Visitors to Hillsboro Oregon that want to find everything in one convenient location seven days a week should visit The Streets of Tanasbourne. While the shopping center may not be a step back in time it is peaceful setting that ensures a relaxing and enjoyable experience.
The Streets of Tanasbourne is open from 10am until 9pm Monday through Saturday and from 11am until 6pm on Sunday. The shopping center cost approximately fifty-five million dollars to build and is designed to imitate older shopping districts. The original plans were announced during 1999 for nineteen acres. The shopping center was the last of the developments in the Tanasbourne Town Center project. Federally Realty Investment Trust let the project go to Continental Real Estate and the name was changed to the Streets of Tanasbourne.
The construction of the Streets of Tanasbourne began during 2003 with Meier & Frank opening during October of 2004. Other stores in the development opened later the same month. During November of 2006 the grand opening for the complex which is 386,000 square feet was held. There are fifty-five stores in the open air complex that is designed to resemble old fashion town squares, there is parking available on the streets.
Getting to the Streets of Tanasbourne is simple. Follow US-26 west to exit 64, take a left onto NW 185th Avenue. When you get to North West Cornell Road follow it until you see the Streets of Tanasbourne.
The Streets of Tanasbourne belongs to the Beaverton Chamber of Commerce as well as the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce which are both active in promoting the businesses and community environment of the area. All coins tossed into the fountain of the development are donated to Community Action. There has been at least $3,000 donated by the patrons of the Streets of Tanasbourne.
The Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve sets up displays of birdbaths and birdhouses in the streets each spring. The competition known as the Tweet of Dreams benefits the preserve which is 725 acres dedicated to preserving wildlife located more than five miles from the development. The facility also supports Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks and Minerals by giving the facility exposure. Washington County Visitor Association is another of the community based associations that the Streets of Tanasbourne supports.
Patrons of the Streets of Tanasbourne can purchase clothing for men, women and children, shoes, electronics, beauty products or jewelry. There are also stores selling health and beauty products, recreational equipment and still more offering services. There are also restaurants available for patron's enjoyment at the Streets of Tanasbourne.
Among the stores at The Streets of Tanasbourne are A Pea in the Pod, Abercrombie and Justice. Lane Bryant, American Eagle and Lenscrafters can also be found in the development for patrons to ensure that they can get the majority of their needs met in one place. Anyone in the Hillsboro, Oregon area that prefers the feel of a small town to a large indoor mall will enjoy the Streets of Tanasbourne.