Designed by architects, Sheppard Robson, the project is being delivered on behalf of Latimer, Clarion Housing Group’s development arm.
Ranging in height from 14 to 17 storeys, the scheme is located on the surface car park immediately adjacent to Booths food store.
The £70m build for sale scheme will provide a mix of one, two and three-bed apartments with residents’ facilities, a gym and retail.
Ian Sherry, director at Glenbrook, said: “This is the third scheme Glenbrook has delivered with Peel L&P and the first of more developments we plan to deliver with the team at Latimer.
“Subject to planning approval, we will commence construction in early summer 2020.”
Richard Cook, Clarion Group Director of Development, said: “Being part of the country’s largest affordable housing provider means Latimer has both the capacity and skills to deliver new homes at scale across the region.
“We are already on course to build a total of 552 new homes in Salford, but we are ambitious to do much more.”