Yaeger Architecture provided full design services for the Gardens at Northgate Village. The project is a mix of market rate and tax credit low income apartments. The initial project was developed in two phases and consisted of 180 units in three buildings.
The initial Gardens at Northgate Village project was so successful that Yaeger Architecture was commissioned to design a third then fourth phase of the project consisting of an additional 136 units and common areas including exercise rooms, meeting rooms, crafts centers, laundry facilities, and common gathering spaces.
The project utilized Missouri Housing Development Commission (MHDC) tax credits and followed the National Association of Home Builders (NHBA) Green Building design criteria guidelines for energy-efficiency, water conservation, resource conservation, indoor environmental quality, site design, and more.