Aurora officials celebrated a milestone in the renovation of old Copley Hospital on Tuesday with a ribbon-cutting at Weston Bridges — apartments for people with intellectual, cognitive and developmental concerns who want to live on their own.
“This has just been wonderful,” said Mark LaRosa of Aurora, whose son, Parrish, now lives there. “We wanted him to be independent. That is what this building behind us is. It’s impossible to thank them (the developers) enough.”