Mar 082017
 

March 2017 Atlanta Urbanist Events

In Their Words: Inspirational Stories of Atlanta’s Minority AEC Trailblazers

MARCH
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Many of Atlanta’s iconic buildings and transformative projects have been managed, designed, engineered and constructed by minority trailblazers who overcame extreme challenges in the era of civil rights. The Atlanta chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) in collaboration with StoryCorps, created an exhibit featuring the stories of Oscar L Harris; C. David Moody, Jr; Cheryl McAfee; William J. Stanley III; Joseph W. Robinson Sr.; and Zubaida Musharraf.

Join the Atlanta City Studio for part one of a two part panel discussion with our Atlanta AEC Trailblazers as they share in-depth stories of the impact of the Civil Rights Movement on their own lives and professional practice as well as how we can continue to make progress as a city and profession. Part one of the panel discussion will feature Oscar L. Harris, FAIA, NOMA, Cheryl McAfee, FAIA, NOMAC and Jeffrey L. Robinson, AIA, NOMA.

For more information and audio of the StoryCorps interviews with the trailblazers, please visit the NOMA website at http://nomaatlanta.org/storycorps-interviews/.  Event details are below:

WHEN: March 3rd, 6:00 – 7:30 PM
WHERE: Atlanta City Studio, Ponce City Market, 2nd Floor, 675 Ponce De Leon Ave, Atlanta, GA 30308
COST: Free w/RSVP to Leslie Canaan at lcanaan@atlantaga.gov or 404-623-6622.

Book Club @ Atlanta City Studio

MARCH
8
How can urban design be revitalized for pedestrians and bikers? Join our March book club on Wednesday, March 8th and discuss how pocket parks, bike lanes, and public plazas can spark an urban renewal. There are four copies of the book available to borrow from DeKalb County Public Library. See link in discussion.
Leslie Caceda, a Transportation Technologist Specialist at the Atlanta Regional Commission, will be moderating the conversation. Learn more about Leslie below.

Title: Streetfight: Handbook for an Urban Revolution
Authors: Janette Sadik-Khan, Seth Solomonow
ISBN-10: 0525429840
ISBN-13: 978-0525429845

WHEN: March 8th, 6:00 – 7:30 PM
WHERE: Atlanta City Studio @ Ponce City Market
COST: Free

Andrés Duany & The CityBuilding Exchange

MARCH
8-10
The New Orleans CityBuilding Exchange is an educational retreat designed for teams of community decision-makers – elected officials, key city staff, development, institution, business and neighborhood leaders. Early registration ends next week! 

Change your paradigm! Don’t miss the opportunity to learn best practices from expert consultants and share discussion with leaders from around the country. Topics include:

  • The economics of city productivity (or what your fiscal office and elected officials don’t know that will sell your downtown project!),
  • Mobilizing potential through updated strategies in transportation, transit and parking,
  • Zoning for successful urban centers using form-based codes,
  • Building healthy communities through walkable urban design,
  • Maximizing retail in downtowns and mixed-use developments,
  • Aging in place and the future of “Lifelong Communities,”
  • Using historic preservation as an economic development tool,
  • Unlocking city opportunity and equity through suburban redesign,
  • Successfully addressing homelessness and transience,
  • Strategic planning for the future and the new, Lean Urbanism,
  • Gaining consensus and implementing the Vision!

Rated by past attendees as “an exceptional value” with “a wealth of reliable information and implementable strategies,” the agenda is top notch, the time commitment minimal and the cost incomparable. After-hours networking pairs learning and camaraderie with the unique experience and beautiful urbanism of New Orleans – the perfect urban lab!

WHEN: March 8-10, 2017
WHERE: New Orleans, LA
COST: $395.00

Register here.

CAP/ADID Annual Meeting

MARCH
14
Join Central Atlanta Progress and the Atlanta Downtown Improvement District on March 14 for our 2017 Annual Meeting and Awards Celebration.

With the theme Dynamic Downtown, this “can’t miss” event will honor the people, places and businesses that are shaping Downtown’s exciting future.

There’s no better opportunity to influence and inspire new clients, catch up with business associates, meet new contacts and get the scoop on Downtown Atlanta.

WHEN: March 14, 7:00 AM – 9:15 AM
WHERE:
Hyatt Regency Atlanta, 265 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta, GA 30303
COST: $75.00 for CAP members/$100.00 for non-members.

Register here.

Atlanta Regional Housing Forum

MARCH
14
Over the last few years, research has documented both the increase of rental rates and the resulting cost burden to low-income families in metro Atlanta. And now, research from the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta shows that eviction levels are reaching alarming rates.
Join us for the first quarterly Atlanta Regional Housing Forum of 2017 as we discuss the issue. Report authors Elora Raymond, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and Michael Lucas, Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation will be on hand to discuss their research. Additional panelists will explore the impact eviction has on families and the need for intervention.

WHEN: March 14th, 9:30 – 11:45 AM
WHERE: St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 435 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta, GA 30308
COST: Free.

Register here.

Downtown Atlanta Master Plan Open House

MARCH
21
Join us at the Rialto Center for the Arts to learn about the Downtown Atlanta Master Plan.

We will present information and data regarding Downtown Atlanta to give you an opportunity to learn about the plan. We will also have a number of stations to visit, where you can provide your input on the future of Downtown Atlanta.

WHEN: March 21th, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM & 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
WHERE: Rialto Theater, 80 Forsyth St SW, Atlanta, GA 30303
COST: Free and open to the public

TransportationCamp South 2017

MARCH
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TransportationCamp is an “unconference” – where sessions are proposed and led by attendees – bringing together thinkers and doers in the fields of transportation and technology for a day of learning, debating, connecting, and creating.

The event program will run from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Saturday, March 25, 2017, with breakfast/registration from 9:00 to 10:00. A light breakfast, box lunch, and coffee breaks will be provided for all participants and are included in the registration fee. There is also a Starbucks located on-site. Please join us for a happy hour immediately following the event.

The venue for TransportationCamp South will be the Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons, a state-of-the-art, sustainably-designed educational facility located at the heart of the Georgia Tech campus.

WHEN: March 25th, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
WHERE: Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons
COST: $10.00 early bird/$20.00 regular

Register here.

The Roswell Connection: Park Pride Walking Tour

MARCH
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**This walking tour is organized in conjunction with Park Pride’s 16th Annual Parks & Greenspace Conference.**

The City of Roswell is taking improving the quality of life of their residents seriously. They recognize that citizens are yearning for great, walkable, bikable and accessible communities.

Join this walking tour to see an example of how Roswell is responding to their citizens’ needs with the creation of the new River Walk.

The tour will begin in Candler Park where we’ll board a tour bus, generously donated by the City of Roswell, and learn more about the projects en route. The tour bus will return to Candler Park at 4 P.M.

Questions? Contact John Ahern, john@parkpride.org.

WHEN: March 26th, 1:00 – 4:00 PM
WHERE: Meet at Edgewood/Candler Park MARTA Station Northside Bus Bay
COST: $15.00

Register here.

16th Annual Parks & Greenspaces Conference

MARCH
27
Each spring, Park Pride hosts the annual Parks & Greenspace Conference, the largest parks conference in the southeast, to explore a selected theme about parks and greenspaces. It is a wonderful environment for networking with elected officials, community leaders, and park advocates who are driven to improve parks and strengthen communities.

The 16th Annual Conference, themed “Connecting with Parks,” will explore how parks and greenspaces bridge gaps between individuals, communities, political jurisdictions, and ecosystems to become places of regional importance.

The keynote speakers for this years conference will be Audrey Peterman, President of Earthwise Productions and author of Legacy on the Land: A Black Couple Discovers Our National Inheritance and Tells Why Every American Should Care, and Kaid Benfield, senior counsel for environmental strategies at PlaceMakers, LLC, senior adviser to the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), adjunct professor at  the George Washington University School of Law, and author of People Habitat, who also spoke at CNU 24 in Detroit last year.

Whether a transportation corridor such as a green street, a linear park spanning several neighborhoods, or a network of parks designed to capture rainwater, our parks and greenspace serve a vitally important role in connecting us to the environment, to our neighborhoods, to commerce, and to each other.

WHEN: Monday, March 27th, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
WHERE: Atlanta Botanical Garden
COST: $165.00/ticket

Register here.

DeKalb Ave Complete Street Public Meeting

MARCH
30
The City of Atlanta’s Renew Atlanta team is holding its second public meeting for the DeKalb Ave. Complete Street Project. Come find out what’s possible for DeKalb Ave – how can we provide safe access for people to bike and walk this important corridor, while also improving the flow for drivers by adding left turn lanes to reduce wait times at clogged intersections.

WHEN: March 30th, 6:00 – 8:00 PM
WHERE: Liberty Baptist Church, 395 Chamberlain St. SE, 30312
COST: Open to public

Jan 202017
 

Jan 2017 Atlanta Urbanist Events

At the beginning of every month, CNU Atlanta sends out an email with all of the urbanist events for that month. If you’d like to get this in your inbox, you can sign up here. If you’d like to let us know of an event, contact us at atlanta@cnu.org.

Bike Share 101 Class with Atlanta Bicycle Coalition
JANUARY 7

Want to learn more about Atlanta’s new bike share program? Then this class is for you! These free classes include a free access code for you to try bike share!
Things you’ll learn:
Basics of Bike Share
Safety and etiquette overview
Group riding skills

Things you should bring:
Closed-toe sneakers
Water bottle and sunscreen
Comfortable clothing for being outside/riding
Desire to have fun!

WHEN: Saturday, January 7, 2017, 1 – 2:30 PM
WHERE: Meet at the Bikeshare station at Midtown Marta
COST: Free

2-Way Snow Day BeltLine Hike with Urban Explorers Atl
JANUARY 7

What is a 2-Way First Saturday Beltline Hike, you ask?

+ First Saturday hike on the Atlanta Beltline Eastside Trail
+ Two starting points > Cabbagetown Park and Piedmont Park
+ No charge to participate; just an optional donation
+ All hikers must pre-register online. No walk-ons….
+ You can join the hike at one of four locations (see below)
+ The Cabbagetown group will head north, stopping at Krog Street Market for a hot toddy (or cold beer)
+ The Piedmont Park group will head south, stopping at Ponce City Market for a hot toddy (or cold beer)
+ The two groups will eventually converge somewhere along the Eastside Trail
+ Where we go from there is anyone’s guess. Some may continue their hikes. Others may head to one of the many Beltline restaurants for lunch.
+ Any members who guess the exact location of the “convergence” win a $25 event credit
+ Any non-members who guess the exact location of the “convergence” win a complimentary one-year Explorer membership to Urban Explorers of Atlanta
+ All hikers must pre-register online. No walk-ons!

WHEN: Saturday, January 7, 2017, 11 AM – 2 PM
WHERE: Multiple locations (see registration link)
COST: Free

Lunchtime Forum @ Atlanta City Studio
JANUARY 10

Atlanta City Studio is launching a new program on Tuesdays in January at the Studio. Stop by the Food Hall and pick up lunch or bring your own to the Studio at 12:30 PM for a conversation with a member of our Studio Team on topics inspired by Atlantic Media’s CityLab.

The first conversation will be on January 10 inspired by the article “Why Quality of Place Matters by Richard Florida and Andrew Small”(December 28, 2016). You are encouraged to read the articles in advance but it is not required. We will have copies on hand at the Studio that day as well. (Article here.)

WHEN: 12:30 PM on Tuesday, January 10th, 17th, 24th, & 31st.
WHERE: Atlanta City Studio @ Ponce City Market
COST: Free

Atlanta City Studio Book Club
JANUARY 11

What is Atlanta’s Vernacular Landscape? Join our January book club on Wednesday, January 11th and discuss our city’s landscape issues. Used copies of ‘Discovering the Vernacular Landscape’ are readily available. Cassie Branum, a multi-faceted urban designer at Perkins+Will Atlanta will be moderating the book club discussion this month. More info here.

WHEN: Wednesday, January 11th at 6:30 – 8 PM
WHERE: Atlanta City Studio @ Ponce City Market
COST: Free

Design Over Doughnuts @ Atlanta City Studio
JANUARY 13

Join the Studio team the 2nd and 4th Friday of the month at 8 AM for a conversation about architecture, public space and more as we look at Atlanta and images of great cities that inspire us. Start the New Year with design!

WHEN: Friday, January 13th & 27th, 2017, 8:00 AM
WHERE: Atlanta City Studio, Ponce City Market
COST: Free

Urbanism Meetup w/ Thread ATL
JANUARY 16

Join Thread ATL for some informal conversation about Atlanta’s urban form. If you’re interested in pedestrian safety, housing affordability, transit use, cycling, livability — and the way we can affect these things through advocacy — let’s get together and talk!
WHEN: Monday, January 16, 2017, 7 – 9 PM
WHERE: Condesa Coffee, 480 John Wesley Dobbs Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30312
COST: Free

CAP/ADID Town Hall Meeting
JANUARY 26

Central Atlanta Progress and the Atlanta Downtown Improvement District want to keep you informed about all things Downtown. To stay connected, don’t miss the next Town Hall meeting on January 26th. All are invited to attend this informal, public event that is intended to keep the community “in the know.”

WHEN: Tuesday, January 26, 7:30 – 9 AM
WHERE: GSU Student Center Auditorium East, 55 Gilmer St SE, Atlanta, GA 30303
COST: Free
Register here.

Westside Trail Walking Tour with Urban Explorers of Atlanta
JANUARY 29

This special (7-mile) walking tour will focus on the Westside Trail, which is currently under construction and scheduled to open in late 2017. In recent weeks, construction crews have begun pouring concrete for the multi-use trail. Other exciting developments, such the Monday Night Brewing announcement are drawing significant attention to this area. The purpose of this tour is to allow those who are interested to get a first-hand look at the construction of this new trail as well as the neighborhoods that surround it.

WHEN: Sunday, January 29, 2016, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
WHERE: Meeting at Oakland City MARTA Station
COST: Varying prices for members, $20/non-members.

Early Bird Registration–16th Annual Parks & Greenspaces Conference
JANUARY 31

Each spring, Park Pride hosts the annual Parks & Greenspace Conference, the largest parks conference in the southeast, to explore a selected theme about parks and greenspaces. It is a wonderful environment for networking with elected officials, community leaders, and park advocates who are driven to improve parks and strengthen communities.

The 16th Annual Conference, themed “Connecting with Parks,” will explore how parks and greenspaces bridge gaps between individuals, communities, political jurisdictions, and ecosystems to become places of regional importance.

The keynote speakers for this years conference will be Audrey Peterman, President of Earthwise Productions and author of Legacy on the Land: A Black Couple Discovers Our National Inheritance and Tells Why Every American Should Care, and Kaid Benfield, senior counsel for environmental strategies at PlaceMakers, LLC, senior adviser to the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), adjunct professor at  the George Washington University School of Law, and author of People Habitat, who also spoke at CNU 24 in Detroit last year.

Whether a transportation corridor such as a green street, a linear park spanning several neighborhoods, or a network of parks designed to capture rainwater, our parks and greenspace serve a vitally important role in connecting us to the environment, to our neighborhoods, to commerce, and to each other.

WHEN: March 27th, 8 AM – 5 PM
WHERE: Atlanta Botanical Garden
COST: $135 Early bird registration/$165 regular price.

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION: Open and available to the first 75 registrants, or by January 31st. Register here.

Nov 152016
 

We have a couple events coming up that you’re going to want to get on your calendar.
First up is Urbanist Trivia Night on Thursday, November 17th with Tunnell-Spangler-Walsh at Steel Restaurant & Lounge in Midtown Atlanta. Think you’re up to date on urbanism? Get a couple of friends together, come enjoy some free appetizers, and show us what you’ve got. Registration is free for CNU Members and only $5 for Non-Members–registration ends at 1:00 PM on Thursday, Nov. 17th. Register here.

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On December 6th, we are excited to host our annual Winter Luncheon at The Shed at Glenwood. In addition to the fantastic three course meal that The Shed is putting together for us, this event will be special because Maria Saporta, arguably the most knowledgeable resource of development in Atlanta, will discuss Atlanta’s changing landscape and answer your questions. Seats are limited, so get your tickets today: Register here.

We hope to see you there to help us wrap up our exciting year and usher in the next.

Sep 272016
 

On Tuesday, October 25th, we are partnering with North American Properties and the City of Alpharetta on the Avalon + Alpharetta Bus Tour. Avalon and the City of Alpharetta have taken ambitious, future-forward steps to redevelop their historic downtown, create a network of walking and cycling trails, and invest in a future less dependent on Alpharetta as just a job-center, but as a destination in and of itself.

Join CNU Atlanta for a day of tours and talks in Alpharetta and Avalon with representatives, planners, and designers for a behind-the-scenes look at their success stories. Lunch will be catered by Farm to Ladle Avalon and is free.

This event is also approved for 3.5 CM credits through the Georgia Planning Association.

Registration ends on Friday, October 21st. Register here.

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Sep 092016
 

green-drinks_9_2016_shareNext Wednesday, the 14th, CNU Atlanta is partnering with Atlanta Green Drinks instead of our typical T3 for Green Drinks at TRACE Atlanta in Midtown. For the uninitiated, Green Drinks is a fun monthly social event that doesn’t have a theme or a presentation–Come hang out, enjoy free appetizers and drink specials, and try your luck in the raffle, no registration required!

At the beginning of every month, we send out an email with a list of our and our partners’ events to help you stay up to date and be informed about what’s happening in our city each month. If you’d like to subscribe to that email list, you can do so here. Hope to see you soon!

Jul 222016
 

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What: Brewery-Based Development Tour & Talk with CNU Atlanta

When: August 25th, 6:00 – 9:00 PM

Where: BlueTarp Brewing Co., Three Taverns Brewery

Tickets: $25.00/CNU members, $35.00/non-members

If you’ve ever been to a local brewery, you already know how great they are–But did you know that they can have a pretty big impact on the surrounding community, too?

This month, CNU Atlanta is partnering with the City of Decatur to highlight how East Decatur Station developed from a former industrial node into a dense, diverse economic hub with a couple of outstanding breweries at its core. As the area continues to grow with the Avondale MARTA transit-oriented development set to break ground this fall, the East Decatur community will only continue to grow.

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Doggy Dogg Atlanta’s gourmet hot dogs.

Join us for an evening to learn about East Decatur Station, have great beer at BlueTarp Brewing Co. and Three Taverns Brewery, explore Global Growers’ Burundi Women’s Farm, and hear from a number of speakers including Amanda Rhein, MARTA’s Director for Transit Oriented Development, Catherine Lee of Decatur’s Downtown Development Authority, and more.

Tickets for this event are $25.00 for CNU members and $35.00 for non-members, and provide tours and free samples of BlueTarp Brewing Co. (24 oz ) & Three Taverns Craft Brewery (18 oz). Gourmet hot dogs from Doggy Dogg Atlanta are also available for pre-order; large for $8.00 or a small for $4.00.

To get to Blue Tarp Brewing Co. and East Decatur Station, ride MARTA to the Avondale MARTA Station, exit to the south bus bay, and follow the stairs or sidewalk to Sams Street–BlueTarp is right around the corner or Sams St. and E College Ave. Ride-sharing and cycling are recommended as well, but be advised, E College Ave does not have dedicated bike lanes by East Decatur Station at this time. Parking is also available at East Decatur Station next door, but it is limited and we do not advise drinking and driving from this event.

Countless thanks to our sponsors: Urban Realty Partners, City of Decatur Downtown Development Authority, East Decatur Station, and Sycamore Consulting, Inc. Please contact us at atlanta@cnu.org with any questions or concerns.

We look forward to seeing you there. Cheers!

Jul 142016
 

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What: CNU Atlanta’s July T3* – Tiny Houses and the Missing Middle

When: Third Thursday of July (July 21) @ 5:30 p.m.

Where: Kronberg Wall Architects, the renovated Bearden Temple AME Church in Reynoldstown

Tiny houses have taken the nation by storm. There are at least three different television shows dedicated to the minor manors, dozens of tiny house blogs, and just as many hot takes on how tiny houses will save America’s affordable housing deficit. But they are also illegal in most places, and they’re not alone; along with duplexes, quadplexes, courtyard apartments, above-garage lofts, and granny lofts, tiny houses violate zoning codes from coast to coast. Why? And how do we change that?

Join CNU Atlanta and the Georgia Conservancy at the office of Kronberg Wall Architects, the renovated Bearden Temple AME Church in Reynoldstown, for our July T3 on Missing Middle Housing & the advent of Tiny Houses, featuring Will Johnston, Founder of Tiny House Atlanta; Robert Reed, Director of Residential and Community Sustainability Services at Southface Energy Institute; Eric Kronberg of Kronberg Wall Architects; Lyn Menne, Assistant City Manager of the City of Decatur; and Geoff Koski, Senior Consultant at the Bleakly Advisory Group and President of CNU Atlanta.

Register for CNU Atlanta’s July T3 here.

The Kronberg Wall Architects office is located in Reynoldstown (887 Wylie Street, Atlanta, GA 30316), a 15 minute walk or a 5 minute bike ride from the Inman Park/Reynoldstown MARTA station. There is limited parking on the street, so walking, biking, or carpooling is recommended. The event starts at 5:30pm with half an hour of networking before the program begins at 6:00pm.

Free Sweetwater beer will be provided courtesy of the Georgia Conservancy and we’ll have cheese, crackers, and other snacks as well. We will be limiting attendance to 100 attendees, so be sure to register early before tickets run out!

Although T3s are free for CNU Members, we ask guests to pay $5.00 in advance. This small contribution helps CNU Atlanta continue providing such programming throughout the year.

We look forward to seeing you!

*T3 (Thirsty Third Thursdays) is a monthly gathering organized by the Atlanta Chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU Atlanta) for architects, planners, real estate professionals and all others who are interested in our built environment.

Jun 102016
 

Weren’t able to make it to CNU 24 in Detroit? Want to hear what all the buzz is about? Went, but just can’t get enough?

Join CNU Atlanta at Steel Restaurant & Lounge in Midtown for our Third Thirsty Thursday and overview of everything that happened at the Congress, including the Charter Award our friends at Kronberg Wall Architects/Planners received for the New Orleans Jazz Market.

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Although T3’s are free for CNU Members, we ask guests to pay $5.00 in advance and $10.00 for walk-up registration (space permitting); Please note, this small fee enables us to provide free hors d’oeuvres at Steel and Kronberg Wall Architects, and helps us to maintain the program offerings throughout the year.

Registration ends on June 16th at 12:00 PM and capacity is limited, so be sure to sign up before then and please feel free to share this information with your networks.

Location: Steel Restaurant & Lounge, 950 W Peachtree St NW Ste 255, Atlanta, GA 30309
Time: 5:30-7:30
Price: Free for CNU Members//$5.00 for Non Members//$10.00 at the door

Register here!

May 042016
 

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Please join CNU Atlanta in welcoming Eric Brown of Brown Design Studio, and the newly formed CNU-Savannah Chapter, to Steel Restaurant & Lounge in Midtown on Thursday, May 19th for a short overview of urban growth and opportunities in historic Savannah, Georgia.

Brown Design Studio specializes in designing quality historic architecture and new urbanism projects, and is rooted in Savannah’s traditional block design in his plans in order to connect the “macro-concepts with the micro-engineering needed to implement great urbanism.” Afterwards, we’ll discuss the City of Atlanta’s efforts to modernize its zoning and what we can take away from Savannah’s example.

Although T3’s are free for CNU Members, we ask guests to pay $5.00 in advance and $10.00 for walk-up registration; this small fee will help CNU Atlanta address the cost of providing such programming throughout the year. Registration ends on May 19th at 12:00 PM, so be sure to sign up and share with your networks before then!

Register today here!

Apr 062016
 

Please join CNU Atlanta for our April T3, “Streets Designed for Placemaking & Safety,” on Thursday, April 21 at the office of Kronberg Wall Architects, the renovated Bearden Temple AME Church in Reynoldstown. We will hear presentations from Heather Alhadeff, President of Center Forward, Inc., Greg Giuffrida, the Memorial Drive Corridor Executive of Central Atlanta Progress, and Eric Kronberg of KWA and CNU Atlanta.

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Please remember, we ask everyone who plans to attend to register for the event online and in advance; registration for CNU Members is free and non-member registration is only $5.00 online (ends at 12:00 PM on 4/21) or $10.00 at the door.

The Kronberg Wall Architects office is located in Reynoldstown (887 Wylie Street, Atlanta, GA 30316), a 15 minute walk or a 5 minute bike ride from the Inman Park/Reynoldstown MARTA station. There is limited parking on the street, so walking, biking, or carpooling is recommended. The event starts at 5:30pm with half an hour of socializing before the program begins at 6:00pm.  Sweetwater beer and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided courtesy of the Georgia Conservancy.

We will be limiting attendance to 100 attendees, so be sure to let your friends know and register early before tickets run out! Register today.