June 10-12, 2022
The Innovative Housing Showcase is a three-day event featuring 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 be open to the public and free of charge.
The Showcase will include exhibitor demonstrations, entrepreneurs and leaders in the housing industry. There will be more than a dozen exhibitors, including full-sized prototype homes, displaying innovative building technologies that address affordability, resiliency and the future of housing.
Additional opportunities to participate:
The Innovative Housing Showcase is made possible thanks to the funding provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development* and the National Association of Home Builders.
“I’m so glad that we are able to bring back the Innovative Housing Showcase after a long two years. The 2022 Showcase will more innovative and even more exciting than the 2019 event. 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. You will be able to see, touch and experience the future of housing at the Innovative Housing Showcase.” — Jerry Konter, 2022 Chairman of the National Association of Home Builders.
* The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development did not solicit and will not receive any of these funds. The National Association of Home Builders will not profit from the financial contributions made by the supporters.
2019 Inaugural Event
Co-hosted by NAHB and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the inaugural Innovative Housing Showcase drew more than 5,000 people June 1-5, on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
The Showcase featured state-of-the-art building technologies and housing solutions that can make homeownership more affordable for American families, and homes more resilient during natural disasters. The 12 exhibitors included prototype homes displaying innovative building technologies that address affordability and resiliency.
The Showcase included panel discussions and on-stage interviews with Administration leaders, members of Congress, and leaders in the housing industry.