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Residents Try a New Life at Oakwood Shores

Chicago Public Radio follows the lives of public housing residents moving into Charter-Award-winning Oakwood Shores. ... read more »

The Guardian Recognizes Cisneros, Gindroz, CNU as Positive Catalysts

In this article from The Guardian, a British news source, Peter Hetherington briefs readers on the past, present, and future of the HOPE VI program. ... read more »

Opticos Design touted as purpose-driven "B corporation"

There's a new group of firms that are so serious about their commitment to environmental sustainability and social benefits for an array of stakeholders, not just shareholders, that they're writing t ... read more »

Norman Garrick releases new parking study

CNU Board member and his student Wesley Marshall released a new study on the benefits of Street Parking for downtowns. ... read more »

Wired: Urban Living Is Kinder to the Planet Than the Suburban Lifestyle

Wired magazine this month covers 10 "green heresies" that challenge our assumptions about sustainability in the article ... read more »

Historic Fairview Village Proudly Celebrates its 90th Anniversary!

CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY- Fairview Main Street is proud to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the groundbreaking of our neighborhood on Tuesday May 20th 2008. ... read more »

John Norquist: We Should Build Cities Like Pizza

CNU President and CEO John Norquist lectured at Columbus State University on May 14 to a crowd of over 200. ... read more »

Grist: Rustbelt Cities Are Greening

Grist Magazine recently profiled Syracuse, Pittsburgh, and Milwaukee, showing how these rustbelt cities are becomin ... read more »

Washington Post: A Transportation Crossroads

More encouraging mainstream news coverage that "gets it." A Transportation Crossroads By Judith Rodin Washington Post, Friday, May 9, 2008; Page A27 ... read more »

Leon Krier talks sustainable architecture and urbanism with Jules Lubbock

Leon Krier's new book "The Architectural Tuning of Settlements was published in May by The Prince's Foundation. ... read more »