Population decline in Alaska’s largest city is holding back modest job growth. AEDC’s Choose Anchorage campaign aims to attract new residents.
Once the largest player in the mortgage market, Wells Fargo is stepping back while focusing its home lending business on bank customers in minority communities.
Habitat for Humanity of Anchorage is teaming up with appliance maker Whirlpool Corporation to build an energy-efficient, climate resilient home.
A groundbreaking ceremony marked the start of construction on the Block 96 Flats project at 8th Avenue and K Street.
The US Department of Housing and Urban Development crunched numbers for 2020 and found average prices increased 8 to 9 percent, with demand exceeding supply.
The development brings the first 100 percent market rate apartment community to the Park Strip North district of downtown Anchorage in more than forty years.
Governor Michael Dunleavy and Dr. Tamika Ledbetter, Commissioner of the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development, announced a recurring two-year grant of $1.65 million from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development for new programs to prevent and treat youth homelessness across rural Alaska.
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.
Architect and interior designer Carel Nagata, CDT/CCCA, NCIDQ, has joined Stantec as an associate and senior architect with the firm’s Buildings group in Anchorage.
The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority board of trustees directed $650,000 in funds for two Anchorage housing projects. Trustees approved $150,000 for RurAL CAP’s Sitka Place, and $500,000 for the United Way of Anchorage’s Anchored Home Pay for Success project.