CNU News

Vilcek Prize for Arts and Humanities Goes to Denise Scott Brown

First-ever architectural recipient leaves legacy etched in American landscape


New Audio: Sam Sherman on CNU XV and Philadelphia's Tipping Point

Philadelphia developer and CNU XV co-host previews the Congress and reports on the city's surging real estate market


All New CNU Audio

Hear Ray Gindroz on Rebuilding Lost New Orleans, Sam Sherman on Philadelphia's Exploding Market, and Emily Talen and Neal Payton on Housing Affordability


LEED for Neighborhood Development Pilot Launches

New rating system shifts focus to sustainable development in green urban neighborhoods


Witold Rybczynski Awarded National Building Museum's Scully Prize

CNU XV Plenary speaker called one of the most "original and stimulating" voices on architecture and urban design


Submit Your Work Now for the 2007 Charter Awards

Awards Program Recognizes the Best of the New Urbanism: Mail Submission by January 22, 2007


Learn from the Experts

CNU announces eight New Urbanism 202 sessions on Thursday May 17


Mark Your Calendar

Registration Opens Feb. 15


Transportation Report: Remove the Buffalo Skyway

Transportation Experts Conclude Skyway Removal Is Best Solution for Balancing Transportation, Economic Needs


Katrina Cottages Move Beyond Gulf

Manufactured cottage brings affordable character to DC and the mid-Atlantic