CNU News

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


Debunking Cato

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


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


New Urbanist Plans Bring Extraordinary Opportunities Amid Post-Katrina Challenges

Media returning for Katrina anniversary find CNU members working alongside locals


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


Buffalo Council Members Tour Milwaukee's Riverfront Redevelopment

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


CNU Members: Welcome to the New

Here's how to begin using CNU's improved new site


CNU XV Day Four and Five

Follow the concluding days of the Congress online, including "small is big," DPM Prescott, Michael Nutter, Denise Scott Brown, and Ed Mazria's interest in expanding the 2030 challenge into planning


CNU XV Day 3

Follow the Congress Online, including reports on Calthorpe, Rendell, regionalism, developers, parking, affordability, and more


Follow CNU XV Online as it Happens

Watch this space for the blogs, audio, presentations and other postings that are the next best thing to being in Philadelphia