Members of the Anchorage Assembly, as they craft a Housing Strategic Plan for the municipality, hosted a Housing Summit at UAA to explore options.
KeyBank Community Development Lending and Investment packaged $20.2 million for the construction of Ch’bala Corners II, an affordable housing complex in Spenard.
A hotel and café in downtown Juneau are now under tribal ownership. The Central Council of Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska closed on the purchase of the Driftwood Lodge and Sandpiper Café.
Sealaska Heritage Institute has taken over a three-story structure on the same block as its Walter Soboleff Building, with plans to convert it into educational space.
The Northway Mall near Anchorage’s Mountain View neighborhood is a nearly empty shadow of its former self, so the owner is seeking a redeveloper for the renamed North Pointe.
The law firm of Davis Wright Tremaine hired Sarah Gillstrom as a Partner its real estate group in Anchorage.