2023 Innovative Housing Showcase: Announcing First Wave of Exhibitors

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Stephanie Pagan
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National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Chairman Alicia Huey and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Marcia L. Fudge have announced the first round of exhibitors for the Innovative Housing Showcase.

The Showcase is a public event to raise awareness of innovative and affordable housing designs and technologies that have the potential to increase housing supply, lower the cost of construction, increase energy efficiency, resilience, and accessibility, and reduce housing expenses for owners and renters. Tens of thousands of people, including policymakers, housing industry representatives, media, and the general public, are expected to attend. The showcase will be hosted on the National Mall and will feature dozens of exhibits, including full-sized prototype homes and product displays. This will be the third iteration of the Showcase on the National Mall, having been previously held in 2019 and 2022.

“The National Association of Home Builders is honored to once again be hosting this incredible event with the Department of Housing and Urban Development. In an industry that is often seen as slow to innovate, this is a key opportunity to show that home builders are an active part of the solution to the housing affordability crisis. We are pleased to highlight so many companies that are leaders in their field…and have some pretty cool things to showcase,” Chairman Huey said of the event.

“Innovation in housing is a crucial component of our work to increase housing supply and lower costs for American families. The Innovative Housing Showcase will display cutting edge designs from across the building industry—from affordability to resiliency and energy efficiency,” said HUD Secretary Marcia L. Fudge. “I encourage everyone to join us on the National Mall this June to experience the future of housing.”

The exhibitors offer a range of housing innovations from construction methods to software.

Exhibitor Name City, State
ARIS Hydronics Milwaukie, Ore.
Azure Printed Homes Culver City, Calif.
Boxabl Las Vegas, Nev.
Cavco Phoenix, Ariz.
Connect Homes Los Angeles, Calif.
Cypress CDC Baton Rouge, La.
Demizine Technology Vancouver, BC Canada
EcoSmart Stud Bloomington, Minn.
EMerge Alliance Alexandria, Va.
Hierromat Development Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
J L. Filbey & Sons Capital Partners Palm Beach, Fla.
Kit Switch Los Angeles, Calif.
Module Pittsburgh, Pa.
Mr Hemp House Indianapolis, Ind.
NanoArchitech Gilroy, Calif.

The Innovative Housing Showcase exhibits will be open to the public June 9-11 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Visit nahb.org/ihs for more details.