LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Lubbock City Council on Tuesday will consider four different housing projects. Hugo Reed & Associated, on behalf of an Austin-based developer, is asking for a zoning change at Mac Davis Lane and Avenue X for a "High-Rise Apartment District." The project includes four-story apartment buildings on 4.3 acres.
A different Austin-based developer has asked Council to rezone 26 acres at East 4th Street and Guava for a 120-unit cottage style development.
A Lubbock-based company is asking Council to rezone 34 acres at 72nd Street and Kewanee Avenue for a "high density apartment district." Specific details of the project were not listed in the City Council agenda.
A Lubbock-based company wants Council to rezone nearly 14 acres near 66th and Justice Avenue for a "high-density apartment district." Again, specific details of the project were not listed in the City Council agenda.