The Atlanta chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism was founded in 2006 to promote new urbanism in the greater Atlanta region and provide educational, social, and professional events and services for its members. A 501(c)3 non-profit organization, the chapter strives to be a resource for trends in urbanism in both the greater Atlanta area and the state of Georgia. CNU members use the principles in CNU’s Charter to promote the hallmarks of New Urbanism.
The CNU Atlanta Chapter hosted the 18th Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU18) in Atlanta.
Board of Directors:
The current Board of Directors for the Atlanta Chapter are:
Scott Ball, Commons Planning – President
Katie Crippen, Mercy Housing Southeast – Treasurer
Alex Fite-Wassilak, TSW – Secretary
Geoff Koski, Bleakly Advisory Group – President Emeritus
James Dills, Georgia Health Policy Center, Georgia State Univ.
Dana Heyl, UrbanTrans
Eric Kronberg, Kronberg Wall Architects
Terry Kearns, Blogger at Architecture Tourist
Jay Kallos, Ashton Woods
Eric Bethany, Kronberg Wall Architects
Without the generous financial support of our founding individual and corporate memberships the CNU Atlanta Chapter would not be possible. We would like to recognize our Founders for their support and commitment to improving the physical, social, and economic health of our region.
Boulevard Group, Inc
Fowler Design Associates
Georgia Tech College of Architecture
Goode Van Slyke Architecture
Green Street Properties
Hedgewood Properties, Inc
High Grove Partners
HOK Planning Group
Hughes, Good O’Leary Ryan
J. Benson Marketing
John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods
Tunnell Spangler Walsh
Helen Ballard Weeks
George T. Heery, Jr
Laura Heery Prozes
Neal W. Heery
For more information on CNU Atlanta, email: email@example.com.