Anchorage Downtown Partnership works to change perception of downtown

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The Anchorage Downtown Partnership (ADP) wants more businesses to invest in downtown. That was part of the non-profit’s message to the audience at the Chamber of Commerce Make it Monday forum.

ADP marketing director Penny Smythe said the problem plaguing the area right now is perception: People think it’s unsafe or think there’s a lack of parking but Smythe said that’s generally not the case.

"I think what we have going for us that a lot of other parts of town don't is a walkability component and connection from business to business to business and we hands down beat out other parts of town because of that,” Smythe said.

Anchorage Downtown Partnership works to change perception of downtown
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