Stylish Glasgow nightclubs put on the market

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A Glasgow venue made up of three nightclubs has been put up for sale through property specialist Christie + Co.

Cirque, Massa and The Cellar Door in Queen Street in the Merchant City area is on the market despite trading well and having potential for further growth.

Cirque (pictured), which was opened in October 2012 by Hyde Leisure in the former site of Yang nightclub, is now made up of a main room and a VIP lounge.

It features a contemporary interior design and benefits from top-quality light and sound systems. Each room has been well configured with good use of booth-style seating around the main dance floors and bar.

Stretching over ground and basement levels, the venue has been split into three separate clubs, with Massa and The Cellar Door operating under the same roof.

Previously used as one complete venue, the three operations can be connected internally if needed but each has its own serviced areas and attracts different customer bases because of the variety of the concepts.

Christie + Co is seeking £175,000 for the leasehold interest in the three venues.

Cirque is used by many of Scotland’s leading promoters, established DJs and rising talents who pump out music from hip hop and R ‘n’ B to electro and house on the state-of-the-art sound system.

Having hosted the 2013 MOBO After Party, it has attracted some of the biggest names in the UK music industry such as Tinie Tempah, Trevor Nelson and Rudimental.

Brian Sheldon of Christie + Co’s Glasgow office, who is handling the sale, said: “These three venues bring lashings of glamour and an air of exclusivity to the Merchant City area.

“With the ability to combine three venues into one, a full premises licence and being located on one of the busiest streets in Glasgow, the business is trading well and has potential for further growth – a winner for any nightclub buyer, investor, operator or owner.”

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