The Shops at White Oak Village is a 900,000-square-foot retail development that mixes a pedestrian-friendly shopping design with big box retailers.
The focal point of the lifestyle center is a pedestrian-friendly “Main Street” lined on both sides by smaller retailers. Between the two store groupings is a parklike strip with gardens, fountains, a fire pit and outdoor seating.
KBS work involved a 62,000-square-foot Ukrop’s grocery store, a 170,000-square-foot Lowe’s and 20,000-square-foot PetSmart, a 17,000-square-foot Office Max and the multi-tenant shopping center, including upfits for 16 retailers. The Shops at White Oak Village is located on a 136-acre parcel in eastern Henrico County which was once was the home for Viasystems Technology Corporation.
The Shops at White Oak Village is located on a 136-acre parcel in eastern Henrico County which was once was the home for Viasystems Technology Corporation.
Approximately 77,000 tons of concrete were crushed on site and re-used for foundations, sidewalks and structural support for the center. In addition, 7,500 tons of aluminum, steel, iron, copper, and other metals were recycled and re-used.
The $36 million site package including $4 million of road work along Laburnum Avenue and I-64, east and west bound exit ramp expansions and traffic signals.
KBS has completed four other projects with Forest City in the historic Tobacco Row area of Richmond.