Equity Co-Op

A housing cooperative or co-op is a corporation whereby the owners don’t own their units outright; instead, each resident is a shareholder.

In a “Market Equity” coop, a member joins the coop, buys a share, and lives in a unit.  This is similar to something like a condo complex, but instead of owning one condo, you own a share in the whole complex. Some co-ops are organized to serve people with specific interests and needs, such as communities of artists or senior citizens.

Learn more with this co-op handbook.


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LACDA led an RFP for a 3D printed house.

LACDA led an RFP for a 3D printed house.

The 3D printing process is starting to evolve – using photosensitive resin and light.

Earlier this year, Icon printed a welcome center for a master-planned community in Austin, Texas, designed for people who have been chronically homeless, and the company is beginning to print 400-square-foot homes in the community that will be completed in early 2020.


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