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  • South Main | Buena Vista, Colorado
    An inspiring town extension. #thisiscnu

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  • Storrs Center | Mansfield, CT
    A mixed-use center for town and gown. #thisiscnu

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  • Village of Providence | Huntsville, Alabama
    Expanding options for a car-oriented suburban area. #thisiscnu

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  • Ponce City Market | Atlanta
    A unique building becomes a hub for historic neighborhoods. #thisiscnu

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  • Mercado District | Tucson, Arizona
    A timeless place from the ground up. #thisiscnu

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  • Announcing the 2017 CNU Fellows Scholarship

    */ The Congress for the New Urbanism is introducing the CNU Fellows Scholarships for CNU 25.Seattle, its 25th annual gathering. These need-based scholarships will be awarded to ten emerging leaders in the placemaking movement. Designed to elevate diverse voices within New Urbanism and build the...Read more
  • CNU presented with Driehaus Prize special award

    CNU has been awarded a special honor on the occasion of the University of Notre Dame's 15th annual presentation of its Driehaus Prize, chosen by a jury for its contribution to the public realm. From the University's announcement: In recognition of the Congress for the New Urbanism’s 25 years of...Read more
  • Open Innovation Is Open for CNU 25.Seattle

    */ At CNU, we know that creativity doesn't always hold to a deadline. That's why we've opened our sixth annual Call for Open Innovation Ideas for CNU 25.Seattle. It's like a second chance for the best ideas to be showcased at our annual Congress. Open Innovation sessions take the Congress to the​ ​...Read more
  • Nathan Norris joins Congress for the New Urbanism

    Today, we're proud to announce that Nathan Norris, the former CEO of the Lafayette Downtown Development Authority, will join CNU in January as Director of Education and Training Programs. Norris, a longtime CNU member, cofounder of the New Urban Guild, and founder of the City Building Exchange,...Read more
  • New Sugar Land development faces public reception

    As one Houston metropolitan community moves to implement New Urbanist development policies, there are questions regarding public acceptance of such drastic changes to entrenched suburban ideals. Mike Snyder of The Houston Chronicle addresses the hesitancy of Sugar Land, Texas' residents, and how...Read more
  • What city will host CNU 27?

    */ From the resurgence of livable downtowns to the rise of urban technology, America's cities are changing faster than ever before. Every year, CNU's annual Congress visits one host city where those changes are on display—exploring the state of New Urbanism through the lens of places like Seattle,...Read more

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