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.
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 […]
The monstrous blue building known as the 4th Avenue Marketplace is still for sale.
Mistrust and suspicion in condo associations are feelings of people who are neither engaged nor informed.
Constructing new, large residential buildings downtown is expensive. Here are five buildings where people could live.
City governments and their development agencies tend to put the cart before the horse when planning their own renaissance.
Look to the past and envision the future.
Park formation could breathe new life into one of Anchorage’s most impaired neighborhoods by restoring a stretch of Anchorage’s most impaired waterway.
The old Key Bank building at 601 W 5th Avenue is getting a much-needed facelift.
The Aloft hotel will be constructed less than a mile from “hotel row”