The former Partington Sports and Social club is due to be demolished to make way for 24 apartments under plans submitted to Trafford Council.
The club has been closed since it was devastated by a fire in January last year; the site also includes a car park which borders Warburton Lane and Bailey Lane.
The proposals, put forward by Grays Architecture on behalf of TSA Property Management, are for a three-storey apartment block, featuring 24 two-bedroom flats, along with a 28-space car park. All of these will be brought forward as affordable in partnership with an as-yet-unnamed registered provider.
At this stage, the planning application is in outline form, and a public consultation could follow when more details of the scheme are released at reserved matter stage, if outline plans are approved.
Partington is set to see significant development in the coming years with a large portion of the neighbouring land in Carrington allocated for green belt release under the emerging Greater Manchester Spatial Framework.
Last summer, Galliford Try Partnerships and Trafford Housing Trust submitted plans for the first 148 homes at a former gas storage site in Partington as part of a wider £100m project.
The housebuilder and the housing trust formed a joint venture in November 2017 and revealed proposals to build as many as 600 houses on site at Heath Farm Lane, which backs on to Carrington Moss.