The only real effort is for SpaceX's Starship, where HiRISE has taken a total of 18 released images for candidate landing sites, mostly in the Arcadia Planitia region.
In general, however, there have been quite a few studies that have been done for generalized landing sites on Mars, but quite a bit of it depends on the exact mission planned. Specifically, the duration and ISRU requirements are needed before one can really assess too much. Starship is planning on a long duration mission with IRSU requirements, which tends to be about 40 degrees North. Alternative mission architectures may allow for a larger region to be looked at.
Of some note, 40 degrees north latitude is often sited as a good latitude for a number of reasons. First of all, there is reasonable sunlight year round. There is more ice the more towards the poles one goes, and 40 degrees has enough to be useful for use of the astronauts or for ISRU purposes, manufacturing Methane or Hydrogen for rocket fuel. Lastly, the Northern Hemisphere is preferred because it has more atmospheric pressure because of its lower altitude, making the landing easier.