Corporate Housing in Anchorage Alaska
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Anchorage, Alaska is one of the most beautiful cities in the country. Located on the edge of Cook Inlet on the southern side of the state, it’s wild, desolate and lovely to look at. It is also the largest and most cosmopolitan city in Alaska.
Often used as the gateway to the ‘real’ Alaska, Anchorage is both a stopping off point and a base of operations for the military and some well-known companies. The airport is also often used as a refueling stop for many international routes, being in the center of many flight lanes.
Corporate rentals in Anchorage tend to be apartments in purpose-built developments either close to Downtown, the port or JBER.
Employment in Anchorage
Anchorage is a real mix. The economy is made up of military, government, transport and tourism with some corporate employers in the mix too. It makes for a relatively stable economy with neither the growth of other states nor the growing pains that come with it.
The two military installations in Anchorage are Joint Base Elmendorf Fort Richardson. This is the combination of Elmendorf Air Force Base and Fort Richardson which now employs around 8,500 people both military and civilian.
Major civilian employers in Anchorage include the Port of Anchorage, Providence Health & Services, Walmart/Sam’s Club, Carrs/Safeway, Fred Meyer, ASRC Energy Services, BP Exploration Alaska, CH2M HILL, NANA Management Services, Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, Alaska Airlines, GCI Communications, Southcentral Foundation, FedEx, ConocoPhillips Alaska, Alaska USA Federal Credit Union and the University of Alaska.
Medical centers in Anchorage include Providence Alaska Medical Center, YKHC Area Health Educ Center and Alaska Regional Hospital.
Getting around Anchorage
Anchorage has been Americanized, so has freeways, highways and all the infrastructure you would expect. Flying into Anchorage will see you at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) five miles southwest of the city. It handles most domestic and international carriers.
The Port of Anchorage has a single cruise line, Holland America that stops at the city. Other cruise ships stop at Seward, 127 miles south.
The Alaska Railroad runs from Seward through Anchorage, Denali and Fairbanks to North Pole and carries both freight and passengers.
PeopleMover is the bus service in Anchorage and covers most of the central area.
The Seward Highway is the main road route into Anchorage. Parks Highway takes you to Fairbanks while Glenn Highway takes you to Tok in Canada. Local roads are plentiful and well maintained.
Living in Anchorage
The weather and the scenery are amazing and draw a lot of tourists on their way further north. It’s a lively and interesting city full of a real mix of cultures and people.
Neighborhoods of Anchorage include Anchorage Bowl, Abbott Loop, Airport Heights, Bayshore, Boniface, Bragaw, Dimond, Downtown Anchorage, Fairview, Government Hill, Hillside, Lake Otis, Little Fairbanks, Midtown, Mountain View, Muldoon, North Star, Nunaka Valley, Oceanview, O’ Malley, Rogers Park, Russian Jack, Sand Lake, South Addition, Spenard, Stuckagain Heights, Tudor, Turnagain and University-Medical District.
Things to see and do in Anchorage include Anchorage Museum, Alaska Native Heritage Center, Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, FOAST Law Enforcement Museum, Resolution Park, Alaska Heritage Museum at Wells Fargo, Alaska Zoo, Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, H2Oasis Indoor Water Park, Roadrunner Amusement Park and wildlife viewing.
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