November 25th, 2017

Shop Small Business Saturday

On the 25th of November, Downtown Anchorage is participating in Shop Small Business Saturday, a nationwide event put on by American Express to promote shopping at local small businesses! Anchorage Downtown Partnership is the official neighborhood champion for Downtown Anchorage, and we are gathering Downtown’s small businesses to offer deals, specials and more including clues to a Shop Small Scavenger Hunt that lead you to WINNING a grand prize! Every day is a big day for small businesses. Help make Small Business Saturday the biggest day yet.

Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. has signed up through American Express as a neighborhood champion for the Downtown Anchorage area for Shop Small Business Saturday, and is looking for businesses like yours to participate! Sign up HERE!

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October 7th, 2017


PROST! Join the German Club of Anchorage and Anchorage Downtown Parntership, Ltd. in celebrating Oktoberfest on October 6th and 7th!

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September 22nd, 2017

Be a Part of Downtown’s Future!

We want to hear YOUR OPINION about Downtown Anchorage so that we can serve you better. Please answer this simple, 5-minute survey, and you will be entered to win one of the three gift packages listed below. (Now how’s that for time well spent?)

The survey closes Thursday, Sept. 21st at 5pm!

Night on the Town: Two (2) tickets to country music artist Aaron Tippin, along with drinks at Humpy’s

Downtown Dining Sampler: a free 16oz drink at Midnight Sun Café, $20 gift certificate to Downtown Grill and $25 gift certificate to Hard Rock Café

Drinks & Dinner: $10 gift certificate to Glacier Brewhouse and $40 gift certificate to the Hotel Captain Cook

You are a pivotal part of what makes downtown tick! Please share your thoughts with us today!

Click here for the Anchorage Downtown CUSTOMER Survey


A big thank you to our supporting businesses for prizes and our yearly investors:

August 30th, 2017

Downtown’s Healthy Mission!


This fall, Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. is working to bring healthy into downtown! Anchorage has countless bike paths, hiking and running trails, and parks, right out the door. Did you know you can cross country ski to downtown from Kincaid State Park? Or that you can bike on paved paths all the way from the hillside to downtown? Not to mention, just on the doorstep of Downtown, you can find Elderberry Park and Delaney Park Strip with soccer fields, beach volleyball and tennis courts, horseshoes, a hockey ice rink and more! The Downtown Partnership will be working this fall to highlight some of the healthy opportunities that already exist here, and hopefully uncovering new and exciting ideas for both residents and visitors alike.

About Rosie: Anchorage Downtown Partnership’s own Olympic Hopeful 

Part of our mission to bring healthy into downtown comes from a new member of our team: Rosie Frankowski. Rosie ran 144 Activities in Town Square Park, working with Anchorage Parks & Recreation to activate the park space with recreational activities. She also cross country ski races for APU Nordic Ski Center and is a 2018 Olympic hopeful, training to qualify for PyeongChang. You can learn more about Rosie here.

One aspect of qualifying for the Olympics is having the right support behind you. The cost of participating in Olympic Qualifying competitions November through January is expensive. Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. is partnering with Rosie this fall to raise funds through crowdfunding, on Rallyme, to help cover her early season costs.

Help Rosie reach her goal of qualifying for the Olympics!

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June 18th, 2017

Anchorage Downtown Partnership and Our Downtown

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Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd.

Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. (ADP) is a 501 (c) 6 non-profit entity charged with management of the Downtown Improvement District (DID). ADP provides clean and safe services throughout the DID, provides marketing and event promotion throughout the DID, and serves as an advocate for the business and property owners within the DID on issues affecting downtown.

The Anchorage Downtown Improvement District (DID) covers 126 square blocks from 9th Avenue to 1st Avenue and from Gambell to L Street. Downtown property owners created the improvement district to help improve the cleanliness of downtown; to help decrease crime; to increase occupancy rates, investment values and lease income; and to generally stimulate economic development and improve the quality of life in downtown.