FREDERICKSBURG, VA - Concord Eastridge has completed the $115 million first phase of Eagle Village, a mixed-use development featuring student housing for the University of Mary Washington, and office, retail and hospitality uses. The first phase included a 624-bed, five-story student housing complex that opened in August. The university owns the 21-acre property that was originally the Fredericksburg Park & Shop retail center.
Source: Concord Eastridge
Concord Eastridge is the master developer and directed the master planning and redevelopment of the property. Subsequent phases of the development will include retail, housing, office and hospitality uses.
The rooms at the university housing complex incorporate amenities like granite countertops and stainless steel appliances designed to make on-campus student living highly desirable. Common areas include a large meeting room for parties, movie nights and other gatherings; a billiards room; and a large fireplace with a 55-inch flat-screen television.
Concord Eastridge is an experienced national real estate development firm focused on public/private and mixed-use real estate development in association with universities and colleges, public entities, not-for-profit organizations and other institutions. The senior leadership team of Concord Eastridge is staffed by interdisciplinary professionals with more than 250 years of collective experience in the execution of more than $7.5 billion in real estate development projects and real property transactions. The company operates on a national platform with offices in Arlington, Va., Scottsdale, Ariz., and Orlando, Fla.