In July 2019, the Roanoke County Board of Supervisors adopted the 419 Town Center Plan. Development of new design guidelines will provide further guidance on the design of both public and private investments and improvements in the study area. The design guidelines will help shape the built environment, meet community expectations, provide a vibrant public realm, and maintain a consistent character and high quality of design and aesthetic.
Questions? Please contact Philip Thompson, Director of Planning, at: email@example.com or (540) 772-2029.
The 419 Town Center will redefine Roanoke County's largest retail destination as a vibrant, walkable community.
Across the U.S., auto-oriented commercial strips are rapidly changing into pedestrian-friendly, mixed-use town centers and main street settings. With its easy access, strong demographics, and several large property owners, the 419 Town Center is ideal for this kind of redevelopment.
Tanglewood announces new retail tenant SKECHERS
Skechers will occupy a portion of the former Stein Mart space and will be co-located with Burlington. Interior redevelopment is currently underway and the store opening is planned for early fall. Learn more...
Tanglewood welcomes Burlington as their newest retail tenant
Burlington will occupy the former Stein Mart space with interior redevelopment currently underway. Learn more...
Tanglewood announces Chili's and Popeyes restaurants
Two new restaurants will be built on outparcels at Tanglewood Mall. Chili’s and Popeyes will construct new facilities along the Electric Road/Route 419 corridor near Staples and T.J. Maxx. Learn more...
In 2016, Roanoke County began a planning study for roughly 390 acres along Route 419. Anchored by Tanglewood Mall, the area includes the South Peak planned community, vacant property owned by Old Heritage Corporation as well as numerous commercial, office and high-density residential uses. Learn more:
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