Seven Capital's latest plans for a city living complex in Birmingham are set to win council backing next week.
The investment and development group, which is behind several projects throughout Birmingham, is planning to revamp run-down land off Bristol Street with a new 141-apartment block called Madison House.
The development would contain 81 one-bedroom, 59 two-bedroom and a three-bedroom apartment, 86 cycle spaces, parking for 47 cars and a retail unit.
Known as the Wrentham Street Triangle, the application site in the Southside district is bounded by Wrentham Street, Kent Street and Gooch Street North and bookended by two pubs - The Fountain Inn and The British Oak - although these are not part of the application.
Officers at Birmingham City Council have recommended the project is approved when its planning committee meets on Thursday.
A report prepared ahead of the meeting said: "The application proposals would deliver a sustainable residential development within the city centre, well served by existing facilities and infrastructure.
"The scheme would deliver a mix of apartment sizes and follows previous consents for residential redevelopment, dating back to 2004.
"The addition of a modest retail store on Wrentham Street recognises the need to enliven this key pedestrian route.
"The application represents a significant level of investment within Southside. Combined with other schemes in the locality, it could help support the Southern Gateway transformation that will be kick-started by the redevelopment of the Wholesale Markets site."
Seven Capital's other current projects in Birmingham include the former Harrison Drape factory in Digbeth, to be called Fabrick Square, Swan Kettleworks in the Jewellery Quarter and One Hagley Road at Five Ways island.