ITV Wales has been given a first look at how plans for a £500m redevelopment of Swansea will look.
Iconic buildings and sites will be put on the market in a bid to change the shape of the city and it's hoped Swansea can be turned into the financial capital of Wales.
Watch the report from our Swansea Correspondent Dean Thomas:
Today the council's vision for an ambitious redevelopment of the city centre was shown to developers and investors from around the world in London.
The plans include a possible seafront aquarium and sea sciences building at the council civic centre site along with an ambitious sky path leading from the St Davids shopping site to a raised public square over the city.
The development of the city centre offers the promise of a bright future, but right now many services in the area could be coming to an end.
Changes to library and public toilet services are under consideration as the council tries to make savings from its budget.
Watch this spectacular fly-through video showing what the development could look like:
The vision for Swansea's future is to turn the city back towards the bay.
The city council want a developer on board by next year to make that vision a reality.