These are the latest proposals for the land in London Road, at the eastern end of Hounslow High Street, from Meyer Homes.
It is drawing up plans for the land, where it wants to build around 300 homes, plus up to 900sqm of commercial space.
The latest proposals are for mostly one or two-bedroom flats but the scheme could include 14 mews houses.
More homes but maximum height slashed
At present, 46 parking spaces are planned, and while the developer has yet to state what the maximum height would be the tallest block appears from the artist's impressions to have around 11 storeys.
Meyer Homes has already been gauging the views of its closest neighbours and aims to launch a full public consultation at the end of May, with a view to submitting a planning application to Hounslow Council this summer.
A spokesman for Meyer Homes said it had worked hard to ensure the proposals responded to residents' desires.
"We will continue to engage with the local community to ensure the right plans for the site comes forward and we are able to make a positive, lasting contribution to a site in need of redevelopment," he added.
What happened to the 'Tesco Tower'?
Tesco had applied in 2014 to build 250 homes (originally 270) at the site , including a controversial 21-storey building dubbed the "Tesco tower".
Those plans were rejected in May 2015, but the council website states that an appeal against the refusal was lodged on February 5 this year.
The retail giant was granted permission in 2011 to build a new supermarket there, but said it decided to go back to the drawing board as market conditions had changed.
In July 2014, part of the old seven-storey Hounslow House office block collapsed while it was being demolished, sending debris crashing onto the street and into the bus garage.
The aftermath of Hounslow House office block collapse
At the time, the 21-storey tower would have been easily the tallest building in Hounslow, but a 27-storey skyscraper has since been approved.
However, plans for that tower, which is part of a development of more than 500 homes, plus shops and a cinema, have been challenged and are subject to the outcome of a planning inquiry.
For more about Meyer Homes' proposals, and to have your say, visit the development website.