 750,000 sq ft of office space, over the ten buildings that comprise Maxim, which is located off the M8 between Glasgow and Edinburgh.
It will also manage six industrial units totalling 450,000 sq ft at the development.
Broadgate was appointed because of its role at other office schemes under management including Chiswick Park and Broadgate Circle.
The company has been appointed to manage a number of major developments across the country including Grosvenor’s Liverpool One, European Land’s Merchant Square in London’s Paddington area, and Allied London’s Spinningfields in Manchester.
Broadgate Estates will be responsible for the property management, but Tritax will remain in charge of asset management.
Buildings 1 and 3 in Maxim are due for completion in autumn, with the whole park ready in early 2010.