The Anchorage Economic Development Corporation is exploring if a local sales tax could pay for amenities to attract workers.
Alaska Native-owned Bloom Communications works to bridge cultures, create collaborations via corporate coaching camps and coaching services.
Mark Begich and Sheldon Fisher are working to revitalize Downtown Anchorage through several renovation projects.
Members of the Anchorage Assembly, as they craft a Housing Strategic Plan for the municipality, hosted a Housing Summit at UAA to explore options.
In his final 3-Year Outlook presentation as CEO of AEDC, Bill Popp warned of decline in working age adults that is dragging the Anchorage economy.
The Anchorage Community Development Authority and UAA are launching the Great Streets Façade Improvement Loan Program to spruce up buildings in Muldoon and Downtown.
How Much Parking Does One City Need? The Anchorage Assembly eliminates parking requirements city wide
The Anchorage Assembly voted unanimously to wipe out parking requirements citywide; the amount of parking is left to the judgment of individual developers.
The co-owners of the Anchorage restaurant fell in love with a historic, three-story building that provided opportunity and challenges in equal measure.
Population decline in Alaska’s largest city is holding back modest job growth. AEDC’s Choose Anchorage campaign aims to attract new residents.
Wayfinding for tourists is the top priority suggested in a report commissioned by the Anchorage Economic Development Corporation.