BNIM's Pacific Center Campus Development (PCCD) project transformed a vehicle-oriented, suburban corporate campus into a pedestrian-oriented, human-centered environment for a major Fortune 500 technology company. It recently won an ENR CA Best Project in Southern California for Office/Retail/Mixed Use. MORE
Christina Hoxie, AICP, Associate Principal, will direct BNIM’s nationally recognized planning studio. Her diverse background of academic and professional work in interiors, architecture, and planning helps Christina find opportunities to develop richly interdisciplinary teams and collaborate with the people of each community to design places, strategize programs and create policies that will help to fulfill their shared vision.
Downtown Kansas City is undergoing a transformation, experiencing an eruption of economic development in excess of $4.5 billion over the past few years. As a result of this new development, the City Planning and Development Department of Kansas City, Missouri formed a partnership with the COR Team, led by BNIM, to create policies designed to make certain that the City is able to maintain the momentum of the urban revitalization, while providing strategies to address the unique issues and needs of neighborhoods within the Greater Downtown Area. The plan addresses housing, transportation, infrastructure, land use, economic development, and urban design issues in the eleven neighborhoods in the greater downtown area. Through a collaborative public participation program four primary objectives were identified: Create a walkable downtown; double the population and employment in the downtown area; retain and promote safe, authentic neighborhoods; and promote sustainability.