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Next Generation of New Urbanists: a forum for new ideas and new voices; more info: contact@cnunextgen.org
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CNU NextGen 7h
A Tale of 3 Places ...
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CNU NextGen 10h
Why One Strong Towns Member Chose to Run for City Council
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Payton Chung Jul 25
REITs have been net sellers for 4 years now=a sign that the market is cresting?
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CNU NextGen Jul 25
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CNU NextGen Jul 23
What is your city's process to close a street?
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Brent Toderian Sep 15
A city's public cost for each suburban home is more than double that of each urban home, says . Public money.
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Strong Towns Jul 20
stores can integrate well into a lively urban area. Here's how.
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Sam Newberg Jul 22
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CNU NextGen Jul 22
Active front yards
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CityLab Jul 21
Seattle will salute 'Pac-Man' with a retro pavement maze
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Victor Brandon Dover Jul 21
Yes, light's red. Another day. Crosswalk now effectively 1/2 as wide for pedestrians. Thanks, black BMW.
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Mike Lydon Jul 20
All kinds of awesome pavement-to plaza-action by in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
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Future of Places Jul 18
The amazing & leaders shaping the Placemaking Leadership Forum:
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Strong Towns Jul 20
How does a store with a small footprint & few choices sell twice as much per square foot as Whole Foods?
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Nick Kaufmann Jul 20
when a mobile game activates more streets than your parklet masterplan 😇
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CNU NextGen Jul 20
Architecture students today (cc: )
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Jeff Speck Jul 17
Important lessons here for administering programs that include subsidized units in market rate buildings.
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Mark Toro Jul 19
A new study shows that cities in the US have higher GDP and education levels. Why? via
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Nate Hood Jul 18
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Rik Adamski Jul 16
Pedestrians don't require large financial investments to be happy. They require attention to detail.
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