John Norquist

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Vision 2020: The Return of Main Street, U.S.A.

By 2020, we will see the return of mixed-use, walkable neighborhoods and developments. But we have a lot of red tape to clear first. More

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Why You Should Care About Walkable, Mixed-Use Devleopments

In the fourth webinar of our Vision 2020 series, John Norquist, CEO of the Congress for the New Urbanism examines the past, present, and future of sustainable communities. More

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VIDEO: Why the Resurgence of Walkable Main Streets is Essential

John Norquist, CEO of the Congress for the New Urbanism, explores what happened to Main Street, USA and why should it come back. More

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Will Lighter Codes Spur Innovative Development?

Current codes are too full of red tape to foster innovation housing and building. Are pink codes the solution? Why some say yes and others say not so fast. More

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Mid-Rise Mixed-Use Development Revitalizes Neighborhoods

Federal changes to support mid-rise, mixed-use developments would deliver both environmental and public benefits. More

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Mid-Rise Mixed-Use Development Revitalizes Neighborhoods

Federal changes to support mid-rise, mixed-use developments would deliver both environmental and public benefits. More

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The Market Wants Sustainable Urbanism

Vision 2020 chair and the Congress for New Urbanism CEO John Norquist questions whether less government complexity would afford more sustainable urbanism. More

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Federal Agencies Join to Promote Sustainable Communities

HUD's Shelley Poticha discusses how a new partnership of three federal agencies is helping pave the way to a better environment and more sustainable communities. More

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John Norquist's Crystal Ball

The Congress for the New Urbanism president and CEO tells Vision 2020 about what needs to occur in America to meet the 2030 Challenge, and just how likely and unlikely it is to happen. More

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John Norquist’s Crystal Ball

The Congress for the New Urbanism president and CEO tells Vision 2020 about what needs to occur in America to meet the 2030 Challenge, and just how likely and unlikely it is to happen. More

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