🠈 Ivory Homes 🠊
Ivory Homes is a Utah based home building company. Corporate history emphasizes that Mathew Hayes Ivory (1809 - 1885) emigrated to Salt Lake City in the Brigham Young Company in 1847.
This section lists select events in the history of Ivory Homes. Note, Wikipedia lists the company's founding as 1964. A video about Ivory Home mentioned 1971 as the start date. Ivory created ICO Companies as a holding company for multi-unit housing. It appears that Ivory Homes and ICO are currently different legal entities, I created a separate file for ICO.
- 1847: Mathew Hayes Ivory moved to Salt Lake.
- 1964: Wikipedia says the firm was founded in 1964.
- 1971: Ellis Ivory created Ivory and Company.
- 1983: Ivory began building homes.
- 2000: Clark Ivory purchased Ivory Homes.
- 2006: Ivory registered ICO Construction with Utah BES as a joint venture company.
- 2006: Ivory Homes celebrated the completion of 10,000 homes. They enter townhome market.
- 2006-2011: Clark Ivory served as director of the Salt Lake City branch of the Federal Reserve Bank.
- 2011: Ivory purchased Applewood Park
- 2013: Ivory raised rental rates by 44% in an apparent effort to encourages renters to move.
- 2018: Ivory proposed a multiunit housing development on the site of Cottonwood Mall which faced local opposition.
- 2022: Clark and Christine Ivory Trust along with University of Utah, and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced plans to build student housing at the U of U.
- Wikipedia - Ivory Homes (Drawn 10/9/2022)
- SL Tribune - Utah's Largest Homebuilder is on War Path (Drawn 10/9/2022)
- At the U - U of U and Ivory Family (Drawn 10/9/2022)
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