CIRI Land Development Company (CLDC), a wholly owned subsidiary of Cook Inlet Region, Inc. (CIRI), is a real estate development and investment company based in Anchorage, Alaska. CLDC has significant commercial and residential real estate development, investment and property management interests in Alaska, Hawaii, California, Texas, Maryland and Arizona. Its development projects range from Tikahtnu Commons, one of Alaska’s largest retail and entertainment centers, to mixed-use, office, single and multi-family residential developments and retail. CLDC also has raw-land holdings in Alaska, California, Texas, Maryland and Hawaii, which are under development, in the planning stages for future development or available for sale or lease. The Company is dedicated to making sound, long-term real estate investments in income properties that are capable of providing a sustainable return on investment. CLDC teams with highly ethical and respectable partners on joint real estate ventures that have the experience and incentive to make projects succeed. To learn more about CLDC and its projects, please visit www.cldc.com.
CLDC’s parent company, CIRI, is an Alaska Native corporation owned by more than 8,100 shareholders. CIRI is one of 12 Alaska-based regional Native corporations established by the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971 to benefit Alaska Native people who have ties to the Cook Inlet region.
CIRI’s well-diversified portfolio has business operations and investments across the United States and abroad. CIRI also manages significant investments in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska. To learn more about CIRI’s investments in Alaska, visit www.ciri.com or watch the following video: