Christina Hoxie


BNIM - AICP Assoc Urban Planner


Quick Bio

Christina Hoxie is a member of BNIM’s nationally recognized planning and landscape studio. With a diverse background in interiors, architecture, and planning, Christina looks for opportunities to integrate design disciplines and work closely with the people of each community to determine policy, programs, and designs that will help to achieve their aspirations for a more resilient future. Her recent projects include Thunder Valley Regenerative Community Development on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation; Flint Hills Frontiers, an ecoregional plan for 19 counties in Kansas; campus plans for the Kansas City Art Institute and Chatham University’s Eden Hall; Marlborough Community Coalition Catalyst Plan; Transit Oriented Development Policy for Kansas City; Southern Indiana Regional Development Plan; and three EPA Greening America’s Capitals projects in the Midwest.

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