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Hot Anchorage home market drives prices up to average $347000
http://www.adn.com/2014/01/09/3266181/prices-of-anchorage-homes-continued.html
Hot Anchorage home market drives prices up to average $347000 Anchorage's real estate market is more competitive than ever, with home prices continuing to rise, according to new data from the Alaska Multiple Listing Service. In 2013, homes spent an average of 49 days on the market before selling -- down 20

Upgrade planned for Anchorage apartment complex
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Upgrade planned for Anchorage apartment complex ANCHORAGE, Alaska - An Anchorage property manager wants to upgrade a midtown apartment complex into a much larger development. Weidner Apartment Homes has owned the 54-unit complex near East Tudor Road and Old Seward Highway since 

Building Anchorage: Lauren Glenn
http://www.adn.com/2013/12/29/3250906/building-anchorage-lauren-glenn.html
Building Anchorage: Lauren Glenn Spinell Homes specialist Kevin Sigafoos said the new development's architecture and exterior finishes would set it apart from most recent townhome neighborhoods in Anchorage. "Thought was given to assure that every home in Lauren Glenn has access to 

Healthy jump in Anchorage property values after strong year for real estate
http://www.alaskadispatch.com/article/20140123/healthy-jump-anchorage-property-values-after-strong-year-real-estate
Healthy jump in Anchorage property values after strong year for real estate The municipality is charged with assessing property at market value, but the assessments are slightly less than what the houses might go for on the market, Robbins said. The average residence sold in Anchorage for $347,000 last year, according to the 

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$1 million grant means young people who face homelessness in Anchorage will get help

She wanted to do it when she was 17, and her family was stationed in Alaska with the military, but her father convinced her to stay until she was 18. But, that meant a move to North Carolina, a state that had recently adopted the controversial "bathroom bill," which included the requirement that transgender people use the bathroom that matched their birth certificate.

Amy, who was then just starting to wear women's clothing, knew she had to leave North Carolina, and her parents. But when she moved back to Alaska, friends she thought would help her didn't, and her money soon ran out. Amy, then homeless, says she'd spend her days walking back and forth between two Wal-Marts.

"One day someone was like, 'You really should go to Covenant House,' " she said.

That was the day Amy says everything changed for her.

"It was hard and Covenant House was that place that I could really feel safe," Amy said.

On any given night, Covenant House says it provides shelter for more than 100 young people who are homeless in Anchorage. Officials with Covenant House estimate there are anywhere between 1,000 to 2,000 homeless young people in Anchorage.

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