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  • Southside
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  • A unique building becomes a hub for historic neighborhoods
    <strong>Ponce City Market</strong> <em>Atlanta, GA</em>

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    From former warehouse to "vertical village"
    <strong>Crosstown Concourse</strong>&nbsp; <em>Memphis, Tennessee</em>

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Michael Busha, Jury Chair

Executive Director (retired), Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council

Michael Busha spent 36 years with the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council—the last 23 as its Executive Director. Michael has spoken from coast to coast on the importance of thinking regionally on topics related to urban design and town planning, downtown redevelopment, coastal resiliency, transportation, and water management. He has been involved in over 120 different public planning charrettes over the last 30 years, establishing successful redevelopment plans and projects for cities like, Stuart, Fort Pierce, Delray Beach, Lake Worth and West Palm Beach. Michael serves as President of the Treasure Coast Enterprise Fund, Inc., a small business loan fund operated by the regional planning council for the Treasure Coast Region. Michael is also a recovering school board member who served from 2010 – 2014 on the Martin County School Board.

Marcela Camblor-Cutsaimanis

Principal, Marcela Camblor and Associates

Marcela Camblor-Cutsaimanis's professional experience as an architect and town planner includes master planning for infill, greyfield, and greenfield development, comprehensive plan amendments, land development regulations, architectural design guidelines, building design, and form-based codes. She also specializes in mobile home park redevelopment and works extensively with Florida’s manufactured home industry. She has led over 100 public charrettes and large-scale planning efforts, including Seven50, Southeast Florida’s Prosperity Plan. Marcela is a founding member, past chair, and emeritus board member of the Florida Chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism and twice received both the John Nolen Medal for Contributions to Urbanism and the Driehaus Form-Based Code Award.

Prior to managing her firm, Marcela led the Urban Design Department for the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council for 12 years, gaining the Council numerous planning awards and national recognition. She is also the author of numerous books on urban and town design, coding, and charrettes.

Seth Harry, AIA, NCARB

Principal, Seth Harry and Associates, Inc. Architects and Planners

Prior to founding his firm in 1992, as Project Design Director for The Enterprise Development Company, Seth Harry oversaw the planning, design, and implementation of urban infill mixed-use projects in Australia, Japan, Spain, and the UK. Working exclusively in urban infill and suburban retrofit, his firm has subsequently worked with both developers and municipal and regional planning agencies throughout the US and abroad, as well as with the Prince’s Foundation. He has lectured numerous times for the CNU and the International Council on Shopping Centers on the subject of retail/mixed-use development, and authored a SmartCode Module for Sustainable Commerce. Recent projects include the design of several mixed-use town centers, a number of corridor retrofit and TOD projects, and a local adaptive reuse project.  He is currently also a partner in an infill mixed-use project in Downtown Greensboro, NC.

Timothy Hernandez

Principal, New Urban Communities Corporation

Tim Hernandez is a Principal of New Urban Communities Corporation, a builder/developer focused on infill, redevelopment, and traditional neighborhood development opportunities in South Florida.  New Urban Communities has developed numerous noteworthy communities in South Florida over the past two decades, including communities in Delray Beach, Jupiter, Fort Lauderdale, Wilton Manors, and Miramar, New Urban’s current projects include the Village at Wilton Manors in Wilton Manors, Pompano Beach Fishing Village in Pompano Beach, Azul in downtown Stuart and the Margate City Center. Prior to forming New Urban in 1998 with his business partner Kevin Rickard, Mr. Hernandez spent 16 years with Pulte Home Corporation in Illinois and South Florida as a Director and Vice President in marketing, land acquisition, and land development.  Before that, Mr. Hernandez was Senior Planner and Director of Community Development and Planning for the City of North Chicago, Illinois. 

Marieanne Khoury

Partner, Khoury & Vogt Architects

Marieanne Khoury founded Khoury & Vogt Architects with Erik Vogt in 2001 in Miami. The firm specializes in architecture, urban design, and town planning. Currently based in Alys Beach, Florida, Khoury & Vogt engages projects in a variety of scales, programs, and locales, rooting their work in enduring types and forms that have developed over time to serve both the individual inhabitant at the scale of the building and shape the individual building at the scale of the city.

Todd Zimmerman

Director Emeritus, Zimmerman/Volk Associates

Todd Zimmerman is Director Emeritus of Zimmerman/Volk Associates, Inc.—ZVA—the housing research firm that is recognized by the leading practitioners of the New Urbanism as the national expert on the residential market feasibility of urban and new urban communities. ZVA specializes in the analysis of compact and sustainable development; mixed-income, mixed-tenure redevelopment; mixed-use urban revitalization; and traditional neighborhood developments.

A CNU Fellow and longtime leader in the New Urbanism movement, Zimmerman was one of the framers of the Charter, and has served on CNU’s Board of Directors, executive committee, and Council of Task Force Chairs. In 2015, he and co-managing director Laurie Volk were the recipients of the Seaside Prize, which is presented annually to an individual or organizations that have made significant contributions to the quality and character of communities.