Downtown Edge at The Rail
Owner: Ship Creek Development, LLC
Currently in development with construction scheduled to begin in the spring of 2018. Downtown Edge is the first housing project located in The Rail, a mixed use project situated on over 11 acres of Alaska Railroad land in the Ship Creek redevelopment district. The project consists of up to 35 quality townhouse style condos in a modern industrial design.
Ravens’ Roost Co-Housing
Owner: Ravens’ Roost Co-Housing
Anchorage’s first cohousing neighborhood. Phase 1 was completed in November 2016 and includes 29 homes. Phase II, currently under construction, will include 6 more homes, for a total of 35. Project includes a common house, workshop, and gardens on 6.2 acres.
Owner: Cook Inlet Housing Association
Located at the the corner of 36th and Spenard Road. Multi-Use building feature two retail shops on the street level and 33 one-bedroom apartment units. The building utilizes two alternative energy systems, geothermal and solar photovoltaic, and is built to meet the State of Alaska’s highest energy efficiency rating, which helps keep your utility costs low. Tenants have great access Spenard, midtown and close to prime midtown job centers, shopping, entertainment, restaurants, the Spenard Farmers Market and a thriving arts scene. Project completed in the Fall of 2017
Thomas Center for Senior Leadership
A 15 unit senior housing design build project built for the St. Mary’s Episcopal Church located on the church’s campus at Tudor Road and Lake Otis Parkway. This project was designed, permitted and built in less than 18 months and completed in November 2015.
An 18 unit low income housing project built for Cook Inlet Housing Authority in East Anchorage. The contemporary three story, townhouse homes with single car garages replaced aging public housing. This project was completed in less than one year in the Fall of 2015.
Located centrally in Anchorage, this is a 120-unit townhome project built for Cook Inlet Housing Authority. The homes are of a contemporary architectural design situated on a tight 8-acre site which formerly housed an aging apartment project owned by Alaska Housing Finance Corporation. This project was built in 15 months and completed in 2012.
Grass Creek Village at Creekside
Located in Muldoon, this is an 80-unit townhome plus one clubhouse low income housing tax credit rental project and was built for Cook Inlet Housing Authority. It is a neo-traditional design where the garages are on the rear of the home and the architectural front facades are full of windows, details and inviting porches. This project was built in 15 months and completed in 2008.