Aurora Business

“It’s going to be easier to compare loan offers, and when you close it’s going to be easier to check to see if you’re getting the loan that you were promised,” said Holden Lewis, a mortgage analyst at

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An artist’s rendering of The Forum ~ Fitzsimons, a Catalina Development Company project set to include 397 rental homes and 28,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space at the corner of Colfax Avenue and Potomac Street. Photo provided

When the University of Colorado Denver first moved to Aurora in 2007, city officials anticipated that the surrounding north Aurora neighborhood, one dotted with scads of dingy hotels and motels, would be systematically replaced with posh new developments.

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FILE - In this April 22, 2007 file photo, a doctoral student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology reads outside a building at the Cambridge, Mass. campus.  MIT is announcing a pilot graduate program and students will take the first part entirely through MOOCs (massive open online courses).  Under the plan, students will pay a fee to get course credit, basically taking classes for a fraction of an MIT tuition. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer, File)

“The rising cost of education, combined with the transformative potential of online teaching and learning technologies, presents a long-term challenge that no university can afford to ignore,” MIT President L. Rafael Reif said in a statement. “At MIT, we are choosing to meet this challenge directly by assessing the educational model that has served the Institute so well for so long.”

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