Affordable housing is seeing real change in North St. Louis County with the opening of Scott Manor, the area’s finest newer mixed use, affordable senior independent living community at 2131 Chambers & New Halls Ferry Roads.
Essential to the North County area, this three-story, 42-unit, 2 bedroom / 1 bath development serves residents ages 55 and up. Ample community space is utilized for resident activities, services, and group meetings. Two commercial spaces with slightly under 2,000 square feet are available to lease.
Scott Manor was designed and constructed to Enterprise Green Community standards with many sustainable features incorporated into the building, including energy-efficient design, water-efficient landscaping, and sustainable construction materials, all of which improves the project’s environmental performance and creates a healthier living environment.
Site access design challenges were well coordinated by the entire design team to accommodate sufficient on-site parking for building residents, the commercial space for lease, and additional parking to assist visitor access at the adjacent church, Believer’s Temple Word Fellowship.
Residents enjoy the community clubhouse and all the amenities that surround it including:
Scott Manor is the first phase of a master-planned development intended to transform a 10-acre site built on a former location of aging and underutilized single family homes, into a new and modern development with the ability to better serve its surrounding community.
The community was designed and built by an expert project team including: Scott Manor, LP, Developer; Scott Manor GP, LLC, General Partner; Efficacy Consulting, LLC, Development Consultant; Roanoke Construction, General Contractor; Rosemann & Associates, P.C., Architects; Grimes Consulting, Inc., Civil Engineer; Optimal Engineering Solutions, Inc., Structural Engineer; Rosenblum Goldenhersh, Legal Counsel; Rubin Brown, Accounting Firm; and Sansone Group, Commercial Property Management Firm.
This project would not have been possible without the strong support of St. Louis County as well as key funding in part by an allocation of Missouri and Federal Tax Credit Awards.