Barely a month ago, a 3D-printed house was listed for sale to the public for the first time in the U.S.
Now, a small, 3D-printed community in Texas is following suit. Another, larger community in California is also in the works.
In other words, 3D-printed real estate is taking off in a big way.
That first home that went up for sale hasn’t even been built yet. The company, SQ4D, printed a model home at a concrete yard on Long Island, New York, and hosted more than a hundred showings. The new home will be printed on a lot nearby.
ICON, a pioneer in 3D-printed homes in the U.S., just completed four homes in East Austin, Texas. In partnership with Kansas City-based developer 3Strands, the two-…