I've been working on a variety of buildings (mostly 3d printed with some custom work) to add to the intact Imperial 40k city.
First, a ridiculously large bridge from Warlayer. I've been wanting to get some more height into my layouts and this was over-the-top. It won't even fit in my background.
It took a really long time to print, and when I realized how big it was I was too deep in to abandon it. It is a modular system, and I like the overall appearance, but some design elements could have been better planned. There was no great way to align a tower with the bridge, and no 'risers' that fit the two unit width. The stacking items don't align well either. I ended up digitally modifying the tower to have an archway opening to the bridge; I added a horizontal band between the tower top and a roof to make it seem more natural, created a two-wide riser, and I digitally modified some parts so they fit correctly.
This next project is from Astland/Mini Dreams and was part of a Kickstarter. One of the add-ons was a bunker looking thing that I decided needed to be a subway/underground. I went a little overboard on this too- adding a base/platform with steps down to simulate depth, as well as a green mini-LED light inside (which isn't as bright as I'd hoped).
This build has parts from Astland (building, benches) and Warlayer (railings/walls, modified), a sign I designed, as well as components from Hirst Arts, Keebler, and custom molds.
Lastly, a pretty much stock 3d printed house from Astland, also part of recent Kickstarter. This type of building is what I've been after for quite a while... just a normal, non-ruined house. I will certainly be making more as time allows, this stuff took ages to print.
I haven't taken time to set up any real nice photo layouts, but this stuff will certainly be showing up in pictures in the future.
Bundled Bernie is an STL I found on Thingiverse, showing yet again that its sometimes cold in the big city!