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CNU 20 - Growing "In" in the 21st Century: Incremental Growth Patterns

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Published on May 29, 2012

Redevelopment is changing so that cities need to allow more flexibility for small builders and developers while still creating a harmonious public realm that is sustainable and walkable. From "foot logic" to "living streets", from incremental infrastructure to "radical radials," this group of thinkers will tackle new development paradigms for the new century.

Howard M. Blackson III, Principal, Placemakers, LLC
Brian Canin, AIA, AICP, President, Canin Associates
Paul Crabtree, P.E., President, Crabtree Group, Inc.
Bruce F. Donnelly, Urban Planner, Office of Bruce F. Donnelly
Audun Engh, Project Manager
Aljoscha Hofmann, Dipl. Ing. Arch., TU Berlin, Think Berl!n
Kevin Klinkenberg, Senior Planner, Olsson Associates
Michael Mehaffy, Managing Director, Sustasis Foundation
Marisa Novara, Project Manager, Metropolitan Planning Council

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