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OPINION: Building a solution

It’s been more than two months since the first 3D-printed home was put on the market in the United States, and society has had a chance to see what’s possible. The question remains: Is it scalable?

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Rendering for the building at 722 Chancellor Ave., which will bring 56 units of affordable housing to Irvington. - OCA ARCHETECHETS

Affordable apartment community breaks ground in Irvington (access required)

The five-story, mid-rise building will offer a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom residential units with parking. The apartments will be reserved for residents earning 60% or less than the area median income with five units set aside for residents with special needs, who will receive supportive services from the YMCA of Greater Newark.

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