Juneau Alaska
Juneau Alaska

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Condo Living in Juneau, Alaska
If you are looking to escape the endless rush, bustle, and fast pace of larger city living, then a condo in Juneau, Alaska, is the place that will fulfill your dream. This island of a city could not be more picturesque and tranquil.

The heart of Juneau has a variety of housing options, with its downtown condo complexes built close to schools, shops, restaurants, and other amenities. Although this is a small community, Juneau has plenty to offer you regarding your real estate and living needs.

The Great Outdoors at Her Finest
Juneau is an outdoor enthusiast's dream come true! In fact, you will see residents and tourists alike enjoying the variety of outdoor recreation this city offers. The locals in Juneau are all about hiking, skiing, and kayaking and know all the best spots. Surrounded by breath-taking scenery, it is nature at her finest.

History

History

History of Alaska

Historically speaking, the Juneau area has always belonged to the Auke and Taku Indigenous tribes. As the first known inhabitants of the region, they declared it sacred because it was the burial grounds of their people. In the present day Juneau, the Gastineau Channel is known as Indian Point, which proudly took its rightful position on the National Register of Historic Places in 2016. Although Juneau was declared unnavigable by Joseph Whidbey, a townsite was formed on the land near the Gastineau Channel by Joe Juneau and Richard Harris during the Goldrush. Once people identified gold in the region, it soon became a mining settlement. By 1881 the settlement had a population of over 100 people. It was initially named Rockwell, after Charles Rockwell but was changed a while after to Harrisburg after prospector Richard Harris. Finally, on December 14, 1881, 72 members of the village voted for the name to be changed a third and final time to Juneau, after prospector Joe Juneau. During the late 1800s, the Russian Orthodox Church formed a strong presence in Juneau among the Indigenous people, converting many to its faith. The town erected St. Nicholas Orthodox Church in 1894. Juneau became the Alaskan capital city in 1906 and was initially the county seat until 1950 when Anchorage displaced it. After Alaska achieved its statehood in 1959, the Juneau population increased substantially and saw even further growth after the construction of the Alaska Pipeline for oil was completed in 1977. Juneau remains the capital of Alaska today. Although the population experienced a slower growth for more than 20 years, in the last 15, there has been some increase due to tourism boosting its economy, especially in the summer months.

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Things to do in Juneau

Things to do in Juneau

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A historically and culturally rich community like Juneau has some treasures in its landscape. These are some exciting places for you to explore that will give you a feel for the city and the people:

Alaska State Museum: Located in downtown Juneau, the Museum gives you a taste of the diversity and richness of Alaska's history, exhibiting artifacts that will provide you with insight into the background of her people, industries, and art world.

Glacier Gardens Rainforest Adventure: Take a guided tour throughout the indescribably beautiful flora and fauna depicting the natural rainforests. This tour takes you from a panoramic view of the Juneau and Chilkat Mountains to the lower-level atrium and hanging flower gardens.

Amalga Distillery: Located in Juneau, this lovely small craft distillery, with its warm, inviting ambiance, produces gin and American Single Malt whiskey. Be sure to make a stop inside their tasting room to sample the gin or simply kick back and relax with a cocktail featuring their spirits.

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Location

Juneau is a city borough situated in the North American state of Alaska. It can be found in the Gastineau Channel and the Alaskan panhandle, with its downtown area lying at the base of Mount Juneau and across the channel from Douglas Island. The City and Borough of Juneau sprawl across 3,255 square miles, of which 2,716.7 square miles are land and 538.3 square miles are water. Juneau is adjacent to the Haines Borough, Hoonah-Angoon Census Area, and Petersburg Borough. Being part of the only state that borders another country, Juneau shares an eastern border with Stikine, British Columbia, in Canada.

Juneau demographics

Juneau demographics

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Juneau, the 2nd largest city in Alaska, has a population of 31,785. The population has experienced growth of 1.63% since the last census but has been declining ever so slightly at a rate of -0.20% per year.

Juneau is diverse with a good mix of races and cultures. Over half of the population is Caucasian, closely followed by mixed races, Native Americans, and Asian individuals, while 4% are African Americans and Hawaiians.

In Juneau, the unemployment rate is at 5.1%, having improved significantly in the early months of 2022. Although Juneau remains an expensive place to live, residents benefit from sales tax, which is 2.3% below the national average, while income tax is 0%.

On an average of $38,057, Juneau residents earn $10,000 more per person per year than plenty of other cities in the U.S. This, combined with a lower utility and transportation cost, enables most Juneau residents to own their own homes. As a result, almost 65% of all people in the city are homeowners.

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Arts in Juneau

Arts in Juneau

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What might not be common knowledge to many is Juneau's surprisingly rich arts and cultural scene. The city is undoubtedly an outdoorsy wonderland, but the arts take a close second on things to experience.

The Underground Film Festivals and the Alaska Folk Festivals will entertain you several times a year without denting your pocket as they are entirely free!

If you enjoy the finer things in life when it comes to performance art, then the Juneau Jazz & Classics Festival will fill your cup in the month of May. First Fridays is another "Juneau-esque" delight where musicians, artists, and storytellers create outstanding, live performances every first Friday of the month.

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Schools in Juneau

Schools in Juneau

Juneau's small, family-oriented communities offer you some of the most reputable Alaskan schools. From an elementary level all the way through to a university level, the city does its utmost to provide the best educational opportunities for the future of its residents. The city and borough of Juneau have five public high schools, six public middle schools, 12 public elementary schools, and eight public Pre-k schools. Of these schools the Auke Bay Elementary School, Homebridge, and Yaakoosge Daakahidi Alt. High Schools are highly recommended. There are also one public charter and three private schools catering to PK-8 students. As for higher education, the University of Alaska Southeast serves its students well with two locations, one in Auke Bay and one in downtown Juneau.

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Why Juneau?

Why Juneau?

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Juneau, Alaska - Your Slice of Serenity
The quaint city of Juneau may not be as “loud” as some, but if you learn her ways and immerse yourself in her communities, there are precious nuggets to be found. The city with its alluring natural elements is why plenty of people decide to move there permanently, choosing a condo life of convenience and serenity.

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