A DEVELOPER has applied to demolish former brass foundry building in Finnieston and build a 10-storey block of flats.
Nevis Properties is seeking planning permission for 64 apartments at 131 Minerva Street, which is not listed and is currently used for offices.
There would be a mixture one, two and three-bedroom units.
Three external communal amenity decks would be provided and there would be 21 car parking spaces.
A design statement explains: “The subject site is located on the corner of Minerva Street and West Greenhill Place in the area of Finnieston, and its location provides a unique opportunity to deliver a dynamic development that will make a positive contribution to the ongoing regeneration of Glasgow City Centre through the quality of its architecture and landscape design.
“Proposals prioritise amenity space, both communal and private, with the integration of large rooftop areas for communal use and private balconies / terraces for every apartment within the development.
“Nevis Properties are committed to delivering residential developments designed to the highest quality standard.”
The application is pending assessment by Glasgow City planners.