Project Timeline: 
February 2016 – August 2017

The 21 Hundred at Overton Park Apartment project is a 1,204-bed student housing community located on an approximately 21-acre site in Lubbock, Texas.

Site improvements consist of water, storm and sewer utilities that tie into existing public utilities. The site improvements also include Overton Park Standards, resort-style hardscaping, landscaping, irrigation, additional street parking, asphalt paving, and Overton Park Standard concrete sidewalks with brick ribbon banding.

The development consists of 296 units in 12 three-story apartment buildings, 4 three-story carriage houses, a clubhouse, 2 one-story mail kiosks, six trash enclosures, a one-story pool cabana, 10 carports, a one-story pool house, and 2 one-story maintenance buildings. Construction is wood frame with cementitious siding, brick veneer and limestone at the clubhouse entrance.

The roofing consists of architectural style asphalt shingles, and the clubhouse is adorned with a concrete tile roof. All apartment building slabs are conventional slab on grade with, on average, a 2.5-foot cast-in-place foundation wall. Interior finishes consist of painted drywall ceilings and walls with a medium textured finish, and a mixture of carpet and vinyl faux wood flooring. Wood cabinetry and trim with solid surface countertops are installed in all kitchen and bath areas.



James a. Gray

Gray co-founded FaverGray in 2005 and has more than 45 years of experience in design and construction management in the residential, commercial and industrial market sectors. As CEO, Gray is responsible for leading the development of FaverGray’s short and long term strategy, creating and implementing FaverGray’s vision and mission, maintaining awareness of the competitive market landscape, evaluating expansion opportunities and industry developments, maintaining social awareness and responsibility within FaverGray’s market sectors, assessing and managing corporate risks and management of banking and surety relationships.