12/2/2010: What’s in Store?

Eagle Village getting two more tenants

A restaurant and a defense contractor will be moving into Eagle Village.
They are Babaganoush Mediterranean Grill and  CBAI and Associates, which is relocating its corporate headquarters from Fall Hill Avenue.
Babaganoush  is owned by Sanaullah Shaikh and Rebekah Cousins-Shaikh of Stafford County, and will be located between Pancho Villa Express and Blackstone Coffee. It is expected to open in the spring.
 The restaurant will offer traditional Mediterranean fare such as shish-kabobs, wraps, and curry-seasoned chicken and steak dishes.
CBAI provides logistics and program management, information technology support and engineering support to federal, state and local agencies, including Quantico Marine Base. In addition, it has provided support for Department of Defense programs, including the Mine Resistant Ambushed Protected Vehicle currently used in Afghanistan and the Support Wide Area Network satellite communications system.
“Having completed Phase 1 of Eagle Village only a few months ago, we are pleased that our retail space is nearly sixty percent leased and our corporate office space appears to be doing very well with three major tenants in the building and two more spaces pending lease negotiation,” said Jeff Rountree, CEO of the UMW Foundation and president of Eagle Property Holdings, in a prepared statement. “This is much better than we would have expected in this economic climate.”

By cjett on December 2nd, 2010 7:43 pm
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