A revised application for a block of 19 apartments on the site of the former Pizza Express restaurant next to the Winter Gardens is earmarked for council approval.
The five-storey apartment building would be constructed on the corner of Church Street and Abingdon Street.
The development would comprise 11 two-bedroom apartments and eight with one bedroom.
Pizza Express closed last year and the building has since been converted into Vintro Lounge, a restaurant that opened in June.
However, under the proposals lodged by a vehicle called Blackpool (Church Street) headed up by director Daniel Berko, the existing building would be demolished to make way for the apartment scheme.
The project would feature 3,000 sq ft of ground floor commercial space.
The latest plans, which go before Blackpool Council’s planning committee tomorrow, have been scaled back since the project was first mooted a year ago.
The original scheme proposed 29 apartments within a nine-storey building, but the scheme was tweaked after planning officers raised concerns about its scale.
Newsteer is the planning consultant for the project and Nissen Richards is the architect.