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Microsoft, the Terner Center for Housing Innovation, the US Department of Energy, the Wells Fargo Foundation, Amazon, and the Ivory Prize.
“America is suffering with a housing affordability crisis. Through the Ivory Prize process, we have learned that a key part of the prescription is innovation - one step at a time.”
-- Clark Ivory, CEO Ivory Homes, announcing Ivory Prize Winners, National Press Club, April 10, 2019
Utahns are increasingly worried the state’s housing crunch will start to dampen economic growth, according to a Zions Bank survey released Tuesday.
When Price City Mayor Mike Kourianos looks around his community, he doesn’t see signs of the financial prosperity that has made Utah a nationally recognized economic star over the past decade.
The underlying motivation for the Ivory Prize $250,000 award becomes deeply personal for university student Zach Luscher.
Vallejo's Factory_OS plans expansion as hundreds of modular housing units roll out of factory
Grassroots ideas will make housing more affordable for millions of Americans
Two Ivory Prize finalists are the epitome of starting on solving affordability at a modest, but scalable, beginning.
“Aside from the undersupply of housing, today’s affordability crisis is not necessarily putting our financial markets at risk. But it is putting millions of families and individuals at risk.” -Clark Ivory
Salt Lake City-based Clark Ivory is on a mission to find national solutions to housing’s affordability crisis.