The developer has unveiled plans for a pair of 51-storey towers close to Deansgate Square in Manchester.
The Renaker scheme, designed by SimpsonHaugh, comprises 988 homes featuring a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments.
Plot F wraps around the southern corner of Deansgate Square, which features a 64-storey tower, and is bordered by Great Jackson Street.
Renaker anticipates submitting a full planning application for the scheme this summer. Deloitte Real Estate is the planning consultant and TPM Landscape is the landscape architect.
The project, which is to feature half an acre of public realm between the two skyscrapers, is the latest to come forward within the Great Jackson Street regeneration area.
Renaker completed the four-tower, 1,500-home Deansgate Square earlier this year, while a further 1,529 new homes are under construction across Elizabeth Tower, Circle and the Blade.
Nearby, plans for Park Place, a scheme featuring 1,037 apartments across two 56-storey towers, were submitted to Manchester City Council in March.
The developer behind the £350m project is Great Jackson Street Estates, controlled by Salford-based investor Aubrey Weis, which owns Plot G within the Great Jackson Street masterplan.