COLUMBIA, Mo. - After months of delays due to construction and problems with contractors, the final 60-90 students have moved into the student housing complex Aspen Heights.
Stuart Watkins, a spokesperson for Aspen Heights, said delays like those are normal in student housing complexes. Aspen Heights tried to make up for the problems by putting the students who's houses weren't ready yet in temporary housing, and even by compensating them.
"We're really excited, the neighborhood looks great. It turned out exceptionally well and we're excited to get everyone here and in their houses," said Watkins.
Watkins said crews at Aspen Heights are ready to put the past behind them and move forward in a positive way.
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