Ten years after the U.S. Congress marked the Fitzsimons Army Medical Center in Aurora for closure, a 20-year, $4.3 billion redevelopment of the 578-acre site could position Colorado as a major biotechnology hub. Congress announced in 1995 during base realignment and closure season that Army operations at Fitzsimons would cease, eliminating 4,000 military and civilian […]

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