Insurance giant Genworth will move employees to temporary space as it redevelops its Richmond, VA headquarters. 

The initial plans call for building a new corporate headquarters but also could include adding other corporate office buildings and space for retail, town homes, apartments and restaurants on the 46-acre property across West Broad Street from the Reynolds Crossing development.

“We are very very early in the process. We soon will start a process to identify and engage the development partner, or partners, that can best work with us to achieve the highest and best use for the campus and support a thriving Richmond community,” Genworth spokesperson Amy Rein said, as reported on

“When we do reopen the offices, we will be using a hybrid approach to work. We’ve been [taking the pulse] of our colleagues along the way to gauge their preferences on work. So we took that feedback and numerous other factors into consideration when we landed on the space” in Reynolds Crossing, Rein said.