SALT LAKE CITY — Nearly eight months after Ivory Homes announced its Utah Workforce Housing Priority initiative to address Utah’s housing crisis, the largest homebuilder in the state has helped more than 100 public service workers and first-time homebuyers become homeowners.
Clark Ivory, CEO of Ivory Homes, announced plans Thursday to expand the company’s housing initiative and efforts to build environmentally efficient homes during a press conference at Rice-Eccles Stadium with company employees celebrating the company’s completion of 20,000 homes.
“As we celebrate 20,000 homes and look to the next milestone — 30,000 — we are committed to Utah more than ever before,” Ivory said. “We pledge to our governor that we will continue to provide more housing for our state’s workforce. This means a heightened focus on affordability.”
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