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2017 CNU Florida Summit

March 2-3, 2017

Tampa, Florida

Getting Stuff Done – Delivering New Urbanism

The focus of this year’s Summit is built around plans, programs, and strategies that have resulted in positive change – from small scale infill, code hacks, and tactical projects to larger scale programs and initiatives that have produced tangible results.

Please join us in historic Ybor City in Tampa for our annual gathering, an unmatchable opportunity for networking and keeping abreast of new urbanism development in the State, and at CNU national.

A reciprocal agreement with APA Florida invites APA members to register for the CNU Summit at the CNU member rate.

AIA and AICP Continuing Education Credits Pending

Register Now!

 

Preliminary Program

Location:

The Cuban Club
2010 N. Avenida Republica de Cuba
Tampa, Florida 33605

Program Sponsors:

Please contact Debra Hempel for sponsorship details or click here for sponsorship opportunities.

Accommodations:

A block of rooms has been reserved for CNU-FL at the Hilton Garden Inn. To receive the discounted rate of $189.00, please reserve your room prior to February 8, 2017

Hilton Garden Inn
1700 E. 9th Ave. Ybor City
(813) 769-9267
One block from meeting location

Hampton Inn
1301 E. 7th Ave. Ybor City
(813) 247-6700
3 blocks from meeting location

Le Meridien
601 N. Florida Ave.
Downtown Tampa
(813) 221-9555
1.5 miles from meeting location

Barrymore Hotel
111 W. Fortune St.
Downtown Tampa
(813) 223-1351
1.8 miles from meeting location

Transportation and Travel:

Travel to Tampa by car or fly into Tampa International Airport. The Summit will be held in Historic Ybor City, one of only two National Historic Landmark Districts in Florida.

Founded in 1886 by Vicente Martinez-Ybor when he moved his cigar factory from Key West to Tampa, Ybor City holds a unique place in Florida’s social and economic history as our state’s “first industrial town.” Historic buildings have been turned into stylish offices, restaurants, in-town residences and boutique hotels without sacrificing their historic character. Red brick buildings, wrought iron balconies and narrow brick streets give it an old-world charm. Known as Tampa’s Latin Quarter for over a century, Ybor City is an exotic blend of aromas, flavors, sights and sounds.

The Cuban Club, our meeting location, does not provide free parking. Pay parking is available at the Fernando Noriega Parking Garage or on-street throughout the Ybor City Historic District.

Fernando Noriega Parking Garage
2010 N 13th St, Tampa, FL
(located one block west of the Cuban Club)