The former site of Manhasset Village in Richmond Heights has changed quite a bit over the past several years. A new apartment complex, called the "Evo", has been built along with a senior living community called "Anthology of Clayton View". Now, the remaining land in the area between Eager Road and 64/40 is set to become home to a 102 townhouse development called "Gateway Heights"
The development is planned by local home builder Fischer Homes. All the homes will be in their "Midtown" style and be attached to a few other homes. An initial rendering of the project shows the homes will be white and feature small front yards. The listing for the project says that the homes will be rear entry and offer an open concept design. As for parking, the listing doesn't make that clear but garages might be accessed from an alley. The entire Gateway Heights development will eventually include a private and scenic walking path, fire pit, and covered pavilion.
The original Manhasset Village development was built in 1939 in what was once the outskirts of St. Louis. The original development included 353 apartment units. In 2005, Manhasset Village came down due to the owner at the time deeming the property functionally obsolete. With the Evo complex, which is 281 apartment units, Evo Flats, which are 48 rental townhomes, and the Gateway Heights townhome development, 431 new housing units will have been built where Manhasset Village once stood. A pretty sizable increase in density over what was once there.