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February 23, 2021
ANCHORAGE (AP) — Newly purchased property and buildings adjacent to an Anchorage shelter are expected to serve as a resource hub for people experiencing homelessness.
Weidner Apartment Homes and the Rasmuson Foundation said the apartment company plans to buy parcels of land next to the Brother Francis Shelter and a building and property owned by Bean's Cafe, which serves meals to the homeless community, the Anchorage Daily News reported.
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