Dancers will have a new place to shake at Tremors.
Tremors owner Dennis Steffes bought the former 729 club two weeks ago and began remodeling the interior for his new dance club and bar.
"The space is the same," Steffes said. "We're just working at changing the format."
The club will play Top 40 music, spun by D.J. Mark Moffet.
Steffes said he hopes the new club, 729 N.H., will create a more sophisticated atmosphere for students and middle-aged club goers alike.
"It's kind of a need for middle-aged people," Steffes said. "We just don't have any place to go."
Steffes said there is "too much negativity" about going out and he said Tremors should not have "the same kind of troubles that other bars have had."
To add to the club's new sophisticated feel, Steffes said limousine service will be provided for special occasions, on-site security will be hired and a dress code will be enforced.
"We expect people to be able to dress up and look appropriate for an evening out," Steffes said.
"I believe when people dress appropriately, they will also act appropriately."
Tremors will feature a new dance floor configuration from the 729 floor and will boast a bigger and better sound system, he said.