Tesco and the Glasgow Harbour developers want to regenerate two sites.
They aim to provide a new Tesco supermarket at Glasgow Harbour and housing and office space at Beith Street, Partick.
A planning application for the developments has been made to Glasgow City Council.
Gloria Coats, corporate affairs manager for Tesco, said: "The feedback we have received throughout the consultation process has revealed that the benefits of our proposals, such as job creation and more choice, have been recognised by the local community.
"Our proposals for a supermarket at Glasgow Harbour will create hundreds of local jobs – providing a welcome boost to the area's economy, offering flexible working and a great benefits package to local residents and helping the long-term unemployed back to work."
Feedback from a consultation into the plans showed 76% of respondents supported the Tesco proposals for a supermarket at Glasgow Harbour.
A total of 80% believed they would benefit from the supermarket and 72% felt a store at Glasgow Harbour would encourage them to shop locally.
However, previous plans for Tesco stores in the area have faced fierce opposition from locals.
In August last year plans for a large Tesco store at Partick Cross were ditched after a five-year battle between rival developer Peel Holdings, residents, retailers and politicians.
The plan initially included 1300 student flats but were later scaled down.
After negotiations with Peel Holdings, which is behind Glasgow Harbour, the supermarket firm agreed instead to build a £50 million hypermarket near Whiteinch.
Tesco had aimed to develop the site of a former scrapyard in Beith Street but was thwarted by Peel Holdings, which bought a piece of land blocking Tesco's access to the site.
Glasgow Harbour has since bought the whole site at Beith Street and plans to expand its housing development into the area.
Since then, Tesco has taken over a 130-acre site at the west end of Glasgow Harbour, close to Whiteinch and the Thornwood roundabout.
Euan Jamieson, of Glasgow Harbour, added: "The local response has been extremely positive and we're confident that these proposals will deliver major benefits to the communities locally, further underlining Glasgow Harbour's long-term commitment to regenerating this important area of the city."
Pricing blunder sparks a stampede for cheap booze
By Deborah Anderson
A pricing error on beer and cider led to a stampede of customers to Tesco stores up across the west of Scotland.
Customers were amazed when they saw a deal offering three boxes of various alcoholic drinks for £20 was going through the tills at three for £11.
Police were called to Tesco in Greenock after congestion was reported in the car park as customers rushed to make the most of the deal.
However, it's understood the error was quickly spotted and corrected. Till operators changed the prices manually until the system was sorted.
It is understood the offer was supposed to be "buy three boxes of beer and save £11." Instead customers were able to purchase up to 45 small bottles of lager or 36 cans for £11.
News of the error spread quickly across social networking sites from around 7pm last night.
One Greenock shopper said: "My daughter told me about an offer which seemed too good to be true. She saw it on a networking site."
It is understood there was also problems at a store at the Silverburn shopping centre in Pollok, Glasgow and in Bellshill, Lanarkshire.
One customer said the situation turned into chaos as people phoned friends about the 'special offer'.
The blunder comes just months after staff at the new Tesco store in Maryhill were left red-faced following publication of a leaflet promising customers two bottles of liqueur for just £2.
The price should have read £25 and disgruntled customers arrived to face signs saying the offer was a mistake. The firm put the error down to a 'printing mistake'.