WHAT’S NEXT AT INNSBROOK.

New Retail Addition At The Corner Of Dominion Boulevard And Broad Street

The Innsbrook retail community is growing on Broad Street at the entrance to Innsbrook.  Construction is underway at the former Texaco and jewelry store locations.  This site, approximately 2.5 acres, is being demolished and cleared to make room for a 12,300 square foot retail center.  The parcel is just west, adjacent to the Innsbrook Shoppes.  The name for the retail center will be Dominion Shoppes, located at 4101 Dominion Boulevard, on the corner where Dominion Boulevard and Broad Street intersect.  According to a Richmond news source, Richmond-based Cushman and Wakefield Thalhimer represented the buyer in purchase of the property and leasing.

Upon completion, tenants will include California-based Blaze Pizza, a build-your-own artisan pizza shop; Noodles and Company, a restaurant serving up a variety of noodle dishes, pastas, salads, and more; a drive-thru Starbucks; as well as American Family Care, an urgent care and accessible primary care walk-in clinic.  This new development will be scheduled to open during the third quarter of 2017.  The developer, a North Carolina-based firm, Balleau Wood Development, is investing an estimated $6 million into the project.  Stay tuned for more updates on Innsbrook.com.  Paul Kreckman, President of the Innsbrook Owners’ Association, stated, “With this highly visible construction project at the entrance to Innsbrook, along with county-planned road improvement projects scheduled for 2017 in and around Innsbrook, we are starting to reframe the next chapter of Innsbrook’s development future that we call Innsbrook Next.”

Top Music Acts Coming to Central Virginia’s Top Mid-Week Concert Venue–Innsbrook After Hours

Temptations, Four Tops, Lynyrd Skynyrd Tickets On Sale Now… Innsbrook After Hours 2017 Season Lineup Kicks Off!

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It may still be early in the concert season, but the Innsbrook After Hours lineup is already starting to heat up for the spring and summer.  Join in on the fun at Innsbrook After Hours! In its 32nd year, it is one of the longest-running mid-week concert series in Central Virginia.  This Innsbrook After Hours season is attracting some national acts like the Temptations, Four Tops, Lee Brice, 311, Dark Star Orchestra, Kip Moore, Blackberry Smoke, and concert-goer favorite, Lynyrd Skynyrd.  Stay tuned to Innsbrook After Hours as concerts are being added throughout the season.  Reserve your tickets now!

Innsbrook After Hours is a long-standing business and community asset.  It brings people and area businesses together from all around the state to experience and enjoy this signature event.  With a huge following built over 32 years and growing, the Innsbrook After Hours concert series continues to attract people outside the office environment to mix, mingle, and have a good time.  It provides an opportunity to get up-close and personal with a wide variety of big-name national acts in a comfortable atmosphere.  With 60,000-plus people attending each seasonal concert series, Innsbrook After Hours has created an enduring tradition of exceptional entertainment in Richmond, garnering the reputation as Central Virginia’s longest-running mid-week concert series.innsbrook_afh_2016-01

“From its humble beginning in 1985 as a once-a-year event, Innsbrook After Hours grew into more than we had ever imagined.  This year, as we move into our 32nd year, we salute those volunteers that have been with us since concert one.” -Yvonne Nelson, Executive Director, Innsbrook Foundation

VIEW CONCERT SCHEDULE – CLICK HERE!

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St. Paddy’s Palooza Update

St.  Paddy’s Palooza and St.  Baldrick’s Event Update!

 

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Here is a picture of Team Highwoods at the St.  Baldrick’s Charity Event. Steve Lacey, Steve Winfree, Brian Menditto, and Joey Menditto

Congratulations to Team Highwoods and all who came out to Innsbrook’s annual St.  Paddy’s Palooza benefitting the St.  Baldrick’s Foundation on March 18! Also, we thank and recognize every volunteer, sponsor and shavee who helped the event to be such a success.  We raised much needed funds that will go a long way for research through this day of fun for the whole family, rooted in a great cause with The St.  Baldrick’s Foundation as our charity partner.  The St.  Baldrick’s Foundation is a volunteer-driven charity committed to funding the most promising research to find cures for childhood cancers and giving survivors long and healthy lives.

We would like to recognize and thank everyone who volunteered to be “shavees” for the event to bring the slogan, “Going Bald For A Cure,” to life.  These volunteers collected donations for the St.  Baldrick’s Foundation to support cancer research. In exchange for the funds, volunteers agreed to have their heads shaved to show solidarity with children who lose their hair during cancer treatment.

There are many children and families in our area affected by cancer, like Beckett Wyatt, who was honored at this year’s St.  Paddy’s Palooza. 

READ MORE about Beckett’s story. 

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The Proper Way of Disposing Confidential Documents, Thursday, May 11

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The Safety Alliance Meeting usually takes place on the second Thursday of every month from 8:00 a.m.  – 9:00 a.m.  However, once each quarter, it will be held on the first Thursday of the month as a lunch meeting from 11:30 a.m.  – 1:00 p.m.  All meetings are FREE.  See details, information and special dates below.

Why Do We Meet?
-Information sharing
-Henrico County Community News
-Innsbrook Community News
-Safety and security awareness

Who Is Invited To Attend
-Property managers
-Office managers
-Human resource managers
-Business owners
-Neighborhood association members
-Property owners or designers

Topics For Discussion
-Safety and security in Innsbrook and Henrico County
-Fire Department services
-Emergency preparedness plans
-Henrico County administration
-Allied universal security—trends/tips
-Current events impacting safety/security/roads

Morning meetings (8 a.m.  – 9 a.m.)
-Second Thursday of each month
-Location: 4600 Cox Road Salon A
-Breakfast treats to be served
-April 13th – Mail Fraud
-May 11th – The Proper Way of Disposing Confidential Documents

Lunch meetings (11:30 a.m.  – 1:00 p.m.)
-Location: 4600 Cox Road Salon A
-March 2nd – Credit Card Skimmers: Allied Universal/Henrico Police Department
-June 1st – Allied Universal/Henrico Emergency Management
-September 7th – Henrico Conty Public Works/Roads
-November 2nd – Holiday Season Tips; Allied Universal/Henrico Police Department

Communications And Marketing Venues
-Innsbrook.com and iTimes
-Security meet and greets
-Property management organizations
-Human resource organizations
-Small business organizations
-Henrico County News
-Home owners associations

Innsbrook Welcomes VCU Healthcare

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Growth continues in Innsbrook’s Central Business District with the recent announcement that Lingerfelt Commonwealth Partners signed a 135,000 square foot lease with Virginia Premier Health Plan Inc., a managed care insurance organization owned by VCU Health, set to occupy the entire Liberty Plaza II building at 10800 Nuckols Road.

With the announcement of this lease, Innsbrook is extending its healthcare-related footprint.  This healthcare nonprofit has ties to VCU, and is extending its downtown operations to Innsbrook.  Welcome Virginia Premier Health Plan Inc.  and VCU to the Innsbrook landscape.  Scheduled for move in 2017.

Join Us for Innsbrook’s Monthly Wellness Forums

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It’s time to put your New Year’s resolutions to work!

It’ time to put your New Year’s resolutions to work! Join us for Innsbrook’s monthly wellness forums.  Every month, The Wellness Committee presents a series of speakers and topics.  Innsbrook Wellness Committee provides an avenue of information by promoting fitness, nutrition and educational opportunities, all in the spirit of wellness.  Use your lunch break to gain valuable knowledge on how to take better care of yourself.  It’s the people that make Innsbrook such a wonderful community and we want the people of Innsbrook to be both happy and healthy.  Visit our wellness forum every second Thursday of the month to hear from experts on an array of health related topics and enjoy a light lunch.  Did we mention it’s free to the public?

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Join Us For The Safety Alliance Meeting, Thursday, March 2

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The Safety Alliance Meeting usually takes place on the second Thursday of every month from 8:00 a.m.  – 9:00 a.m.  However, once each quarter, it will be held on the first Thursday of the month as a lunch meeting from 11:30 a.m.  – 1:00 p.m.  All meetings are FREE.  See details, information and special dates below.

Why Do We Meet?
-Information sharing
-Henrico County Community News
-Innsbrook Community News
-Safety and security awareness

Who Is Invited To Attend
-Property managers
-Office managers
-Human resource managers
-Business owners
-Neighborhood association members
-Property owners or designers

Topics For Discussion
-Safety and security in Innsbrook and Henrico County
-Fire Department services
-Emergency preparedness plans
-Henrico County administration
-Allied universal security—trends/tips
-Current events impacting safety/security/roads

Morning meetings (8 a.m.  – 9 a.m.)
-Second Thursday of each month
-Location: 4600 Cox Road Salon A
-Breakfast treats to be served

Lunch meetings (11:30 a.m.  – 1:00 p.m.)
-Location: 4600 Cox Road Salon A
-March 2nd – Credit Card Skimmers: Allied Universal/Henrico Police Department
-June 1st – Allied Universal/Henrico Emergency Management
-September 7th – Henrico Conty Public Works/Roads
-November 2nd – Holiday Season Tips; Allied Universal/Henrico Police Department

Communications And Marketing Venues
-Innsbrook.com and iTimes
-Security meet and greets
-Property management organizations
-Human resource organizations
-Small business organizations
-Henrico County News
-Home owners associations

In The Spirit Of Holiday Giving We Say Thank You!

“The power of your giving is amplified in Innsbrook because of the many great venues we have for successful event presentations.  Throughout 2016, over 70 events took place in Innsbrook and 2.2 million dollars were raised for local charities”

The spirit of giving back has been an integral part of Innsbrook’s culture from the beginning.  We send out a big thank you to all of the Innsbrook Foundation’s extended partners, volunteers, event staff, board members, and all of those who have been involved as our 2016 sponsors.  It is through their generous support that the foundation is capable of launching so many worthwhile events that contribute to community causes.  Because of our sponsors, we are able to give back and contribute to causes greater than ourselves.

The Innsbrook Foundation is a non-profit organization that is excited to present the many 2016 charities that benefitted from Innsbrook’s spirit of giving.


Benefitting Charities:

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• St.  Baldrick’s Foundation
• Young Life – Richmond West End
• United Nation of Organ Sharing
• Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation
• VCU’s Parkinson and Movement Disorder Center
• National Multiple Sclerosis Society
• Virginia Tech Richmond Alumni Scholarship Fund
• Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
• Autism Society
• March of Dimes
• American Cancer Society
• Jack and Abby Neonatal Foundation
• FeedMore
• Henrico Christmas Mother
• St.  Joseph’s Villa
• Special Olympics Virginia
• American Diabetes Foundation
• Down Syndrome Association of Greater Richmond
• National Alliance on Mental Illness
• Kidney Foundation
• Alzheimer’s Association
• Toys for Tots


Estimated amount raised for charities in Innsbrook: $2,233,241.

The Story of Innsbrook Starts with Community

Many Hands Make Light Work

 

With the adage in mind that “many hands make light work,” we journeyed into the uncharted territory of renovating the Innsbrook Foundation Office to create an atmosphere that would better reflect the rich history and pristine beauty of Innsbrook.  Our adventure quickly proved to be an extraordinary opportunity to tell Innsbrook’s story through the introduction of elm accent walls representing the elm trees that once lined the entrance of Innsbrook.  These unique walls now provide a creative anchor for the reclaimed lettering from the original Innsbrook monument sign.  Lining other walls are photos of the signature events of Innsbrook that help us bring the members of our community together and partner with generous sponsors and local charities that benefit from these events.

Carter Marchant, President, Innsbrook Foundation Board leading by example.
Carter Marchant, President, Innsbrook Foundation Board.
Dave Cummings, Secretary, Innsbrook Foundation Board.
Dave Cummings, Secretary, Innsbrook Foundation Board.
Bruce Kay, Past President, Innsbrook Foundation Board, paints - suit and all.
Bruce Kay, Past President, Innsbrook Foundation Board, paints – suit and all.
Treasurer of the Foundation Board, Hank Robertson and Tim Jancsics teaming up for the future of Innsbrook.
Treasurer of the Foundation Board, Hank Robertson and Tim Jancsics teaming up for the future of Innsbrook.

We have many to thank for our beautiful, new home.  Hank Robertson, Director of Operations for Highwoods Properties, worked tirelessly to create a plan and layout for the new offices. With the assistance of Planning and Design Manager, Christie Terry and Interior Designer, Kayla Newton, the Highwoods Design Gallery was able to innovate our work space into a more functional, brighter and more up-to-date and professional environment. Without Hank’s and Christie’s donation of time and talent, the renovation would simply not have been possible. Heartfelt thanks also to Bruce Kay, Vice President of Markel Corporation, for the provision of a temporary work space during the renovation and the generous donation of beautiful glass framing and furniture to the office. Special thanks to Joanne Miller, Account Manager for Shaw Contract Group for their generous donation of handsome commercial flooring for the entire office suite.  The carpet and tiles provide a professional yet stylish interior for our suite. We also received a flat screen television from Carter Marchant, General Manager of Hilton Garden Inn, which put a nice finishing touch on our new board room. Elm wrap around on the reception desk, elm accent walls and an endless waterfall elm table for the board room were all designed and created through a most amazing donation of time and talent from Hank Robertson and Tim Jancsics of Highwoods Properties.  Their master carpentry skills added a unique flavor to our office that will leave you breathless! Come visit us so we can create meaningful partnerships with you for the new year! Many thanks to the Innsbrook Foundation Board and staff members who came together to paint during the renovation: Carter Marchant, Bruce Kay, Dave Cummings, Brian Menditto, Patricia Hogan, Matthew Turner, Sandy Kuhn, Jeffrey Tuck, and Sharhonda Scott, Director of Security for Allied Universal Patrol at Innsbrook.

The foundation of our partnerships and friendships can make amazing things happen for all of us in the new year!

Wishing you and yours the special joys of the holiday season! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

 

Brian Menditto, Innsbrook Foundation Board member, serves up the paint.
Brian Menditto, Innsbrook Foundation Board Officer serves up the paint.
Granite table top for the new Innsbrook Foundation conference room makes its debut.
Granite table top for the new Innsbrook Foundation conference room makes its debut.

 

Yvonne Nelson, Executive Director of Innsbrook Foundation.
Yvonne Nelson, Executive Director of Innsbrook Foundation.
Matthew Turner, Communication and Events Director of Innsbrook Foundation.
Matthew Turner, Communication and Events Director of Innsbrook Foundation.

 

Jeffrey Tuck, Innsbrook Foundation Accountant.
Jeffrey Tuck, Innsbrook Foundation Accountant.
Sandy Kuhn, Events Coordinator of Innsbrook Foundation.
Sandy Kuhn, Events Coordinator of the Innsbrook Foundation.