LATEST NEWS & EVENTS

December 13th, 2017

The Wool Sock Project

Mikey Huff dreamt up The Wool Sock Project as a way to learn more about the people that call Downtown home and give them something to make their days a little brighter. Huff photographs and takes the story of all the unsheltered folks he interacts with and then leaves them with a care package that includes wool socks. Huff continues the outreach of our Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. ambassadors, by treating our community members with kindness and respect, and by sharing their stories.

We ask that you make a donation to The Wool Sock Project by visiting HERE! or by donating socks, hand warmers, foot warmers, snacks, or other items to be included in the care packages to our office.


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December 10th, 2017

Co-Work Space Coming in 2018!

ARE YOU A NON-PROFIT OR CAUSE-BASED BUSINESS?
YOU need to focus on your mission and core value. Let us worry about running the office. Reserve your space NOW for a spot in our new space opening January 2, 2018!

Due to a large need and requests from the community, Anchorage Downtown Partnership is setting up a hub for those who want to work in an affordable office that has resources, inspiration and meeting spaces for a diverse community of innovators and community leaders.



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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.