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Modern and stylish one and two bedroom apartments in beautiful downtown Roanoke VA
• Hardwood floors
• Central heat/air
• Stainless steel appliances
• Solid surface countertops
• Ceiling fans in living room and bedrooms
• Cable TV, Internet, and water/sewer service
• Secure building access
• Private exercise facility
• Bicycle racks
• Communal areas: rooftop and springhouse
• Self storage units
• Limit 2 per unit (no exotics)
SIngle Bedroom Unit
Double Bedroom Unit
Roanoke has earned the nickname "Star City of the South" by being the recreational, cultural and business hub of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains. The nickname is also attributed to the iconic Roanoke Star, which sits atop Mill Mountain and overlooks the entire region.
The region boasts a unique railroad heritage, serving as home to the Virginia Museum of Transportation and its incredible collection of locomotives.The surrounding cities and counties that make up the Roanoke Valley host more festivals and cultural events than any place west of Richmond, and there's a vibrant nightlife scene that continues to grow.
With an outstanding offering of cultural activities and outdoor opportunities, the only difficult decision will be figuring out which things you won't have time to enjoy during your visit - from a relaxing time at the spa to the excitement of live sporting events or a shopping spree, it's all part of the fun in Virginia's Blue Ridge!
Things to do in Roanoke, Va
An 8-story tower was constructed, adjoining the 6-story section that withstood the fire, and and the new hotel was named the Ponce de Leon. Designed with lavish interior and geometric architecture patterns, this structure exemplified art deco motifs that were popular in America at the time.
The original structure at the corner of 2nd street and Campbell Avenue was built and named the Trout House, a 5-story hotel. It capitalized on its construction directly above the underground spring of Lick Run. Allegedly, owners stocked the spring with trout and served them in the hotel restaurant. In the 1920’s, owners expanded with a 6-story addition along Campbell Avenue. Ultimately, a fire destroyed the original 5-story segment in 1930.
During the 1970’s, the Ponce de Leon transformed from a hotel into an office building under new ownership. Growing demands of what had become Downtown Roanoke’s business district necessitated the operational shift. At this point, much of its characteristic design was covered or repurposed, in favor of simpler commercial features.
The Ponce de Leon is now revived as a mixed-use property offering apartments and commercial space. Historic elements from the 1930’s building have been recovered and restored.
The Ponce de Leon offers grand interior space for special events, such as weddings, cocktail functions, and charity events. The expansive lobby is a multi-level space with soaring ceilings, fountains, and gorgeous art deco elements. It’s the perfect place for a party!
The Ponce de Leon offers a full commercial catering kitchen, staging area, and easy access for loading and unloading. Contact us for pricing and scheduling information.
Call Waldvogel for details – (540) 342-0800
Commercial / Retail Space
The ground floor of the Ponce de Leon offers businesses prime visibility in the downtown Roanoke scene. Situated at the confluence of the Municipal, Financial, and Residential Districts of Downtown Roanoke, the building occupies a prominent corner of 2nd Street and Campbell Avenue. The vehicular and pedestrian traffic along this corridor rank among the highest in the Central Business District. This is a great location for office, retail, personal services, and restaurants.