A former police station on Argyle Street could be demolished to make way for flats and shops.
Westpoint Homes has submitted an application to Glasgow City Council requesting permission to knock down Cranstonhill Police Station and build 84 flats.
The development, on land at Finnieston Cross, would also include six ground-floor shops and parking.
A planning report states: “The proposal will involve the demolition of the former police station building currently occupying the site and its replacement with a new development to complete this section of Argyle Street.
“It will deliver high-quality residential properties and associated ground floor retail within the existing urban context of Argyle Street.”
Westpoint Homes would provide a mix of one and two-bed flats and penthouses, while there would be one three-bed penthouse also included.
Some properties will have balconies while others will have private gardens.
Furthermore, the plans show 31 car parking spaces would be made available to residents and 108 spaces are proposed for bike storage.
However “due to the physical constraints of the site”, the developer says “it is not feasible to provide outdoor sports provision, allotments and children’s play on the site”.