PART I: Tuesday, March 11, 2014 – 5:30-7:00pm – Pour House at Grand Central (1208 E. Kennedy Blvd. #112, Tampa, FL)
PART II: Tuesday, May 13, 2013 – 5:30-7:00pm – Pour House at Grand Central (1208 E. Kennedy Blvd. #112, Tampa, FL)
PART III: Tuesday, July 8, 2014 – 5:30-7:00pm – Pour House at Grand Central (1208 E. Kennedy Blvd. #112, Tampa, FL)
Urbanism on Tap is an event organized by CNU TampaBay and the Urban Charrette designed to give an opportunity for the community to engage in constructive conversations about current ideas shaping our city. The format is simple enough – We’ll provoke the conversation with a quick slideshow and then start a lively dialog Open Mic style.
The second series of three events is called The New Building Boom, and is focused on the challenges facing Tampa and the influence new development will have on the growth of the city in coming years.
3.1 – New Buildings, New City? – The Good, the Bad, the Ugly –March 11, 2014
A number of the new developments that have made their way off the drawing boards and into reality. How are they changing our city’s landscape? What do you love? What is missing? We welcome your ideas on the challenges facing Tampa and the influence new development will have on the city in the coming years.
3.2 – The Social Side – Development and Communities – May 13, 2014
What are the ways people are affected by development? What determines where changes take place? Let’s discuss how citizens can shape what happens.
3.3 – Youthentrepreneurs – The New Side of Work/Live – July 8, 2014
Can a city use development to attract new enterprises? Do traditional forms of development support new tech industries and young entrepreneurs? Come discuss the role of start-up culture in how we develop our cities.
We have shifted the location for this series! We will be hosting the event at Pour House in Channelside. Here is a quick map for different routes of how to arrive at the new destination. It is free parking for the first 2 hours in the garages above Pour House.
A CNU Florida event in the Tampa Bay Area