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Housing Projects

Collaboratively expanding the supply of workforce housing in Muscatine County through tools such as 3D Home Printing - being one of the first in the state to utilize this proven, innovative technology.

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Rendering of 3D printed home

Pictured above: rendering of 3D printed home

Housing Goals

Adopted by the Muscatine County Housing Council

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Encourage development by expanding funding sources and partnerships.

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Support opportunities to obtain and sustain affordable ownership.

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Increase the inventory of quality affordable units.

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Preserve long-term affordability and physical condition of the existing stock of housing.

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Increase housing and associated supportive services for people with special needs.

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Pictured above: 3D home printing in Arbor Commons in Muscatine

3D Home Printing

The Community Foundation of Greater Muscatine is pioneering 3D home printing in Muscatine County, in collaboration with many local and state organizations.


As a supplemental tool for housing development, 3D technology has the potential to help Muscatine County and rural communities nationwide address the housing shortage and create affordable, sustainable, and innovative housing.

The plan remains to 3D print ten homes - three in the Arbor Commons subdivision, six located in infill lots in Muscatine in partnership with Muscatine Center for Social Action and Muscatine County Habitat for Humanity, and at least one in West Liberty. Hagaerty Earthworks has been selected as the local general contractor.

Walls of 3D printed home in Muscatine

Pictured above: 3D home printing in Arbor Commons in Muscatine

Interested in a 3D printed home?

For more information on pre-sale or purchase opportunities, please contact Ron Monahan at the Community Foundation of Greater Muscatine at rmonahan@givinggreater.org or 563-264-3863.

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3D Printing Videos

3D printed home by Alquist 3D

Pictured above: 3D printed home by Alquist 3D

Housing Information

The housing stock is the largest single capital investment and collective community asset. There is currently a supply-side failure that is having cascading effects on the community. Currently 11,000 people drive into Muscatine County to work each day, including 25% of our district educators. Rural areas often attract fewer developers, so local partners have joined together to support this priority innovatively and collaboratively.

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