Upcoming Event!

Join CNU-CO Saturday, October 16th for a Bicycle Brew Crawl which will include El Camino, Hogshead, and Seedstock Register Here About this event Join Congress for the New Urbanism – Colorado Chapter (CNU-CO) Saturday, October 16th for a Bicycle Brew Crawl to network, have fun, talk about new urbanism, and bike! The breweries and times…

Past Event: Tea Time Series

Thursday, March 25, 2021 | 5:15-6:15pm, OnlineRegister Here Topic: WHERE ARE THE FAMILIES IN NEW URBANISM?How can new urbanism compete with suburbia in the eyes of families with children? Jennifer Griffin will be a key guest in our discussion group. Jennifer Griffin is an architect, urban designer, and founding principal of J Griffin Design, LLC.  She has worked…

Past Event:

Friday, February 19, 2021 | 12:00-1:30pm, OnlineRegister Here Extending the current shared streets through time and space, eDEN (ecodesign DENver) is an extensive network of streets closed to thru traffic, punctuated by outdoor dining areas and lined with productive landscapes as well as public art (the Gardens of eDEN). Weaving through the city of, within…

2020 Awards Event and Nomination Submission Deadline

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact:Alexander Person IIICNU Colorado Board PresidentAlexander.Person@smithgroup.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONGRESS FOR THE NEW URBANISM, COLORADO CHAPTER (CNU-CO) Announces 2020 Awards Event and Nomination Submission Deadline September 23, 2020 – DENVER, COLO. – Congress for the New Urbanism, Colorado Chapter (CNU-CO) is pleased to announce that the 2020 CNU Colorado Chapter Awards…

CNU National Webinar Series

Webinar series providing a platform for discussion, sharing of ideas, and collaboration during these uncertain times of COVID-19. Next Webinar: Tuesday, May 28th 10:00am MST The Public Realm: International Edition Register Here “In this unprecedented era, CNU is launching a new webinar series to provide a platform for members and allies to discuss, engage, debate…

2019 Squeezed Out: Challenges of Diversity and Affordability in Colorado Communities

Squeezed Out: Challenges of Diversity and Affordability in Colorado Communities Community Engagement, Design and Research Center (CEDaR) Below are student contributions that were presented at the 2019 Squeezed Out Conference. These essays were developed during coursework (title below) instructed by Korkut Onoran, Ph.D: Small Town, Rural, and Tourism Planning offered by the Department of Regional…

2019 Event

Denver’s host real estate market is creating opportunities and challenges and questions abound around affordable housing, community development, and how to maintain a place for all while costs steadily rise. Denver’s Mariposa redevelopment project aimed higher than the average 15% retention that redevelopment usually can muster, and their success is in the numbers with over…

Transforming Sprawl into Towns

Transforming Sprawl into Towns Challenges and opportunities for completeness and self-sufficiency 5:30pm, Dec. 6, 2018 CU Denver CAP Building (1250 14th St.), Room 470 The Congress for the New Urbanism Colorado (CNU-CO) is pleased to invite you to attend a panel discussion about creating places through sound approaches to urban planning. On our panel, we…

BrewHop + Altar Tour

Longmont Downtown Creative Plaza Activation and El  Día de los Muertos  Altar Tour October 18, 4:15 p.m. – 9 p.m., Boulder Join Downtown Colorado, Inc. (DCI) and Longmont Downtown Development Authority and Creative District as we further explore Longmont’s recent IN THE GAME Challenge Studio focused on activating small plazas in downtown. Continue the fun experience with an  altar tour of Longmont’s annual Día de los Muertos…