806 Land Group
We are building in the Lubbock area because it’s the fastest growing hub in West Texas. With major industries like Texas Tech University, LCU, the medical district and vast farming community, Lubbock is a great place to move to grow and build a family.
Uptown West is a master planned 253 lot subdivision located in one of Lubbock’s fastest growing areas at Frankford Avenue and Erskine Avenue. Texas Tech, West End, and the medical district are only 5 minutes away from Uptown West. Look for rooftops starting in early 2019!
The Lincoln 16
The Lincoln 16 subdivision will provide an abundance of townhome, duplex, and single-family lots. Lincoln 16 is located at the northeast corner of Frankford Avenue and Erskine Avenue. Residents will enjoy being so close Texas Tech, West End, and both hospitals. Lubbock home builders will have plenty of options on lot widths to build many different types of homes. Lots should be ready in early 2019. Lincoln 16 is a joint venture with Wooded Forest LLC, and was named in honor of the previous landowner, the Lincoln family.
This neighborhood has a rich history with the land being in the same family, the Burgamys, for the last 97 years. Located in northwest Lubbock, the neighborhood is convenient to Levelland, Texas Tech, LCU, West End Shopping Center and Shallowater.
Jordan Wheatley was born and raised in Lubbock. He is a graduate of Lubbock Coronado High School and Texas Tech University with a degree in Construction Engineering Technology (2002). Jordan’s construction career includes having worked for RSM Builders Supply of Lubbock, Hunt Construction Group of Dallas, and Lydick-Hooks Roofing Company of Lubbock prior to starting Jordan Wheatley Custom Homes in 2007. Jordan was the 2016 President of the West Texas Home Builders Association and the 2017 President of Lubbock Homes for Heroes. Jordan and his wife Christiane have three children, Ava, Jake and Genevieve.
Chad Tarver started his career in the construction industry very early while working at his family’s lumber yard in Breckenridge,TX throughout high school and college. Chad started his framing contractor business in Lubbock in 2002. To date, he has now framed in excess of 1,000 houses in Lubbock and West Texas. In 2014, Chad began building residential homes as Hub City Custom Homes. In 2017, he joined 806 Land Group to begin developing residential subdivisions. Chad and his wife Jessica have two children, Austin and Preslie. He currently serves on the West Texas Homebuilders Association Board of Directors.