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…

Following the 4:30pm walking tour of the Midtown community, this esteemed panel discussion will focus on “resilient urbanism” pertaining to the communities of Bradburn, Midtown & Aria – all innovative for their time.  Resilient urbanism is a collaboration among multiple disciplines that explores a wide spectrum of topics related to what makes resilience in urban contexts unique:…

Resilient Urbanism, a Panel Discussion: Bradburn, Midtown & Aria

This esteemed panel discussion will focus on “resilient urbanism” pertaining to the communities of Bradburn, Midtown & Aria – all innovative for their time.  Resilient urbanism is a collaboration among multiple disciplines that explores a wide spectrum of topics related to what makes resilience in urban contexts unique: housing and land challenges, equity, density, governance, construction…

Mouzon’s 12-Step Sprawl Recovery

By Kathleen McCormick. Sprawl is an expensive and unsustainable habit, and cities and towns should work on recovering from sprawl through incremental urbanism, said Steve Mouzon, architect, urbanist, photographer, and author of The Original Green, at a lunchtime talk, “The Urbanism Dividend: Placemaking as a Great Investment,” held April 9th at the Tattered Cover in…