CM Provider

Congress for the New Urbanism

The Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) is the leading organization promoting walkable, mixed-use neighborhood development, sustainable communities and healthier living conditions. For nearly twenty years, CNU members have used the principles in CNU's Charter to promote the hallmarks of New Urbanism, including: - Livable streets arranged in compact, walkable blocks. - A range of housing choices to serve people of diverse ages and income levels. - Schools, stores and other nearby destinations reachable by walking, bicycling or transit service. - An affirming, human-scaled public realm where appropriately designed buildings define and enliven streets and other public spaces. For more information, visit our website at www.CNU.org


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Road to Zero

Caleb Racicot, AICP

Calthorpe always talks about the same thing, but Mazria was great!
Bipartisan Placemaking: Reaching Conservatives

Brad Wiseman, AICP

A very thought provoking, intellectually rigorous discussion. Look forward to more like it.
The Paradox of Place-Based Coding: Expanding the Discussion of Regulatory Reform

Jayashree Narayana, AICP

The Paradox of Place-Based Coding: Expanding the Discussion of Regulatory Reform

Caleb Racicot, AICP

The Driehaus Form-Based Code Award: The State of the Art in Form-Based Coding

Caleb Racicot, AICP

Tour: Texas Town Squares

Jayashree Narayana, AICP

Plenary: Sustainable, Equitable Places - Antwi Akom

Ashley B. Lumpkin, AICP

Plenary: Sustainable, Equitable Places - Antwi Akom

Nadia Barrera, AICP

This powerful session was the highlight of the whole Congress for me. Dr. Akom was thought provoking and I am still digesting and thinking about how I can use his experiences to impact my daily work in planning WITH communities as opposed to planning for communities.
Place-Driven Job Creation, The Public-Private Opportunity

Jayashree Narayana, AICP

Learning the Language of Transit

Ashley B. Lumpkin, AICP

Lessons from Lean Urbanism

Brad Wiseman, AICP

Great debate and presentation, very informative and intellectually stimulating.
Walkable Urban Premiums & Gentrification: Good News or Bad?

Jayashree Narayana, AICP

Walkable Urban Premiums & Gentrification: Good News or Bad?

Ashley B. Lumpkin, AICP

How to Build & Finance Small-Scale Incremental Urbanism

Brad Wiseman, AICP

Fantastic session that reflects the wide variety of stimulating topics presented by diverse speakers at CNU.
The Art of Subdivision

Ashley B. Lumpkin, AICP

How to Build & Finance Small-Scale Incremental Urbanism

Ashley B. Lumpkin, AICP

The Art of Subdivision

Caleb Racicot, AICP

How to Build & Finance Small-Scale Incremental Urbanism

Caleb Racicot, AICP

Excellent session
Core Session: Street Design

Ashley B. Lumpkin, AICP

Core Session: New Urban Retail

Jayashree Narayana, AICP