May 25, 2023 889 views
Today, Ivory Innovations announced the four winners of the Fifth Annual Ivory Prize for Housing Affordability for their efforts to tackle the nation’s housing affordability crisis. The winners were selected from an exceptional group of ten finalists that represent a growing number of initiatives, policy solutions, and companies looking to make housing more affordable and attainable.
2023 Policy & Regulatory Reform Co-Winner -
National Zoning Atlas
ITHACA, NEW YORK, USA
The National Zoning Atlas is a collaborative of researchers digitizing, demystifying, & democratizing about 30,000 U.S. zoning codes through a first-of-its-kind user-friendly online resource. The Atlas will illuminate zoning laws and unlock research that will reveal how zoning impacts housing availability and affordability, transportation systems, the environment, economic opportunity, educational opportunity, and our food supply.
2023 Policy and Regulatory Reform Co-Winner -
SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA, USA
PermitFlow is the "TurboTax for construction permitting," providing automation and workflow software that simplifies and accelerates the permitting process. PermitFlow's technology reduces risk and cost associated with construction, creating new paths to build housing affordably.
2023 Construction & Design Winner -
PHOENIX, ARIZONA, USA
Diamond Age’s mission is to get first-time homebuyers into their first home faster, using 3D printing and advanced industrial-scale robotics – AKA – building robots bigger than houses to build houses. Diamond Age is automating new home construction for the production housing industry – solving the massive labor shortage plaguing the home construction industry and bringing more entry-level housing to market to balance demand. Diamond Age is currently building entry-level homes for the 9th largest homebuilder in the U.S.
2023 Finance Winner -
Dearfield Fund for Black Wealth
DENVER, COLORADO, USA
Launched by Gary Community Ventures, in partnership with Denver's Black community, The Dearfield Fund for Black Wealth provides up to $40,000 in down-payment assistance to first-time Black and African American homebuyers to help build generational wealth. The Dearfield Fund for Black Wealth aims to close the racial wealth gap and accelerate Black homeownership by generating an average of $100K in net worth for 500-600 Black families, leading to $50-$75M in wealth creation for the Black community in Denver, CO. The fund seeks to build a community of practice and replication model to assist other cities in deploying this innovative fund model in their markets.
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