The £40m extensive regeneration scheme offer two, three and four bedroom homes and will be ready to move into in spring 2021.
The four-acre industrial site had lain derelict for over a decade since the factory closed in 1997.
Each of the 79 homes will have a private balcony or terrace, green open space and direct access to the adjacent Mina Road park.
There will be 24 affordable homes on the site, a mixture of intermediate rent and shared ownership.
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David Galman, sales director at Galliard Homes, said: “Brooks Dye Works is the thoughtful reimagination of a historic dyeworks, set to bring sought-after contemporary homes to the area.
“Bristol’s property market is in particular need of well-designed houses given the prominence of flats in the area.”
Robin Squire, regional managing director at Acorn Property Group’s Bristol office, commented: “For buyers interested in purchasing a home at Brooks Dye Works, the first release of homes is an exciting opportunity to learn more about the lifestyle on offer.”