Where should I live in Anchorage Alaska?
Get to Know These 8 Anchorage Neighborhoods#1: Rogers Park. #2: Downtown Anchorage. #3: South Addition. #4: Huffman-OMalley. #5: Portage Valley. #6: Rabbit Creek. #7: Turnagain. #8: Eagle River.
What is the nicest neighborhood in Anchorage Alaska?
These are the top communities in Anchorage:Hillside. Rabbit Creek. Rogers Park. Turnagain. Bayshore. Downtown Anchorage. Sand Lake. College Gate. Tucked along the eastern area of the city, College Gate homes are fantastic single family properties.More items •Sep 20, 2017
Is Anchorage Alaska good place to live?
Anchorage is a good place to live if you like winter. Livability.com rated Alaskas largest city as Americas best to live in during the winter. The same website rated Anchorage 91st overall for livability among U.S. towns.
Is living in Anchorage expensive?
Anchorage has a cost of living rating of 123.5, meaning that living here is about 23.5% more expensive than the national average, and Anchorage residents will pay about $123.50 for every $100 the average US city resident pays. There are a lot of factors that go into the cost of living in a particular city.
How much is Coke in Alaska?
A single person estimated monthly costs are 1,239$ without rent. Anchorage is 8.86% less expensive than New York (without rent) .Cost of Living in Anchorage.RestaurantsEditDomestic Beer (1 pint draught)6.00$Imported Beer (12 oz small bottle)7.00$Cappuccino (regular)4.50$Coke/Pepsi (12 oz small bottle)2.24$62 more rows