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Eagle Village Refinanced For Lower Interest Rates

By RUTH DALRYMPLE The University of Mary Washington Foundation, which owns Eagle Landing, has just announced that it will be refinancing the debt associated with the Eagle Village apartment building in order to take advantage of more favorable interest rates. According to Jeff Rountree, CEO of the UMW Foundation, the refinancing and restructuring process will […]

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Eagle Village Business Space Fills up Quickly

Eagle Village Business Space Fills up Quickly

By PAULINA KOSTUROS Despite the hard economic times, Eagle Village is proving to be a lucrative location for area businesses. Chief Executive Officer of the UMW Foundation and President of Eagle Property Holdings Jeff Rountree is very pleased with the new retailers, which include Salad Creations, Blackstone Coffee, and Hometown Grill. “We of course own nearly […]

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Hotel Proposed for Eagle Village

Hotel Proposed for Eagle Village

By FRANCES WOMBLE Although students moved into Eagle Landing in August, Eagle Village is far from complete. According to Chief Executive Officer of UMW Foundation and President of Eagle Property Holdings Jeff Rountree, the UMW Foundation is exploring the possibility of constructing a hotel in Eagle Village. “We have done a market survey,” he said, […]

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New Grill Not Quite a Home Run

New Grill Not Quite a Home Run

As one of the newest businesses to open its doors in Eagle Village, Home Team Grill provides yet another option for anyone looking to dine out in Fredericksburg. Started in Richmond, Home Team Grill now has three locations. Although it offers everything one might expect from a sports bar and certainly doesn’t aim to reinvent […]

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Police Beat 1/20/11

Jan. 2, 7:28 a.m.: Police responded to a report at 622 Wolf. St. and recovered stolen university property. The investigation is pending. Jan. 2, 4 p.m.: University police responded to a report of vandalism in the Eagle Village parking deck. Investigation is pending. Jan. 8, 4 p.m.: Police responded to a report of larceny at […]

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New Restaurant Offers Healthy Alternative to Nearby Fast Food

New Restaurant Offers Healthy Alternative to Nearby Fast Food

Salad Creations, the first restaurant in Eagle Village, opened last Thursday. According to the store manager, Sharon King, the restaurant serves about 200 customers every day. Students are usually there in the evening, King said. Senior Bethany Farrell said she is very excited to have the first restaurant open, since she lives in Eagle Village. […]

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Flaws in Eagle Landing Cause Mixed Emotions

Flaws in Eagle Landing Cause Mixed Emotions

Eagle Landing, the $60.5 million new apartment building, has gotten off to a rough start. Now that all the students have moved in, residents are beginning to find many problems that went unnoticed during construction. Chris Porter, director of residence life, describes this as fairly normal for new buildings. “Any time you move into a […]

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Housing Next Year: Randolph to Close, Others No Longer Freshmen

Housing Next Year: Randolph to Close, Others No Longer Freshmen

BY MICHELLE DACHMAN Residence Life recently announced  that residence halls previously considered upperclassmen dorms, will now be made freshmen, along with other changes to take place over the summer. According to Chris Porter, director of residence life, with Eagle Village under construction and expected to open this Fall 2010, there will be 624 new units  […]

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New Eagle Landing Apartments Not Helpful to UMW Students Financially

The UMW community has been excited about Eagle Village for over a year. Students, professors and administrators have watched it go up piece by piece, and the excitement has become more and more tangible. As UMW approaches the annual on-campus housing contract and selection period, many students have begun to work out their living plans […]

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