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Spring Speaker Event: Affordable Urbanism

CNU Illinois

Wednesday, May 14, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (CDT)

Spring Speaker Event: Affordable Urbanism

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Non-Member Ended $15.00 $1.82
Student Ended $5.00 $1.27

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Join CNU Illinois for “Affordable Urbanism.” Our program will feature speakers Ben Carlson, Director of Urban Design for Goody Clancy, winner of APA's 2013 National Planning Excellence Award for a Planning Firm and Jeff Bone, Principal at Landon Bone Baker Architects. Goody Clancy will share a neighborhood revitalization plan and site design for a vacant parcel in Buffalo, NY and the implementation of a mixed income development in Baltimore, MD. Landon Bone Baker will present Chicago’s Harvest Commons Apartments, honored with the  Richard H. Driehaus First Place Award for Architectural Excellence in Community Design and with a 2013 Distinguished Building Award at AIA Chicago’s 58th Annual Designight Awards Ceremony. Seating is limited for this event so please register early. CNU Illinois members as well as non-members are invited to attend. This event is co-hosted by DePaul’s Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development.

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DePaul University School of Public Service
14 E. Jackson Blvd
Suite 1600
Chicago, IL 60604

Wednesday, May 14, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (CDT)


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CNU Illinois

CNU Illinois advocates the restructuring of public policy and development practices to support the restoration of existing urban centers and towns within coherent metropolitan regions. We stand for the reconfiguration of sprawling suburbs into communities of real neighborhoods and diverse districts, the conservation of natural environments, and the preservation of our built legacy.

Rebuilding neighborhoods, cities, and regions is profoundly interdisciplinary. We believe that community, economics, environment, health and design need to be addressed simultaneously through urban design and planning.


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