Now that we’ve eliminated the owner-occupancy mandate, on-site parking requirements, and subordinate structure height restrictions, let’s get to work and shoehorn some new housing into our tight housing market.
There’s nowhere to park downtown! A fallacious yet, common complaint when it comes to going downtown, at least, for some drivers. Anyone who’s ever seen a map of downtown Anchorage will undoubtedly argue that there is plenty of parking. Anchorage has large surface parking lots, but many are privately owned and can be prohibitively expensive, […]
The beige condo complex across the street from New Sagaya City Market on I street is easy to forget. When I saw this listing posted on Zillow for over $800K I had to see why. I’ve never been in this complex before, so I was surprised to see that the large post-modern sloped windows I’ve […]
Transit isn’t just for essential travel, it should provide universal access to Anchorage recreation areas
Did a regressive sign ordinance in the 1970s pave the road to beige?
Cultivating an urban greenspace to scale with Alaska’s largest city
The monstrous blue building known as the 4th Avenue Marketplace is still for sale.
Would an expanded service to Anchorage bring more revenue and equity?
Mistrust and suspicion in condo associations are feelings of people who are neither engaged nor informed.
If Anchorage had a mushing district, this would undoubtedly be the place but, does designating a stretch of 4th Avenue as a mushing district make sense?