Sanctuary Scotland Housing Association hopes to complete its regeneration of Priesthill by building 78 affordable homes on the site of a former children's centre.
The high-quality properties would be the final chapter in Sanctuary's overhaul of Priesthill's housing stock and mark more than a decade of development in the area.
Sanctuary Scotland is in talks with City Property (Glasgow) LLP - who act as agent to Glasgow City Council - and Glasgow City Council, who own the land. The proposed homes would be built on the former Burnbrae Primary School and Children's Centre site in Priesthill Road, once formal approval is sought by City Property from the Council's Executive Committee.
Gordon Laurie, the director of Sanctuary Scotland, said: "We are working in partnership with Glasgow City Council, City Property and others with a view to submitting a planning application in the next few months.
"If successful, the creation of another 78 high-quality, affordable family homes in Priesthill would complete Sanctuary's successful regeneration of the area.
"The majority would be two and three-bedroom family homes, over two storeys. There would also be a few larger family houses and some wheelchair accommodation, with open space and play facilities."
Sanctuary Scotland this month completed the last of 64 new homes in Priesthill's St Robert's area, just yards from the Association's HQ. Fifteen of these properties are available for shared equity, with the remainder being allocated for social rent in partnership with Glasgow City Council and Glasgow Housing Association.
If Sanctuary gets the go-ahead to build on the Burnbrae site, it will take the number of new homes built by the Association in Priesthill to more than 500 once the development is completed. This equates to a significant percentage of the area's total housing stock.
Sanctuary Scotland is a member of leading social enterprise Sanctuary Group.
Gordon Laurie added: "The completion of St Roberts is yet another example of our commitment to providing high-quality, affordable housing for the people of Priesthill.
"The homes show what Sanctuary Scotland could achieve at Burnbrae, if the funding and planning permission is secured."