The first Gindroz Award is named in honor CNU’s former board chair, a pioneer in applying new urban principles to social housing.
In Syracuse, New York, the relocation of I-81 creates opportunity for replacing public housing with a mixed-use, mixed-income neighborhood.
An architect makes the case for little cottages, grouped in a village form, as a way to address homelessness.
ACUs can bring down the price of a locating a nascent enterprise by an order of magnitude, making business creation accessible to people who come from backgrounds that have been subject to repression, oppression, or other economic disadvantage.
Accessory Commercial Units (ACUs), an affordable alternative to prime commercial space, could equitably establish retail destinations that people need in close proximity to where they live.
The city's Residential Infill Project is designed to promote missing middle and workforce housing.
As Sound Transit expands light rail far into the suburbs around Seattle, a policy allows the disposition of excess land for affordable transit-oriented development—consistent with the goals of a CNU report.
In a half century, a neighborhood was cleared for public housing towers. Then the failing towers gave way to a new neighborhood.
Proposed code changes are designed to reduce teardowns and encourage multiple small units in existing neighborhoods.