A record 2.84 million dollars was raised in Innsbrook in 2018 in honor of many charitable causes serving the needs of thousands in our community. Nearly 100 events benefited local charities thanks to sponsors, business owners, participants, enthusiastic organizers and the spirit of giving that resonates in Innsbrook and, indeed, throughout RVA.
Innsbrook is the overwhelming choice for business and community events. Since its inception, the Innsbrook Foundation has hosted events that include a strong philanthropic focus. This focus is evident in every single event that takes place in the 650-acre park. The aphorism “rising tides lifts all ships” [John F. Kennedy] was reflected in the growth in events and business in one of the largest business parks in central Virginia. Those rising tides inspired participants, employees, organizers, and visitors to connect to the amazing causes that are championed in Innsbrook every day. 400 companies-strong with 20,000 employees and thousands of visitors leads to touching the lives of others by working and winning together. That is Innsbrook.
The Innsbrook Foundation worked with over 30 charitable organizations in 2018, ranging from names such as Special Olympics and the Alzheimer’s Association to K9s for Warriors and the Henrico Christmas Mother in hopes that we can extend our reach to help those in need. One of the most important ingredients in this recipe is the community. Many came out to support and enjoy events such as Innsbrook’s Paloozas, Table Talks breakfast meetings, countless 5K races hosted by charities themselves, and everything in between in order to support these causes. In addition to fundraising, “fun-raising” was also a mission this year to spread joy to everyone involved in and affected by these positive endeavors.
Volunteers are the backbone to these types of operations. We would be remiss not to mention the thousands of volunteers that filled essential positions during the past year. It takes many determined and caring people to execute the array of events that take place. If you are looking for the spirit of giving, look no further than Innsbrook and the superior organizations we bring into our community.
Innsbrook is a privately-owned office park. The Innsbrook Foundation would like to thank property managers and owners for their support in hosting these events on pristinely maintained grounds, with ample parking, and close to interstate highways. None of these events would be possible without the efforts of the owners and businesses.
Charities that Innsbrook touched in 2018:
American Heart Association
Boys to Men
Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation
Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth
Henrico Christmas Mother
K9s for Warriors
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
Massey Cancer Center
Muscular Dystrophy Association
National Alliance on Mental Illness
National Kidney Foundation
National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Richmond Animal League
Rising Creek Family Connection
Shady Grove YMCA
Special Olympics Virginia Chapter
Jude Children’s Research Hospital
VCU Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Center
Virginia Veterans Services Foundation
Visual Arts Center of Richmond
INNSBROOK MIXED USE PHASE ONE SLATED TO BEGIN
After years of planning and research, Innsbrook’s zoning designation as an Urban Mixed Use “UMU” development is coming to fruition. Developers plan to break ground on phase 1 by the end of November at the corner of Innslake Drive and Dominion Boulevard in Innsbrook.
“We saw the potential value in Innsbrook right away”, said developer Richard Souter of WVS Companies. WAM Associates LLC, led by Joe Marchetti Jr., along with Richmond-based WVS, filed their updated plans last month for the second phase of their Innslake Place apartment development at 4235 Innslake Place in Innsbrook.
The first phase calls for a five-story, 100-unit apartment complex on the corner of Innslake Drive and Dominion Boulevard. The second phase of 123 units will extend above a surface parking lot next door to the Benchmark Mortgage Company building on the site. The development will include a 255-space parking deck for office tenants and residents, and a courtyard and improved walkways with upscale landscaping. “Innsbrook is already the heart of business in Henrico and one of the largest business parks in the state. The future is urban so we are taking the lead with this project as we begin to actualize the vision of the Innsbrook Architectural Review Committee for the future growth and densification of Innsbrook”, Richard Souter, continued. The first phase of Innslake Place is slated to be finished by the first quarter of 2020.
Innsbrook business park was the brain child of founders, Sidney Gunst and Paul Kreckman nearly 4 decades ago. While history certainly has its place, it is also important to continue to keep pace with changes in trends. With this in mind, Mr. Gunst and Mr. Kreckman, along with the Innsbrook Owners Association, decided to make plans for “Innsbrook Next”. Innsbrook business park is managed by Highwoods Properties which owns the largest percentage of property in Innsbrook. “Highwoods Properties is thrilled for the first new residential apartment community in Innsbrook Corporate Center to become reality in the near future. We have thousands of office customers who enjoy the many amenities of Innsbrook and this project is a validation of the desirable ‘live, work, play’”, remarked Highwoods Properties’ Richmond Lead and Vice President, Jane DuFrane.
In addition to the 400 companies and 20,000 employees that call Innsbrook their home for business, thousands more come to Innsbrook each year for entertainment, community engagement, retail opportunities, and for the pristinely landscaped natural features of Innsbrook which include more than 5 miles of walking trails and 36 acres of man-made lakes. To say that Innsbrook is unique is an understatement. “With built-in retail in the Innsbrook Shoppes, which is walking distance from the apartment development, this was the perfect location for our project”, Souter commented.
“The Innsbrook Foundation team will continue to build on the 80-100 events that we host and oversee in Innsbrook each year. Plans are already underway to add programming that reflects the needs and interests of our expanded community”, remarked Innsbrook Foundation Executive Director, Yvonne Mastromano.
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Calling all music lovers! We are looking for volunteers to work the shows at Innsbrook After Hours. Volunteering in Innsbrook is a unique and fun experience that includes many benefits to you. Some of these include:
- Free admission to the show
- Free parking,
- A provided meal
- Plenty of water
- Added benefits
- Fun with your friends, old and new!
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These events are held throughout the year offering something for just about every person and interest while keeping you in touch with the Innsbrook Community.
New Retail Addition At The Corner Of Dominion Blvd. And Broad Street Rd. & New Nuckols Rd. Traffic Pattern
Community Growth: New Retail Center at the Dominion Shoppes
The Innsbrook retail community is growing on Broad Street Rd. at the entrance to Innsbrook. Construction is now complete at the former Texaco and jewelry store locations. This site, approximately 2.5 acres, was 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 is The 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.
The Dominion Shoppes tenants mix includes 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; Whitley’s Peanut Factory; as well as American Family Care, an urgent care and accessible primary care walk-in clinic. This new development, featuring the addition of exciting new retail space into the Innsbrook tenant mix, is now open and ready for business!
Growing Innsbrook for Your Growing Needs: New Traffic Pattern on Nuckols Road
The Innsbrook Owners Association met recently with Henrico County traffic officials and finalized plans for road expansion in Innsbrook. The road work will help to accommodate the retail and residential expansion that is currently going on and will be a part of the next phase of Innsbrook development. Signs are already visible on Nuckols road on the northbound side where work will begin later this month to ease rush hour traffic flow. Work will be restricted to non-rush hour time periods of 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., daily, Monday through Friday. Work is expected to be completed by year’s end.
If you have an event, then Innsbrook has a place for it! From fundraisers to corporate outings, Innsbrook Facility Rentals offers a wide array of venues that can be suitable for your event. The Innsbrook Foundation is a non-profit organization with a highly responsible team of volunteers and staff that would enhance and ensure the event runs smoothly. Countless successful organizations and events have taken place in Innsbrook such as Color Me Rad 5k and Innsbrook After Hours.
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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?
4600 Cox Rd., Salon A
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