This ICF building houses 10 rental units within its three floors, each floor 10’ high, built upon a 14’ high parkade, all constructed with Logix ICF. 8” concrete core Logix ICF was designed into the lower parkade level, transitioning to 6.25” cores for the floors above. The Owner/GC used this project to test their propriety high-slump self-consolidating concrete mix for ICFs which they will use to build taller buildings with higher levels of reinforcing steel content. Logix ICF successfully withstood the form pressures of this severely high-slump mix. This was a winter build, and the concrete was placed with crane and bucket. This is a purpose-built rental building that includes utilities in the monthly rent. The lower energy and operating costs realized due to the Logix ICF construction allows the owner to profitably offer monthly rents that are about 10% under the market.