Location: Louisville, Kentucky

Type: Multifamily 

Project Timeline:
October 2015 – May 2017

Units: 284

The Springs at Hurstbourne project is a 284-unit apartment project located on a 19.5-acre site in Louisville, Kentucky.

Site Improvements include the demolition of an existing nursery, brick home, farm house, green houses, and include the installation of new domestic water, fire, sewer with a pump station, and storm drainage systems that tie-into existing public utilities as well as several retaining walls and a retention pond.

The development is made up of thirteen 2-story apartment buildings, eleven detached garages, a mail kiosk, maintenance building, trash compactor, dog park, and a clubhouse with a fitness center with a yoga and outdoor fitness area, conference room, clubroom with kitchen, pool, and barbeque area. The 284 units consists of one, two, and three bedroom apartments. The total gross building area for the project is 350,683 SF.

The apartments are wood framed walk-up buildings with a combination of cementitious siding and brick with shingled roofs. The facade is accented with, batten strips, columns, balconies and patios. All building slabs are conventional concrete on grade. Interior finishes include textured painted walls and ceilings, a mixture of carpet and vinyl plank flooring, and cabinets with granite countertops. Two buildings are upgraded Concierge Buildings which have high quality finishes, darker cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and granite throughout.



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.