Erica and Nathan Cunningham, owners of Indie Capital, stand outside a home they built near 20th and Broadway on Monday in Sacramento. Their focus has been on infill projects and, over the years, they have quietly had an impact on improving neighborhoods by building appealing modern houses on vacant lots in challenging areas.
Erica and Nathan Cunningham, owners of Indie Capital, stand outside a home they built near 20th and Broadway on Monday in Sacramento. Their focus has been on infill projects and, over the years, they have quietly had an impact on improving neighborhoods by building appealing modern houses on vacant lots in challenging areas. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Erica and Nathan Cunningham, owners of Indie Capital, stand outside a home they built near 20th and Broadway on Monday in Sacramento. Their focus has been on infill projects and, over the years, they have quietly had an impact on improving neighborhoods by building appealing modern houses on vacant lots in challenging areas. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

With portfolio of modern homes, couple emerging as urban infill heroes

April 22, 2017 05:39 PM

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