150 townhouses may be pulling into unused Innsbrook parking lot

Plan fits into Innsbrook’s goal of becoming a mixed use community over the next several decades.

If a major local developer has its way, 150 townhomes will soon rise from the unused overflow parking lot for Dominion Power. Atack Properties’ plan for The Towns at Innsbrook would theoretically fit well with Innsbrook’s redevelopment goals. The County of Henrico envisions the office park being rezoned gradually over the next few decades to transform it into a mixed use development with housing, retail, office space, and restaurants throughout the current office park.

From Richmond BizSense:

A major local developer wants to bring the area’s biggest office park a taste of residential construction.

Atack Properties plans to build 150 townhomes along Dominion Boulevard. It’s the first residential project at Innsbrook in more than 20 years and the first clear plan amid a potential push for urbanization of the suburban business hub.

“This is not a suburban townhouse development,” said Jim Theobald, a Hirschler Fleischer attorney representing Atack Properties. “It has an urban feel and scale, not unlike a West Broad Village environment.”

Towns at Innsbrook
Atack filed its plans for the Towns at Innsbrook last week.
Atack’s plans, filed last week along with a rezoning request, show 150 townhomes in 24 separate strips. The neighborhood is dubbed The Towns at Innsbrook and will be built on about 12 acres currently used by Dominion Resources for overflow parking.

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Photo: Burl Rolett/Richmond BizSense

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