Peel has revealed the next phase of its major £5bn Liverpool Waters regeneration.
The developer revealed fresh details of eight plots at the Merseyside scheme, which was given planning approval in 2013.
The new Central Docks neighbourhood, which forms part of the wider Liverpool Waters scheme, will provide more than 2m sq ft of mixed-use floorspace, including 750,000 sq ft of office space, and more than 1,000 new waterfront apartments in buildings up to 44 storeys high.
There will also be a 7 ha public park and views overlooking the River Mersey and the Leeds and Liverpool Canal.
Much of the work at Liverpool Waters so far has been centered on the Princes Dock neighbourhood to the north of the site.
According to Peel, more than £300m of construction work will start at Liverpool Waters by the end of 2017.
One project due to get underway in Liverpool Waters is the £82m Lexington tower, a 34-storey PRS development, which will be delivered by developer Moda Living and fully funded by private real estate investment management firm Apache Capital Partners.