New tenants revealed for former Leeds nightclub Carpe Diem building

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A Grade II-listed building famous for its past as a popular nightclub will re-open as a craft ale and street food bar.

The basement unit in the old Leeds School Board building on Calverley Street was home to late-night clubbing spot and music venue Carpe Diem for 11 years until its closure in 2015.

The club hosted big names including the Pigeon Detective and Kaiser Chiefs.

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Assembly Underground will open at the site next month.

The refurbishment will incorporate some of the Victorian building's

original features, and the bar will be run by Vocation Brewery of Hebden