A team from the CU Denver College of Architecture and Planning (CAP) earned a $10,000 prize for finishing as runner-up in the national HUD Innovation in Affordable Housing student design and planning competition. The recent competition took place in Washington, D.C.
Longtime CU supporters Don and Maria Johnson hold big visions for the university and its College of Architecture and Planning (CAP). Predicting nothing short of Ivy League quality and world-renowned leadership, the couple, with the Dr. C.W. Bixler Family Foundation, recently pledged $12 million — CU Denver’s largest-ever estate gift — to help make their dreams reality.
Fred Glick, Master of Urban and Regional Planning student, and his partners were awarded a 2017 Mayor's Design Award in the category Distinctive Denver for their Seed Building and Addition at 1500 Market Street.