Development & Implementation

CNU Board Tours New Urbanist Communities on the Emerald Coast

Along with Seaside, Florida's Emerald Coast, so named for its deep blue-green waters, Rosemary Beach and Alys Beach are two great new urbanist communities which exemplify the cutting edge in community ... read more »

New Urbanism and the other half of the city?

I have been reading literature on New Urbanism for nearly four years now and I am also a student of Sociology which has set me on a collision course to combine the two subjects into one question, how ... read more »

Charter Awards Jury Meets in Miami

This January, the jury for 2008's CNU Charter Awards met in beautiful Miami, Florida, to judge entries and ultimately award the brightest and best of this year's projects. ... read more »

New Urbanism in Phoenix

I am an ardent believer in New Urbanism and I am someone who loves the state of Arizona (for the most part). ... read more »

Campbell's Soup Asks for Another 2-Month Extension

Campbell's Asks for Another 2-Month Extension Campbell gets time to secure OKs for headquarters plan SARAH GREENBLATT Courier-Post Dec. 6, 2008 By SARAH GREENBLATT Courier-Post Staff ... read more »

SNU Congress I

To anyone interested in the first Students for New Urbanism Conference: This post is to notify you about the first Students for New Urbanism Congress to be held this October at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana. ... read more »

Final Push for Member-Provided New Urbanist In-City Projects

This summer, CNU asked members to help identify and describe significant in-city new urbanist projects so that we can create detailed listings and online project profiles that make new urbanist involv ... read more »

Trading places: As the affluent go downtown, the working poor are tripling up to buy homes in the 'burbs.

By By William Fulton L.A. Times July 29, 2007 What's going on here? For a century, people in Southern California moved to the suburbs as they got richer, leaving the more "urban" parts of town to poor people. Now that pattern has reversed itself.Affluent people are leaving the suburbs to live in th... read more »

Campbell's Soup Project is Part of Larger "Gateway Neighborhood" Planned Redevelopment

Campbells Soup ignores two major commuter rail lines bordering its re-development zone, prefering to cater to cars instead. Excludes new residential near Campbell's campus. http://www.ci.camden.nj.us/departments/GATEWAYRED%20PLAN.pdf ... read more »

Paving history for parking. For nearly two centuries, the buildings stood until they were mistakenly torn down .

Phila. Inquirer By Inga Saffron Inquirer Architecture Critic Paving history for parking For nearly two centuries, the buildings stood as sentinels at Front and Chestnuts streets until they were mistakenly torn down by bulldozers to make way for a parking lot. The matter is under investigation. ... read more »