The huge new building will feature 71 storeys, a top floor restaurant and a sky pool.
And it will feel right at home amongst the huge towers proliferating at Deansgate Square.
Currently the tallest building in Manchester is the South Tower, which sits at 200m tall.
If approved by the Council, Plot D of the Crown Street Phase Development will be the new biggest building in Manchester, at 213m.
Plans revealed today suggest that the new phase of building will bring a massive 2,388 homes to the area.
A spokesperson from Renaker said about the new site:
“The 71-storey, primarily residential scheme comprises one tower, set out on a two-level podium.
“The building design incorporates 642 apartments with a mix of one (203 units, totalling 32%), two (402 units, 62%) and three (37 units, 6%) bed units and a range of internal and external amenity spaces, including a sky pool, yoga studio, lounge, co-working spaces and a gym.
“A publicly accessible restaurant will be provided on the top floor of the tower, accessed via a dedicated ground floor lobby and bank of lifts.
“214 car parking spaces and 642 cycle parking spaces for the residents are incorporated over 3 basement levels.
“A large ground floor level secure cycle parking store is provided, with overflow stores in the basement. Access to the Basement is from a secure vehicle and cyclist entry point, which will be provided via the internal access road off Melbourne Street and Great Jackson Street.
“In addition, an Estate Office is proposed that demonstrates Renaker’s commitment to the ongoing management of the estate.”
The building has not yet been approved by Manchester Council, but you can have your say on the plans by clicking here.
The consultation will be open from 30 January to 20 February 2023.