Pearl Street is silent, the CU campus feels like a ghost town, and Chautauqua sits empty on a sunny day. The students have moved out and the mountain lions are moving in, so what does this temporary new reality mean for Boulderites?
Although only time will tell, we can predict 10 trends that Boulder will likely see in the near future:
More big businesses will move in – Remember to support your local businesses as much as possible
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