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 $100,000 gift from KeyBank to the Cook Inlet Housing Authority supports grants to the Protein Food Pantry and the Housing Stability Program.
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.
A $24,905 grant from the Rasmuson Foundation lets Alaska Youth Orchestras pay for new equipment, including percussion instruments and stands.
The investments will continue focus on economic access and equity for underserved communities and populations.
Cook Inlet Housing Authority opened a new family-oriented housing complex in Anchorage’s Mountain View neighborhood featuring twenty-one townhouse-style apartments, the latest development in a decade-long revitalization of the north Anchorage community.