Why Sneinton Market? 

Sneinton Market offers the best of the city centre but living in a real house and neighbourhood.


Sneinton Market is full of architectural character and history. The Fruit Market development will offer you a great mix of contemporary architectural housing in a heritage setting. 

Being 5 minutes from the city centre offers great lifestyle choices with quick and easy access to  bars, cafes, restaurants, shopping and cultural destinations.

Hockley and the Lace Market is recognised as the cultural heart of the city with Sneinton it’s up and coming neighbour. There are four artist led galleries close by, regularly holding events and exhibitions, and Sneinton Market is a regular location for festivals, arts events and markets. 

On the development’s doorstep is Victoria Leisure Centre, one of the newest and best run swimming pools and leisure centres in Nottingham. 

There is the lovely family-friendly Victoria Park and the city’s largest indoor entertainment and sports venue, the Ice Arena, one minute walk away in either direction.

For the green-fingered, there are the famous St Ann’s or Sneinton allotments within easy reach.

With culture, leisure, food and green spaces at your fingertips, Fruit Market is the affordable and brightest city centre living option. A real home in a real neighbourhood, designed by you.

Now taking reservations for phase 2


Set to be one of the best places to live in the city.


Sneinton Market is the natural extension of the city centre set to become a thriving residential and cultural location. The City Council are demonstrating serious commitment and have achieved many of the infrastructure requirements needed for real and sustained change. 

Sneinton Market has received a multi-million pound makeover and is is close to completion. The market units that were previously left to decay in the hands of a private developer, are now under Nottingham City Council’s ownership and a full refurbishment is at an advanced stage.

The units are designated for creative businesses that will breathe life back into the former fruit and vegetable market and create a great feel in the neighborhood.