Innovative Housing Showcase Returns to the National Mall

Housing Affordability

The Innovative Housing Showcase, presented by NAHB and the Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), will return to the National Mall on June 10-12, 2022, to highlight housing innovations and building technologies that are helping address the housing challenges across our country.

“I’m so glad that we are able to bring back the Innovative Housing Showcase after a long three years,” stated NAHB Chairman Jerry Konter. “The 2022 Showcase will be more innovative and even more exciting than the 2019 event.”

This three-day event features new building technologies and housing solutions that are making housing more innovative, resilient, and affordable for American families. More than 2,500 people, including policymakers, housing industry representatives, media, and the general public, are expected to attend.

The Showcase will include exhibitor demonstrations, entrepreneurs and leaders in the housing industry. There will be more than a dozen exhibits, including full-sized prototype homes, displaying innovative building technologies that address affordability, resilience, and the future of housing.

“The National Association of Home Builders is proud to partner with HUD to present the newest innovators and entrepreneurs in the affordability, resiliency, energy-efficient and forward-thinking sectors of the home building industry,” Konter added. “You will be able to see, touch and experience the future of housing at the Innovative Housing Showcase.”

The Showcase will be open to the public and free of charge.

As a precursor to the event on the National Mall, NAHB and HUD will also host an educational roundtable event on June 9, which will be available via livestream. The programming will feature a series of panels on how innovative building technology can bend the cost curve, and what public and private actors can do to spur the adoption of this technology. Register now for the livestream.

The event is supported by the Manufactured Housing Institute, National Building Museum and National Multifamily Housing Council.

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