Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville reveal Manchester plans
28 July 2016 Last updated at 17:04 BST
Former Manchester United footballers Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville have revealed images of their latest property plans.
They aim to transform Jackson's Row near Manchester Town Hall into a development known as St. Michael's, which will include a five star hotel, apartments, offices and restaurants.
An existing synagogue will be rebuilt on the site, but the 19th Century Sir Ralph Abercromby pub and the former Bootle Street police station will be knocked down if plans are approved, following their submission to Manchester City Council later this year.
Neville and Giggs were involved in the development of Hotel Football, near their former club's Old Trafford stadium. They are also turning the former Manchester Stock Exchange into a luxury hotel after they allowed homeless people to stay in the building, before renovation started this year.
Stuart Flinders from BBC North West Tonight reports.