Beautifully maintained two-story building in downtown Anchorage, centrally located across from Town Square. Mixed use building currently occupied by First Alaskans Institute, The State of Alaska Parole Board and a law firm. Approximately 2,100 square foot first floor vacancy perfect for retail or restaurant use. This suite has a dedicated entrance and high end finishes throughout.
500 W 6th Avenue:
Leasing agent: Marc Dunne, CCIM, Associate Broker
Jack White CommerciaL
3801 Centerpoint Drive, Suite 101
Anchorage, AK 99503
P 907.273.7310 C 907.229.5525
High quality Class A office building located adjacent to the State Courthouse. Easily accessible to parking, shopping and restaurants. Recent upgrades to all common areas, elevator and HVAC system. This property is known as the Signature Building, properly named, as it was the first office building in Anchorage to achieve Energy Star rating. Vacancies range from 432 rsf to 2,000 rsf. All suites are offered on a full service basis, with 5 day per week janitorial.
745 W 4th Avenue: Signature Building
Property manager: Victoria Roberts
Vicinity Commercial Management
301 W Northern Lights, Suite 303
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
P 907.270.7860 C 907.764.7922
The following companies are subsidiaries of Ounalashka Corporation:
Aleutian Development Corporation
Includes the Margaret Bay Subdivision that contains leases with the Grand Aleutian Hotel, the US Postal Service, Safeway, and Alaska Ship Supply.
Dutch Harbor Development Corporation
Includes the lease of the American President Lines dock and uplands.
Includes the Rocky Point area and the Saltchuck lease of the “Delta Western” fuel dock area.
Little Brazil Corporation
A management company, managing excavation and mining of subsurface estate owned by the Aleut Corporation.
Dutch Harbor Aggregate Company, Inc. (DHACI)
A wholly-owned subsidiary of the Ounalashka Corporation managing the subsurface estate of Little South America.
OC Communications, Inc.
A wholly-owned subsidiary of the Ounalashka Corporation managing the office building on the corner of 6th and E Street and the Signature Building on 4th and I Street in Anchorage, Alaska.
A wholly-owned subsidiary of the Ounalashka Corporation managing the Hog Island asset.