Enjoy, and please feel free to comment! The Colorado Urbanist 2010: Issue 1
Colorado Springs Sustainability Bike Tour:
Hop on your Bike, Bike on your Hops
Please plan to join us for a Colorado Springs Sustainability Bike Tour on Saturday, June 26th. We will meet at the Spring Creek neighborhood at 10am to begin our ride to see local innovative neighborhood developments, LEED certified buildings, and urban gardens. Of course we plan to experience local food for lunch along the way! We will end at Bristol Brewery about 3:00pm with transportation provided back to the starting point.
This event is co-sponsored by the United States Green Building Council Southern Colorado Branch, Congress for the New Urbansim Colorado, APA Colorado, AIA Colorado and Bike Month.
The following include the agenda for the bike tour as well as a map with the route:
HISTORIC DOWNTOWN GOLDEN:
NEW URBANISM THE OLD-FASHIONED WAY
Four valuable presentations about urbanism in Downtown Golden.
- Golden Urban Renewal Authority’s (GURA) efforts to create a vibrant downtown.
- Three exemplary projects.
- An opportunity to participate in a constructive discussion
Friday, April 16, 2010
911 Tenth Street
Golden, CO 80401
PRESENTATIONS (5:30 pm)
Mark Heller (Golden Urban Renewal Authority): Short Story of GURA Challenges and Opportunities
Len McBroom (McBroom Company): Clear Creek Square PUD
Brad Haswell (Studio D-H Architects): Jackson Court Experience
Bob West (OZ Architects): Gateway Station
QUESTIONS, ANSWERS, COMMENTS (6:20 pm)
Congratulations to the University of Miami for the Honorable Mention Charter Award for the plan “Alameda Market: A New Sustainable Urbanism”. Congratulations to Crabtree Group in their contribution on Charter Award winning “Salon Des Refuses” in Katy, TX (Project Architect: Dreiling Terrones Architects)
See the following link: http://www.cnu.org/node/3443
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CNU Colorado will host a panel discussion on Agricultural Urbanism, Friday August 21, 2009 from 6:00 to 7:30 pm. The event will be held at the Mercury Cafe located at 2199 California in Denver.
The panel includes presentation and a discussion with:
- James van Hemert, Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute
- Lisa Rogers, Feed Denver
- Michael Buchenau, Denver Urban Gardens
- James Hale, Produce Denver
- Marilyn Megenity, Mercury Cafe
- Quint Redmond, The TSR Group
It is a free event, and as such food and beverages will be available but not provided. We’ll see you there!