The Innsbrook Area Study was approved by the Board of Supervisors on September 14, 2010. The study area contains 1,351 acres and 8,600,000 square feet of office and commercial space.
The area was re-designated for Urban Mixed Use and Traditional Neighborhood Development in the 2026 Comprehensive Plan and due to its location, size, and position as a major economic generator for the County, has the potential to accommodate growth through infill development. The area has the potential to be redeveloped with a mixture of uses that take advantage of existing infrastructure, uses, and population base.
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A copy of the study approved by the Board of Supervisors, and all related maps, can be found here: Approved Land Use Study.
The 2026 Comprehensive Plan was amended to reflect the Innsbrook Area’s designation as an Urban Development Area. A copy of those amendments can be found here: 2026 Comprehensive Plan Amendments for Urban Development Areas.
Questions or comments on the study can be directed to InnsbrookAreaStudy@henrico.us, or you can call the Planning Department at 501-4602.