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White Oak Technology Park is located in picturesque Henrico County, Virginia, directly adjacent to the state’s capital city, Richmond. Known for top-rated schools, a rich and diverse culture and affordable cost of living, Henrico has been recognized as one of the nation’s best-run counties.

Our central location means easy access to road, rail and air travel. Plus, from nature and culture to shopping and dining, there’s plenty to see and do.

When you look at the area around White Oak Technology Park, you’ll see a community on the rise. Drawing from more than 40 localities statewide, Henrico’s labor pool is rich in both diversity and skill set.

We invite you to explore the interactive map below to discover the White Oak area for yourself.

Easy Airport Access

Richmond International Airport (RIC) is located just minutes from White Oak. Having recently completed a $300 million renovation, RIC offers all the amenities of a large airport with the ease and convenience of a small one.

RIC Facts

  • Ranked #2 Most Efficient Airport in North America in 2013*
  • Host to more than 3 million passengers per year
  • Dedicated cargo airlines for UPS and FedEx
  • Designated Foreign Trade Zone 207 (FTZ), which allows businesses to defer customs duties while goods are stored at the airport
  • Moves more than 90 million tons of cargo annually

*According to the Air Transport Research Society

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RIC Direct Flights

  • Atlanta
  • Boston
  • Charlotte
  • Chicago
  • Cincinnati
  • Cleveland
  • Dallas/Ft. Worth
  • Detroit
  • Fort Lauderdale
  • Houston
  • Miami
  • Minneapolis
  • New York
  • Philadelphia
  • Washington, D.C.

RIC Carrier

  • Air Canada
  • AirTran Airways
  • American Airlines
  • Bahamasair
  • Delta Airlines
  • JetBlue
  • Southwest Airlines
  • United Air Lines
  • US Airways
RIC serves 3MM passengers per year
Ranked #2 Most Efficient Airport
Designated Foreign Trade Zone 207
Moves 90 million tons of cargo annually

Nearby Highways & Ports

White Oak Technology Park’s location is ideal. It’s just a half-mile from the intersection of I-295 and I-64 and only minutes from the I-95 corridor and Port of Richmond.

Roadway Facts

  • Henrico is one of only a few counties in Virginia responsible for its own roadways. Their vested interest assures safe, maintained roads.
  • White Oak is minutes from I-95 and just down the road from I-64 and I-295. Downtown Richmond and the majority of shopping, restaurants, hospitals and hotels can be reached within 15 minutes or less.

Port Facts

  • The Port of Richmond is just 20 miles west.
  • Barge service is available between the Port of Richmond and The Port of Virginia, all of which are operated by the Virginia Port Authority.
  • The Port of Virginia is the third-largest container port on the Eastern Seaboard and is 100 miles from Greater Richmond.
  • The Port of Virginia is the only port on the East Coast currently capable of handling post-Panamax ships as first and last port of call.

Variety of Amenities

The White Oak area has plentiful dining, shopping and lodging options. Whether you’re in the mood for a quick bite or casual meal, there are a host of restaurants within a 10-mile radius.

The Shops at White Oak Village are just a short drive from the Park. There, you’ll find major retailers including Target, JCPenney, Lowes and Sam’s Club, as well as a variety of smaller shops.

Rounding out the area's amenities, Hilton, Holiday Inn, Hyatt, Marriott and Sheraton have hotels conveniently located within eight miles of White Oak.

15 miles from downtown Richmond's dining, shopping & lodging
15 miles from Regency Square, a shopping mall
Nearby access to 5 major hotel chains
Close to 2 major drug store chains
Convenient access to 2 major bank branches

Vast Labor Force

Drawing from more than 40 localities statewide, Henrico’s deep labor pool is rich in both diversity and skill set.


  • The Richmond metro area’s total population is 1,270,541.
  • Greater Richmond’s population is 936,597 with a labor force of 676,229.
  • 86% of the population is age 25 and older, holding a high school degree or higher.
  • Nearly 30 colleges and universities offer undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs.
  • More than 14,500 high school students graduate each year.
  • More than 13,000 post-secondary degrees are conferred each year.

Learn more about our regional workforce here

To see what makes our area a highly desirable place to live, work and grow, click here.