Reynolds Crossing

HG provided design services for three separate developers on this sprawling 90 acre office and retail Henrico development at Glenside Drive and Forest Avenue.

Planning and design for Walmart, Wilton Cos. and Reynolds Development Group provided HG with three distinct project types to fit the different budget for the mixed-use landscape, and influencing the stormwater design, vehicular flow and parking patterns, and different amenities, conveniences, and features, depending on each parcels' use.

As a gateway property connecting I-64 exit/entry to the area's Near West End, stakeholders wanted designers to create a crowning and iconic feature at the development's entrance and hired Dave Gerstenmaier and the HG team.  The result is the Bon Secours Heart Institute fountain, situated on the sloping Southwest corner of the property's entry.  Over years of development, HG continued to work with Bon Secours and Reynolds to design the Imaging Center in the same office park, as well as exteriors for all four Medical Office Buildings for MetLife, Bon Secours Richmond Health System, Virginia Urology, and the Virginia Cancer Institute.
Location
Henrico, VA
CLIENT
Walmart
Wilton Cos.
Reynolds Development Group
CONSTRUCTION COST
$60 million (approximately)
DATES
Start: 2000
Completion: Currently In Design
DISCIPLINES
Landscape Architecture
TEAM
David Gerstenmaier, PLA