Cook Inlet Housing Opens Creekview Plaza II and Woven House in Muldoon
Mixed-use development, senior rental housing projects offer independent living, continued revitalization of east Anchorage community
Digital rendering of Creekview Plaza II
Cook Inlet Housing Authority
ANCHORAGE —Cook Inlet Housing Authority (CIHA) will hold a grand opening celebration this Wednesday for two housing developments opening in Muldoon. Creekview Plaza II features 18 one-bedroom apartments in a mixed-use building, with retail space at the street level. Woven House offers independent senior rental housing for residents aged 55 years or older. These developments are the continuation of the Creekside Town Center concept to bring affordable, independent living opportunities to Muldoon, which began with construction of Grass Creek Village in 2008. Completion of Creekview Plaza II and Woven House bring to 282 the number of rental housing apartments at Creekside Town Center.
“We designed Creekside Town Center with a mixture of retail and services in order to enhance residents’ sense of well-being among their peers while encouraging active participation in the Anchorage community,” said Carol Gore, CEO of CIHA. “We’re thrilled to complete these next housing opportunities for east Anchorage.”
Located at 7905 Creekside Center Drive at the intersection with Muldoon Road, Creekview Plaza II accommodates households from low income to market rate and is fully accessible for residents who require those features. This mixed-use building has two retail spaces on the ground floor. Northrim Bank will be opening a new Eastside Community Branch in one of the two available spaces at the end of October.
Woven House, located slightly south of Creekview Plaza II at Muldoon Road and Creekside Center Drive, features 39 apartments located in two sister buildings and offers independent senior rental housing for residents aged 55 years or older. With a location near a variety of retail shops, restaurants and services, it’s an ideal location for residents who like to be close to home. This east side location has beautiful mountain views and easy access to the new Chanshtnu Muldoon Park and People Mover bus stops. CIHA has a robust offering of resident engagement activities and opportunities to help seniors remain active and engaged in their community, offering socialization, continuing education, health and wellness programs, and volunteer opportunities.
The grand opening event will be held at noon on Wednesday, October 17 and will feature remarks from CIHA CEO Carol Gore and representatives of several of the development’s partners, including Alaska Housing Finance Corporation, Northrim Bank, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, as well as a resident of Creekview Plaza 49, which opened in 2016. Self-guided tours will also be available and rental applications are being accepted.
For more information, visit www.cookinlethousing.org.