Sunday, July 3, 2022

Apartments set for former Market Harborough nightclub

A former Market Harborough nightclub is set to be transformed into apartments by a specialist property company run by a family who used to enjoy nights out at the venue.

Stylish Living, together with its business partner Scott, has purchased the former Enigma nightclub through property consultancy Fisher German, acting on behalf of the owner.

The team is now set to transform the building into 2 two-bedroom duplex apartments with bi-fold doors leading to a roof terrace, a one-bedroom duplex apartment overlooking the high street as well as 10 self-contained studio apartments which benefit from a shared cinema room and workspace studio.

Stylish Living Managing Director Emma Estill said: “We’re extremely happy to purchase Enigma. With the Stylish Living team being local, a number of us have fond memories of the nightclub before it closed its doors in 2015, as do the majority of our build team.

“So it’s a special project for us, and it was really exciting when we got the keys and were able to go back inside. The apartments will contain everything you would expect from a boutique hotel, right from the fixtures and fittings to the appliances and soft furnishings.

“For us it’s all about producing somewhere that is really high-end with creative interior design which gives each apartment a unique look and feel. We are currently at the rip-out stage but would expect the development to be completed by early 2022, with reservations being taken from towards the end of this year.”

William Green, of Fisher German, said: “We are very pleased to complete on the sale of the former Enigma nightclub.

“While the popular Enigma Café bar is still thriving at street level, the upper floors of the building have been empty for a number of years and Stylish Living has some fantastic plans to bring it back to life while delivering high-end accommodation to the town. We look forward to seeing the completed development.”

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