Chicago Rock Cafe operator 3D Entertainment has found its first tenant-at-will for one of its unbranded bars. The late night operator recently instructed Fleurets to market licensed nightclubs to let for as little as £1,000 - £4,000 per week and they are available singularly or as in groups. Now, a licensee has been found to run Chic in Bolton in Lancashire and M&C Report understands that two or three more of the tenancy-at-will deals for 3D Entertainment may be concluded in the next week. Fleurets director Richard Negus said: “One of the renancy-at-will deals has been done already which is great news and we may see two or three others being completed in the next week. This shows what an innovative tenancy this is. “This is an ideal opportunity for a nightclub, leisure, bar or restaurant operator to occupy some prime licensed outlets for no purchase cost and without any long term financial commitment.” New 3D appointee Peter Collins has been put in charge to oversee the new “tenanted division” involving nine sites. After a year’s successful occupancy, a licensee has the opportunity to apply for a secure lease / under lease for nil premium other than legal costs involved. Venues switched to the tenanted division are: Chicago Rock, Colchester, Chicago Rock, Swansea, Envy, Gloucester, Jumpin Jaks, Cardiff, Jumpin Jaks, Nottingham, Love2Love, Sutton, Mortimer’s, Burnley, anfd Orange House, Reading. 3D Entertainment is believed to have around seven closed venues, including Chicago Rock Cafe in Bolton, Chicester and Grimbsby and Jumpin Jaks in Bradford and Dunstable. 3D was formed in January 2007, following their purchase of 98 businesses from Luminar Leisure.