Bootleggers Landing is west of downtown Anchorage, in the charmed area between Elderberry Park and Westchester Lagoon. On the quiet corner where O Street meets 8th Ave, you will find these unique homes facing Cook Inlet. This location offers residents quick and easy access to the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, where you can bike, ski, walk your dog or stroll with friends who appreciate an active Alaska lifestyle. In a neighborhood full of gardens, glistening waters, and vibrant autumn leaves, appreciate four seasons of local beauty. Living in Anchorage is best at Bootleggers Cove, where brilliant sunsets infuse the neighborhood with warm colors. Enjoy the sound of geese flying over-head or a surprise sighting of an eagle or passing wildlife. Catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights on a sparkling snow-lit winter evening.

In addition to being surrounded by natural beauty, Bootleggers Landing is close to urban fun and entertainment. Living in Anchorage means you are just a short walk away from over 30 eateries and bars, including world-renown regional restaurants. From sushi, an ethnic feast and award-winning Alaska seafood, to local breweries and music venues with handcrafted cocktails, the city’s best cuisine and entertainment are found lining the streets of downtown Anchorage. The Farmers Market, Performing Arts Center, museums and shops are nearby. Locals walk to work, including to offices in the oil industry, tourism and the court system. The Park Strip, bustling with daily activities from May through September, is a few short strides around the corner. When your friends visit, they can park a few steps from your door.

Recommended Downtown Anchorage Bars, Restaurants & Coffee shops within a 15-minute walk: