419 Town Center
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 Mall Begins Construction on New Outparcels, Announces New Tenant Line-Up
The property will welcome Panda Express, Jersey Mikes, Aspen Dental, Blaze Pizza and Chipotle in two new buildings along Electric Road. Read 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...
Carilion Children's Tanglewood Center to Open in Early October
Extensive renovations are underway, both inside and outside Tanglewood Mall. Officially known as the Carilion Children’s Tanglewood Center, the building is planned to be completed in August 2021, with an official opening in early October. Learn more...
Michaels Announces Grand Opening at Tanglewood Mall
The Michaels arts and crafts store has opened in the former A.C. Moore location. This is the second Michaels location in the Roanoke Valley and the first in Roanoke County.
Chicken Salad Chick Announces Future Tanglewood Location
This fast-casual restaurant is new to the Roanoke market and will be a great addition to the Tanglewood and future 419 Town Center area. Learn more...
New Restaurant Opens in the 419 Town Center
El Mezcal is bringing fresh new ideas to their family's legacy of Mexican food to the Roanoke Valley. It is owned and operated by their local family. Learn more...
Event for business owners held March 18: "Join the Momentum: Investing in the Future of Tanglewood"
Roanoke County Economic Development held a virtual discussion to discuss exciting new investment opportunities with businesses. See what you missed...
419 Town Center Plan Wins A Best of 2021 Award from The Roanoker
The ongoing projects to "Reimagine 419" won the Platinum Award for "Your Best Idea for the Valley's Future" category in the Best of Roanoke 2021 Awards! . Learn more...
First State of the Corridor Meeting
Dr. Michael Friedlander from Fralin Biomedical Research Institute and Dr. Kimberly Dunsmore from Carilion Children's shared insight into the future of Tanglewood Mall and the 419 Corridor. Learn more...
Reimagine 419: Thinking 20 Years Forward
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:
Retail Market Analysis
Information about the type and number of businesses the study area could support:
Residential Market Analysis
Information about the type and number of housing developments the study area could support:
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