BTI: An Alaskan Town in a Tower

The Begich Towers Condominium Association of Apartment Owners was incorporated in 1974 as a 196-unit condo community.  In addition to residential apartments, the building houses Whittier’s grocery store, laundromat, medical clinic, police department, post office, and the city offices.  After its military service the building was modified for civilian life. There are pleasant touches (such as the exterior’s newer blue, cream, and peach paint scheme) that try to establish a playful identity for the formerly drab Hodge Building.    Read the article………….


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