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CNU 20 - The Real Deal: Implemented lncremental Urbanism

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Published on May 30, 2012

With today's radically different development economics comes renewed interest in smaller projects which, in some markets, are becoming the norm. Financial constraints, combined with the desire to leverage existing infrastructure for optimal sustainability, are making urban infill projects the most sensible direction for growth. This session will present a variety of recently-constructed projects - residential, mixed-use, and adaptive re-use - from around the country. Developers and designers will present lessons learned, including how challenges of financing, zoning and permitting were overcome.

Sarah A. Lewis, R.A., CNU-A, LEED AP, Associate/Project Director, Fuss & O'Neill
Donald Powers, AIA, Leed AP, Founding Partner, Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design
Linda Pruitt, President, The Cottage Company
Robert Sharp, Principal, Robert Sharp Architect, Inc., Partners for Better Housing

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