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Transformation of Innsbrook begins to take shape with urban mixed use proposal

Henrico planning officials will consider a request to transform a parcel in Innsbrook from a traditional office use to Urban Mixed Use on Thursday.

Trevor Dickerson

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Remember all the talk of Innsbrook being transformed from a suburban office park into an urban mixed use development over time? That vision could begin to take shape if plans are approved to transform a parcel with a traditional office building and surrounding parking lot into a more urban-scale development.

Richmond BizSense has all the details:

A rare rezoning request under Henrico County’s new urban mixed-use (UMU) zoning district is set to go before the planning commission at its meeting this Thursday. The request could transform a 4-acre parcel at the southeast corner of Innslake Drive and Dominion Boulevard from an individual office building into a mix of residential and office uses.

Read on to learn more about the proposed uses on the property, who’s behind the venture, and more right here.

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Trevor Dickerson is the Editor and Co-Founder of RVAHub.