^ I do like how they reconfigured the streets and intersections with Hanley vs the old Lacledes Road intersection. At same time, feels like it went from dense compact little neighborhood to an extension of the Sunnen business park w scattered buildings and lot of surface parking lot. Just with car dealerships instead.
Also trying to figure out if an apartment complex is really going to fit in or would be that desireable of location for someone who wants to rent. The proposed apartment complex on Manchester feels like a better fit even though you have to cross busy Hanley to get to the metrolink station.
Right now my gut feeling is keep building jobs, offices around Sunnen Station and find other infill or repurpose locations around Richmond Heights (The Boulevards Phase II) and Brentwood metrolink stations for residential. I also believe that one of the large home improvement box stores will shutter with Menards open and either Home Depot or Lowe's would be make for a good mixed use location with easy access to metrolink also.