Permission is being sought to demolish a former cinema in Monaghan town and build a four-storey apartment block.
The plans also allow for two retail or office units, and underground parking.
McGuigan Builders have applied for planning permission to demolish the former Monaghan Heating & Plumbing Center building on Glaslough Street.
Before being a trade and hardware store, the site was the location of the Magnet, or County Cinema.
The building is not a protected structure but is within the Glaslough Street Architectural Conservation Area.
The plans, as submitted to Monaghan County Council are seeking to build a four-storey building over basement parking to include two retail or office units and 37 residential apartments.
These will be one three-bed, 27 two-bed and 9 one-bed apartments.
The basement parking will be accessed from the existing vehicular entrance on to the street.
Ancillary works includes plant rooms, an ESB substation, bike storage spaces and a landscaped communal open space.
A decision on the plans is expected in October.