CNU News

Top Traditional Architecture Prize Goes to Duany and Plater-Zyberk

CNU Co-founders Awarded 2008 Richard H. Driehaus Prize

12/2/2007

London Summit Offers Cutting-Edge Ideas on Transportation

Read the latest reports from the summit as it happens

11/15/2007

Celebrating David Lewis' Lifetime of Urbanism

Pioneer educator and practitioner receives Athena Medal for emphasizing architecture's role in "perpetual rebirth of cities".

11/12/2007

CNU News Briefing

A groundbreaking report on the transportation efficiency of buildings, Ellen Dunham-Jones on suburban retrofits, new urban inill & more

10/19/2007

Submit Your Best Work for CNU's 2008 Charter Awards

Urbanism's premier award recognizes design and development achievements that fufill the principles of the CNU Charter

10/18/2007

Debunking Cato

Why Planning in Portland Works Better Than the Analysis of Its Chief Neo-Libertarian Critic

09/20/2007

Bright Future of Buffalo's Waterfront Threatened by State Plans to Expand Freeway Infrastructure

Expert Report Says Current DOT Plan to Maintain Freeway and Expand Frontage Road Will Limit Access and Development Potential

09/6/2007

New Urbanist Plans Bring Extraordinary Opportunities Amid Post-Katrina Challenges

Media returning for Katrina anniversary find CNU members working alongside locals

08/31/2007

238 New Developments from U.S. and Abroad Join Pioneering LEED for Neighborhood Development Pilot

Green Building Rating System Expands to Community Scale, Integrating Smart Growth, New Urbanism and Eco-Efficient Building Design

08/14/2007

Buffalo Council Members Tour Milwaukee's Riverfront Redevelopment

Lessons for Buffalo's Lakeshore Found in Milwaukee's Park East Neighborhood

07/2/2007