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Council asked to consider apartment/housing projects

Artist rendering of apartments to be built at Mac Davis Lane and Avenue X. Artist rendering of apartments to be built at Mac Davis Lane and Avenue X.

By James Clark - email

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.

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