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This is where businesses thrive and residents live, work, and play. Homes and office buildings are connected by natural green spaces and miles of walking trails. This is Innsbrook, and it’s been the model for life-work balance since 1979.


This is the perfect place for a life of wellness, with great schools and a true sense of community.


Innsbrook is home to more than 500 businesses and 22,000 employees – with room to grow.


With festivals, musical performances, charity walks, lunchtime food trucks, and after-hours gathering spots, Innsbrook is a major attraction for having fun.


Office space, retail, and services are all part of this community.

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Upcoming Events

  • Innsbrook's Biggest Loser

    February 2nd, 2021 - March 30th, 2021

    Innsbrook’s Biggest Loser is here! Registrants will have access to virtual forums with local experts, a Facebook page for community engagement with health and fitness tips, prizes, and more. Be one of the first 50 people to sign up and you could win a $25 Amazon gift card. Register for free today!

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  • Yoga with Kathi Sheffield

    March 3, 2021 // 12:30 PM - 1:15 PM

    Kathi Sheffield is a professional certified Yoga and Pilates instructor and Certified Personal Trainer. Kathi has been in the fitness industry for 40 years and has taught thousands of Yoga, Pilates, group exercise, and strength-training classes, and private lessons. Currently, Kathi is leading both group and private lessons for people who want to increase strength and flexibility, have a stronger connection between mind and body and find non-invasive solutions to back pain, headaches, and many other health challenges. Come join Kathi at this week's Wellness Forum and learn chair Yoga! She will walk you through easy poses that can be performed in an office or at home to help alleviate stress and body pains. Armless chairs are recommended for this event.

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  • March 18: Henrico Chief of Police - Eric D. English

    03/18/21 // 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

    Chief of Police, Eric D. English was sworn in as Henrico County’s Chief of Police on September 14, 2020. Prior to joining the Division, he served with the City of Richmond Police Department and was named Chief of Police of the Harrisonburg Police Department. Chief English, holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Richmond and a master’s degree from Virginia Commonwealth University. This is a free online event.

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