By KELLY EMMRICH
Construction in Fredericksburg, especially near the University of Mary Washington campus, is a big concern for some of the Eagle Landing residences, who lived through the building of both the Information Technology Convergence Center and the University Center.
The University of Mary Washington Foundation is in the process of completing the new Hyatt Place Hotel, expected to open in January 2014. The hotel is an addition to the other properties owned by the UMW Foundation, including Eagle Village.
Four houses in the College Heights neighborhood will be demolished to create room for new parking, while the Campus Center is built in place of Chandler Hall this summer, as construction continues around the University of Mary Washington.
In an effort to collect funds promised to the University of Mary Washington by the late Arabelle Arrington before her death, the UMW Foundation has filed a $6.35 million lawsuit against her estate.
In a statement released by the …
After students left campus for winter break last semester, the UMW Foundation announced continuing plans to build a $14 million-plus select-service Eagle Village Hotel across Route 1 between the Eagle Village Executive Offices and Giant supermarket.
The foundation is partnering …
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.
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 …
BY MICHELLE DACHMAN
The UMW Foundation recently bought the Park & Shop Plaza as well as the Pizza Hut and two houses across from campus.
On Dec. 15, UMW Foundation, a non-profit corporation that accepts and manages university funds, bought …
MARY KATE MARKANO
For decades, UMW’s faculty and staff have lobbied for on-site child care. Finally, this fall, the University implemented an alternative program, subsidizing openings at a nearby day care center for children of full time UMW employees. According …