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7020 Northwood St, Anchorage, AK 99502
$1,300 - $2,200 | Studio - 3 Beds

(907) 885-2764

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1536 Charter Cir, Anchorage, AK 99508
$1,150 - $1,585 | 1 - 2 Beds

(907) 885-2646

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7401 Foxridge Way, Anchorage, AK 99518
$1,395 - $1,650 | 2 Beds

(907) 885-2675

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7545 Foxridge Way, Anchorage, AK 99518
$900 - $1,895 | Studio - 2 Beds

(907) 885-2677

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310 W 76th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99518
$1,295 - $1,550 | 2 Beds

(907) 885-2641

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8101-8221 E 36th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99504
$1,695 - $1,895 | 3 - 4 Beds

(907) 519-6524

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2300 D St, Anchorage, AK 99503
Call for Rent | 1 - 2 Beds

(907) 885-2581

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9900-1040 William Jones Cir, Anchorage, AK 99515
$1,450 - $1,650 | 2 - 3 Beds

(907) 885-2550

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7211 Meadow St, Anchorage, AK 99507
$950 | 1 - 2 Beds

(907) 885-2710

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337 E 4th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99501
$1,325 - $1,425 | Studio - 1 Bed

(907) 885-2578

Updated 2 weeks ago
141 Patterson St, Anchorage, AK 99504
$1,095 - $1,595 | 2 - 3 Beds

(907) 885-2617

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234 E 15th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99501
$955 - $1,210 | Studio - 2 Beds

(907) 885-2661

Updated 4 days ago
108 E 8th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99501
$2,100 | 1 Bed

(907) 885-2762

Updated 1 week ago
600 W 34th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99503
$865 - $1,085 | 1 - 2 Beds

(907) 885-2759

Updated 2 weeks ago
3200 Latouche St, Anchorage, AK 99508
$925 - $1,575 | 1 - 3 Beds

(907) 885-2655

Updated 2 weeks ago
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201 E 9th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99501
$750 | Studio

(907) 205-5084

Updated 2 weeks ago
1260 E 8th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99501
$685 - $895 | Studio - 2 Beds

(907) 885-2561

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10601 Spruce View Loop, Anchorage, AK 99507
$1,115 - $1,285 | 2 - 3 Beds

(907) 885-2739

Updated 2 weeks ago
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787 Elm St, Anchorage, AK 99501
$675 - $1,185 | Studio - 3 Beds

(907) 885-2543

Updated 2 weeks ago
6641 Hampstead Dr, Anchorage, AK 99518
$1,185 - $1,375 | 2 - 3 Beds

(844) 556-2471

Updated 2 weeks ago
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429 D St, Anchorage, AK 99501
$585 - $615 | Studio

(907) 885-2689

Updated 2 weeks ago
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3560 W Dimond Blvd, Anchorage, AK 99502
$975 - $1,350 | 1 - 3 Beds

(907) 885-2770

Updated 2 weeks ago
726 O Pl, Anchorage, AK 99501
$1,875 - $1,950 | 2 Beds

(907) 885-2577

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1500 Russian Jack Dr, Anchorage, AK 99508
Call for Rent | 1 Bed

(907) 205-5589

Updated 2 weeks ago
1336 W 23rd Ave, Anchorage, AK 99503
Call for Rent | Studio - 1 Bed

(907) 885-2590

Updated 2 weeks ago


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Anchorage, AK Apartments for Rent

Snow-capped mountains on the horizon, a unique collection of wildlife walk the land and swim the waters, and the beauty of Anchorage is evident with every breath. Located in the south-central part of Alaska, Anchorage is the most populous city in the state with an estimated population of 300,950. Anchorage has 1,704.7 square miles of land and 263.9 square miles of water creating an adventurous terrain, dining experience, recreation, and more.

Alaska was owned by Imperial Russia until the sale of the land was finalized and it became a U.S. territory in 1912. Anchorage was settled in 1914 and incorporated as a city in 1920. The Alaska Railroad was completed in 1923 and boosted the city’s economy through the 1930s, but the economy took a turn when air transportation and the military grew increasingly in importance through the 1950s. The present-day Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson was the primary economic source until the focus moved to oil with the 1968 Prudhoe Bay discovery.

Anchorage was devastated in March of 1964 when the world’s second-largest earthquake in recorded history hit the city. The Good Friday Earthquake was a 9.2 magnitude, five minute event that killed 115 people and caused $311 million in damages.

Things to Do in Anchorage:

The young at heart and the uber adventurous love living in Anchorage. With countless things to do in Anchorage, you’ll never have a dull moment. There are few other cities in the U.S. that will give you the same experiences as Anchorage so that attractions, arts, recreation, shopping, and dining will be unlike anything you’ve experienced before. You’ll get metropolitan luxuries alongside spectacular views and adventures of nature.

Attractions in Anchorage are full of cultural and natural beauties that will set life in Alaska apart from that of the rest of the U.S. Visit the Alaska Botanical Garden to explore the nature trails and garden exhibits as you learn about the various flora and wildlife of the area. Stop by the world-class museum that is situated in downtown – the Anchorage Museum – to see the Alaska History Gallery, science exhibits, and more. Dive into the lives of Alaska’s 11 major cultures at the Alaska Native Heritage Center as you experience stories, dances, and other sources of their heritage. Have some family fun while viewing movies on Alaska and checking out the earthquake museum at the Alaska Experience Theatre.

The arts in Anchorage come in a wide range of mediums, whether it is through international or local artists, through visual or performance arts, the artists thrive amid such inspiring surroundings. Plan a visit to Alaska’s oldest gallery – Artique Ltd. – and view unusual arts gifts, ceramics, paintings, and sculptures by some prominent artists in the state. Take a look at the wonderful landscape and wildlife photography on display at John Schwieder’s ALASKA Gallery. The Anchorage Opera and the Anchorage Symphony Orchestra provide the best in musical arts, while Perseverance Theatre, TBA Theatre, Inc., and Cyrano’s Theatre Company provide excellent stage productions for all to enjoy.

Recreation in Anchorage will blow your mind. Between the mountains, trails, bodies of water, parks, and everything else, summer and winter activities provide you with days full of excitement. During the summer you can partake in outdoor activities such as golf at the Anchorage Golf Course or learn how to fly fish at Kieran Mooney Fly Fishing. During the winter you can learn how to ski and snowboard at Hilltop Ski Area or explore your new city from a dogsled with Alaska Life & Glacier Tours. The recreation in Anchorage also includes rafting, snowmobiling, four-wheeling, horse adventures, kayaking, ice-climbing, and helicopter tours.

Dining in Anchorage obviously includes some of the freshest seafood in the world, but Anchorage restaurants offer so much more than that. For the finest, wild Alaskan seafood go to ORSO and order any of their perfectly prepared meals. For a casual meal and a wide selection of ales, Humpy’s Great Alaskan Alehouse is the place for you. Ginger is the perfect restaurant for Pacific Rim cuisine, great service, and an inviting atmosphere. All steak lovers will fall madly in love with Club Paris – Alaska’s premier steakhouse. This Alaskan tradition is so popular that reservations are recommended.

What to Consider When Moving to Anchorage:

Anchorage is an undeniably beautiful place to live, but like every city there is more to know before you relocate. Moving to Anchorage is sure to be an enjoyable experience, but what part of the city will you be moving to? What is the economy like? What are the interesting facts about Anchorage that you haven’t discovered yet? These are all questions that should be answered before you move to an Anchorage apartment.

Did you know that Anchorage is a popular location for several annual events? Every February, Anchorage is home to the Fur Rendezvous Open World Championship Sled Dog Races – a three-day dog sled sprint event. This event is part of the annual Fur Rendezvous winter sports carnival. The first Saturday of March brings tons of attention to Anchorage as the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race begins with its ceremonial start downtown. The Tour of Anchorage is an annual ski race within the city. Anchorage is also the finish line for the Sadler’s Ultra Challenge wheelchair race and the location of the annual Great Alaska Shootout tournament for NCAA Division I basketball teams.

The climate in Anchorage is classified as subarctic with strong maritime influences. Most of the rainfall in the city occurs in late summer. The average daytime temperatures during the summer months range from 55 to 78 degrees with the average daytime temperatures from 5 to 30 degrees during the winter months. Anchorage has a frost-free growing season that averages slightly over 101 days. There is also a native plant – the fireweed – that blooms striking, pink petals just six weeks before winter begins.

When it comes to wildlife, there is none quite like that of Anchorage. There are approximately 250 black bears and 60 grizzly bears living in the area, and they are regularly sighted in the city. Another common sight, and hazard to drivers, is the moose. During the summer they have a population of approximately 250, which increases to as many as 1000 during the winter. Aggressive moose are put down by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game every year. Wolves, mountain goats, Dall sheep, foxes, kits beavers, and lynx are often viewed in certain parts of the city as well. Along the Seward Highway, beluga whales are a common sight in the Turnagain Arm, while a number of streams in the area host salmon runs.

Why Anchorage Apartments Are Hot:

The weather may not be hot, but Anchorage apartments are hotter than ever. Living in Anchorage you’ll have more than 60 glaciers within a 50-mile radius, a salmon stream flowing through downtown, six mountain ranges surrounding the city, 300 miles of wilderness trails and a huge state park in your backyard – that’s hot. You’ll also get to experience all of the great events that the city hosts, as well as see the stunning wildlife that calls Anchorage home, and eat some of the freshest seafood you could ever have. There is a whole new world available to you outside of our Anchorage apartments and you don’t want to miss out on this adventure.

Why Anchorage?

  • Enjoying the northern lights in the wintertime and the midnight sun in summer.
  • Getting around by dog sled, snowmobile, snowboard, skates, and snowshoes.
  • Skiing, fishing, hiking, biking, and whale-watching surrounded by stunning beauty.
  • Sharing the road with the occasional moose — or grizzly bear. Salmon year-round.
  • Six mountain ranges and spectacular parks, such as Chugach State Park.
  • A sleek, modern downtown with plenty of shopping, restaurants, and businesses.

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