The imposing Belville Street towerblocks in Greenock were demolished earlier this year.
Now a community project is in the running to win £100,000 in a national vote to transform the site.
And residents can help the project win the cash by voting online.
Residents can go online at www.vote.growwilduk.com to vote for the community growing project, Belville Community Garden. Voting is open until November 3.
This project aims to deliver a community garden on the site of three former high rise flats in Greenock to encourage community participation in healthy activities. Inspired by the views over the Clyde and former shipyards, the project aims to introduce spaces to meet and learn.
The project is being led by River Clyde Homes in partnership with Inverclyde Council and Lower Clyde Greenspace.
Councillor Michael McCormick, Inverclyde Council's environment and regeneration convener said: "There have always been spectacular views looking out from here, but we want it to be spectacular looking in at the Belville Community Garden. This exciting project can help bring the countryside right into the town. I'd urge everyone in Inverclyde to back Bellville and give it your vote."
Grow Wild will award £100,000 in funding to one of three projects throughout Scotland, which also include a disused sewage works in Barrhead.
The transformed site will be completed next spring Alice McCaughey, of Belville Community Association, said: "Were we to be chosen, this money will allow us to ensure a healthy planting of native species while at the same time playing a positive contribution to our wider objective for the project of delivering training opportunities which would be especially beneficial for the young people in our community."