Every city has commercial strip corridors, but there are proven strategies for rebuilding them as places for people.
The show covers urbanism trends like why America is experiencing a dramatic rise in pedestrian deaths, while Europe is not.
The HOME act allows missing middle housing statewide, reduces parking requirements, targets entitlement delays, and received widespread support.
A recent stay in Charlotte for CNU and Strong Towns teaches lessons on prioritizing people in planning rail systems.
Albany Skyway in Albany, New York, reclaims an "ugly chunk of highway" to reconnect downtown with the Hudson riverfront via a new linear park. Stantec Consulting Services won a CNU 2023 Charter Award in the Neighborhood, District, and Corridor category.
Pullman Artspace Lofts in Chicago, Illinois, provide affordable housing in live-work spaces for artists in an underserved community. Stantec Architecture Inc. won a CNU 2023 Charter Award in the Block, Street, and Building category.
Hearth: Memorial to the Enslaved at William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, is a civic tribute to slaves who laid the foundations of one of America’s oldest colleges. Baskervill won a CNU 2023 Charter Award in the Block, Street, and Building category.
New Urbanism has a long history in Charlotte. Attendees of CNU 31 can check out its impact next week.
ReLeaf Cedar Rapids is a plan to restore the Iowa city’s decimated tree canopy, with a focus on equity and placemaking. Speck & Associates and Confluence won a CNU 2023 Charter Award in the Region: Metropolis, City, and Town category.