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26 Apartments for rent in Badger, AK

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2588 Gold Street - B, Unit B
2588 Gold Street
Badger, AK | Newby Road
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
1000 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:28 AM
Nice 2 bedroom 1 bath upstairs apartment in North Pole. Private washer and dryer. Nice deck and access to yard. 500 sqft of garage use and cover tent for storage or parking. No pets allowed. Tenant pays electric only.
1 Unit Available
1450 Nymph Court - A
1450 Nymph Court
Badger, AK
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
1200 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:28 AM
The house is located at 1450 Nymph Court, North Pole Alaska 99705.
1 Unit Available
705 CYCLONE DRIVE
705 Cyclone Drive
Badger, AK
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
1564 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:06 AM
This home has been recently updated. This is one of the larger A-frame units in the neighborhood and has a great yard for bbq's and your favorite furry friend. Tenant pays electric.
1 Unit Available
3523 HURST ROAD
3523 Hurst Road
Badger, AK | Newby Road
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,000
Last updated November 25 at 04:06 AM
One bedroom, one bathroom cabin on a lot with a couple other similar cabins.
1 Unit Available
2084 JACKSON STREET
2084 Jackson Street
Badger, AK
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1050 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:06 AM
This unit is one in a four-plx. Great size rooms and living space! It has been all re-done with paint and flooring/carpet.
1 Unit Available
3405 NEVIN AVENUE
3405 Nevin Avenue
Badger, AK | Newby Road
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
Last updated October 16 at 10:39 PM
Beautiful 2 bedroom, 1 bath downstairs unit offering plenty of space, common utility area and garage. Pets upon approval. Only pay electric. Call today to schedule a showing.
Results within 1 mile of Badger
1 Unit Available
551 Snowman Lane - 103
551 Snowman Lane
North Pole, AK | Downtown North Pole
Studio
$799
300 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:28 AM
Efficiency style unit Efficiencies in 14 plex for rent
1 Unit Available
Holiday Heights Senior
353 East 8th Avenue
North Pole, AK
1 Bedroom
$780
Last updated November 25 at 04:06 AM
Affordable one bedroom and two bedroom apartments available in the beautiful Holiday Heights Senior Apartments in North Pole. On site laundry and elevator for easy access.
1 Unit Available
2675 Bald Eagle Ct. #A
2675 Bald Eagle Ct
North Pole, AK
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1500 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
2675 Bald Eagle Ct. #A Available 06/01/20 Pet Friendly Condo in NP! - Nice modern condo for rent! This condo is close to North Pole Schools & Amenities, and a quick drive to both Eielson and Ft Wainwright.
Results within 5 miles of Badger
1 Unit Available
771 RIFLE ROAD
771 Rifle Road
Steele Creek, AK
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
632 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:06 AM
Nice sized apartment with upstairs and downstairs, next door neighbors only - no neighbors above or below! Peaceful and quiet setting yet still only a 5 to 10 minute drive to Fairbanks or North Pole! Tenant only pays water and electric - heat is
1 Unit Available
1380 Gilmore Trail
1380 Gilmore Trail
Steele Creek, AK
1 Bedroom
$895
264 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 12:35 PM
Private 1 bed/1bath cabin w/ HEAT INCLUDED! - Located on the hillside, this home is equipped with all the necessities for a comfortable winter.
1 Unit Available
527 Beacon Rd.
527 Beacon Road
Steele Creek, AK
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1700 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 12:35 PM
3 bedroom home in the Hills w/ HEAT INCLUDED! - This nice 3 bedroom 1 bathroom home is perfect for a families looking to reside in a comfortable space. This home is located close enough to town without the hustle and bustle of city living.
Results within 10 miles of Badger
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4 Units Available
Birchwood Homes
1066 Turnagin Loop
Fairbanks, AK | Birchwood Homes
3 Bedrooms
$1,875
1921 sqft
4 Bedrooms
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5 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 25 at 04:44 AM
Townhomes for Rent near Fort Wainwright in Fairbanks, Alaska Welcome to Birchwood Homes, or how we say it welcome to the family—our houses in Fairbanks, AK, are ready to offer you a comfortable living experience where your wellbeing is always at
1 Unit Available
514 A Street
514 A St
Fairbanks, AK | Hamilton Acres
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
768 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:28 AM
Townhouse style apartments, two bedroom, one bathroom. Kitchen and living area downstairs, bedroom and bathroom upstairs. Gas range in kitchen. We supply heat, water, garbage pickup and gas for the stove. You pay for electric.
1 Unit Available
502 A Street
502 A St
Fairbanks, AK | Hamilton Acres
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
768 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:28 AM
Townhouse style apartments, two bedroom, one bathroom. Carpet throughout. Kitchen and living area downstairs, bedroom and bathroom upstairs. Gas range in kitchen. We supply heat, water, garbage pickup and gas for the stove. You pay for electric.
1 Unit Available
78 Dunbar Ave
78 Dunbar Ave
Fairbanks, AK | Hamilton Acres
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
768 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:28 AM
Townhouse style apartments, two bedroom, one bathroom. Kitchen and living area downstairs, bedroom and bathroom upstairs. Gas range in kitchen. We supply heat, water, garbage pickup and gas for the stove. You pay for electric.
1 Unit Available
88 F St Unit A
88 F Street
Fairbanks, AK | Hamilton Acres
3 Bedrooms
$1,850
1400 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:28 AM
Beautiful, upper unit in duplex. Three bedrooms, two baths, and heated 1-car garage. Private, arctic entry doubles as laundry area. Deck off arctic entry leads to nice, fenced-in yard.
1 Unit Available
1901 RICKERT STREET
1901 Rickert Street
Fairbanks, AK | Van Horn Industrial Area
1 Bedroom
$875
Last updated November 25 at 04:06 AM
Two freshly renovated 1 bedroom units, heat and water included. Handicap friendly entry. $875 with a 6 month lease, $900 on month to month.
1 Unit Available
1876 Gilmore Trl
1876 Gilmore Trail
Steele Creek, AK
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
2900 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 12:36 PM
Available 01/15/21 3 bed 2 bath house with view - Property Id: 414824 Three bed two bath house with great view and large yard. Spacious family room and finished basement. Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.
1 Unit Available
1352 Gull Road
1352 Gull Road
Farmers Loop, AK
Studio
$1,000
1000 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 12:35 PM
IN THE HILLS - Very Large apt - Upgraded, Nice yard - Nice sized lower level walk out unit. This home is very spacious and has two additional rooms that can be used as storage/ office or hobby rooms. Washer and dryer are in the unit.
1 Unit Available
455 3rd Avenue
455 3rd Avenue
Fairbanks, AK | Downtown Fairbanks
2 Bedrooms
$1,098
1030 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 09:50 AM
The Northward Building Apartments are located in the heart of downtown Fairbanks. This midrise, secured apartment living offers efficiency, one and two bedroom apartments with spectacular views of downtown, the Denali Mountains and Fairbanks.
1 Unit Available
1477 Joyce Drive
1477 Joyce Drive
Fairbanks, AK | Lazelle Estates
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
1406 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Newer 3bd/1.5bath townhouse in Shannon Park! - This energy efficient townhouse was built in the desirable neighborhood of Shannon Park! It is close to schools, shopping, Ft. Wainwright, and downtown. This neighborhood is well kept year round.
1 Unit Available
1527 Noble St.
1527 Noble Street
Fairbanks, AK
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,400
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
3 bedroom upstairs duplex apt! Fenced yard! Tenant only pays electric. - This lovely apartment is an upstairs unit in a duplex that included 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a spacious living room, full kitchen, and dining area.
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Apartment Rentals in Badger start at $1,150/month.
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While some Badger properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Badger properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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City Guide

Badger
Badger, Alaska, is close to the ghost town of Chena -- once a thriving place in the early 20th century.
Badger, Alaska, is close to the ghost town of Chena -- once a thriving place in the early 20th century.

Back in the day, Badger boasted several hundred inhabitants. However, in just a short space of time, the number of people living in town had dropped significantly. Peaking to 400 in 1907, the town's population kept falling over the years until there were only 20 inhabitants living in the locale in 1920. Now the former town is included as a quiet, if not lonely, suburb of Fairbanks.

Moving to Badger

Badger, Alaska, itself, is pretty thriving, considering its population is almost 20,000, according to the last reports in the 2010 U.S. Census. The community is situated in close proximity to the center of the state, and is one of the census designated places (CDPs) that form the North Star County borough of metro Fairbanks.

Comprised of just over 65 square miles, Badger has almost 300 inhabitants residing in each square mile. Therefore, people apparently don't mind congregating close together in the snowy enclave. Of course, being close to one another also serves to keep everyone warm - never something to scoff at wherever you are at in Alaska.

Badger's CDP status means that is isn't incorporated like villages, towns, and cities. If it was incorporated though, Badger would easily be considered a city. However, the former suburb is not likely to take on the role anytime soon. Because of Badger's close proximity to Fairbanks, becoming a city might present too much of a conflict. After all, people like to live peacefully up north.

If you are looking for a condo for rent or Badger rental properties, you can search for apartments online and find rental houses as well as, say, a 1 bedroom apartment in a duplex. Nice properties abound in Badger, and, as a bonus, the landlord even pays the heat for some of the residences - a premium amenity when you are searching for a place to stay in the cold parts of Alaska.

Moving to Badger
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Badger, Alaska, itself, is pretty thriving, considering its population is almost 20,000, according to the last reports in the 2010 U.S. Census. The community is situated in close proximity to the center of the state, and is one of the census designated places (CDPs) that form the North Star County borough of metro Fairbanks.

Comprised of just over 65 square miles, Badger has almost 300 inhabitants residing in each square mile. Therefore, people apparently don't mind congregating close together in the snowy enclave. Of course, being close to one another also serves to keep everyone warm - never something to scoff at wherever you are at in Alaska.

Badger's CDP status means that is isn't incorporated like villages, towns, and cities. If it was incorporated though, Badger would easily be considered a city. However, the former suburb is not likely to take on the role anytime soon. Because of Badger's close proximity to Fairbanks, becoming a city might present too much of a conflict. After all, people like to live peacefully up north.

If you are looking for a condo for rent or Badger rental properties, you can search for apartments online and find rental houses as well as, say, a 1 bedroom apartment in a duplex. Nice properties abound in Badger, and, as a bonus, the landlord even pays the heat for some of the residences - a premium amenity when you are searching for a place to stay in the cold parts of Alaska.

Neighborhoods

Badger is just one of the CDPs created from the outlying areas and suburbs that surround the Fairbanks area. Some of these locales include such rural-friendly places as Two Rivers, Chena Ridge, and Moose Creek. Therefore, Badger can be considered a neighborhood in and of itself. Because of its rural nature and because it was once considered a suburb, Badger is not represented by different communities. Yes, there is a north, south, east, and west side. But Badger has not taken on the sophisticated air that often results in divvying up locations into separate neighborhoods.

Well-maintained and neat are apt descriptions for many rental units in Badger. Heated arctic entrances in some of the units permit extra room for the removal of coat and boots. Plus, many of the residences feature additional space in the living area for a big-screen TV as well an oversized couch. Units frequently include large walk-in closets, mini blinds, and shelves for linens in the bath.

If you live in an apartment complex, you will usually have access to a nicely kept communal area. You may also find extra roomy garage stalls (about a foot across and 30 feet deep), for storing both adults and kids' sporting and recreational equipment. Washer and dryer hookups are the norm as are kitchen appliances, such as a microwave, dishwasher, and refrigerator. Happily, you don't have to shoot a bear and cook it over a rustic fireplace.

Neighborhoods
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Badger is just one of the CDPs created from the outlying areas and suburbs that surround the Fairbanks area. Some of these locales include such rural-friendly places as Two Rivers, Chena Ridge, and Moose Creek. Therefore, Badger can be considered a neighborhood in and of itself. Because of its rural nature and because it was once considered a suburb, Badger is not represented by different communities. Yes, there is a north, south, east, and west side. But Badger has not taken on the sophisticated air that often results in divvying up locations into separate neighborhoods.

Well-maintained and neat are apt descriptions for many rental units in Badger. Heated arctic entrances in some of the units permit extra room for the removal of coat and boots. Plus, many of the residences feature additional space in the living area for a big-screen TV as well an oversized couch. Units frequently include large walk-in closets, mini blinds, and shelves for linens in the bath.

If you live in an apartment complex, you will usually have access to a nicely kept communal area. You may also find extra roomy garage stalls (about a foot across and 30 feet deep), for storing both adults and kids' sporting and recreational equipment. Washer and dryer hookups are the norm as are kitchen appliances, such as a microwave, dishwasher, and refrigerator. Happily, you don't have to shoot a bear and cook it over a rustic fireplace.

Enjoying Badger

Badger Weather

When it comes to the weather -- well, unless if you've lived a good part of your life in a cave, you probably have figured out that Badger is pretty snowy and cold for most of the year. However, the good news is that the area hasn't ever suffered from any tornado damage or been the victim of an inadvertent mudslide.

Earthquakes!

However, that being, said, Badger has experienced about 66 earthquakes since the late 1930s. The earthquake, in fact, that generated the most ground-shaking tremors occurred in 1937, and hovered around 7.0 on the Richter scale. The most recent quakes occurred in the late '60s. So, Badger hasn't seen a major temblor in a while.

The area is also close to a volcano, situated adjacent to Buzzard Creek. However, this piece of rock hasn't been active since caveman days. As a result, you probably can find some glaciers that exhibit more activity than the volcano near Buzzard Creek.

Popular Eateries

Popular eateries close to Badger include the Pump House Restaurant and Saloon, Los Amigos, and the Ichiban Noodle Restaurant. If your tastes are more provincial, you can always stop in at the Alaska Burger Cabin for a hot dog or burger and fries. All the restaurants are located in Fairbanks.

Enjoying Badger
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Badger Weather

When it comes to the weather -- well, unless if you've lived a good part of your life in a cave, you probably have figured out that Badger is pretty snowy and cold for most of the year. However, the good news is that the area hasn't ever suffered from any tornado damage or been the victim of an inadvertent mudslide.

Earthquakes!

However, that being, said, Badger has experienced about 66 earthquakes since the late 1930s. The earthquake, in fact, that generated the most ground-shaking tremors occurred in 1937, and hovered around 7.0 on the Richter scale. The most recent quakes occurred in the late '60s. So, Badger hasn't seen a major temblor in a while.

The area is also close to a volcano, situated adjacent to Buzzard Creek. However, this piece of rock hasn't been active since caveman days. As a result, you probably can find some glaciers that exhibit more activity than the volcano near Buzzard Creek.

Popular Eateries

Popular eateries close to Badger include the Pump House Restaurant and Saloon, Los Amigos, and the Ichiban Noodle Restaurant. If your tastes are more provincial, you can always stop in at the Alaska Burger Cabin for a hot dog or burger and fries. All the restaurants are located in Fairbanks.

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City Guide

Badger
Badger, Alaska, is close to the ghost town of Chena -- once a thriving place in the early 20th century.
Badger, Alaska, is close to the ghost town of Chena -- once a thriving place in the early 20th century.

Back in the day, Badger boasted several hundred inhabitants. However, in just a short space of time, the number of people living in town had dropped significantly. Peaking to 400 in 1907, the town's population kept falling over the years until there were only 20 inhabitants living in the locale in 1920. Now the former town is included as a quiet, if not lonely, suburb of Fairbanks.

Moving to Badger

Badger, Alaska, itself, is pretty thriving, considering its population is almost 20,000, according to the last reports in the 2010 U.S. Census. The community is situated in close proximity to the center of the state, and is one of the census designated places (CDPs) that form the North Star County borough of metro Fairbanks.

Comprised of just over 65 square miles, Badger has almost 300 inhabitants residing in each square mile. Therefore, people apparently don't mind congregating close together in the snowy enclave. Of course, being close to one another also serves to keep everyone warm - never something to scoff at wherever you are at in Alaska.

Badger's CDP status means that is isn't incorporated like villages, towns, and cities. If it was incorporated though, Badger would easily be considered a city. However, the former suburb is not likely to take on the role anytime soon. Because of Badger's close proximity to Fairbanks, becoming a city might present too much of a conflict. After all, people like to live peacefully up north.

If you are looking for a condo for rent or Badger rental properties, you can search for apartments online and find rental houses as well as, say, a 1 bedroom apartment in a duplex. Nice properties abound in Badger, and, as a bonus, the landlord even pays the heat for some of the residences - a premium amenity when you are searching for a place to stay in the cold parts of Alaska.

Moving to Badger
+

Badger, Alaska, itself, is pretty thriving, considering its population is almost 20,000, according to the last reports in the 2010 U.S. Census. The community is situated in close proximity to the center of the state, and is one of the census designated places (CDPs) that form the North Star County borough of metro Fairbanks.

Comprised of just over 65 square miles, Badger has almost 300 inhabitants residing in each square mile. Therefore, people apparently don't mind congregating close together in the snowy enclave. Of course, being close to one another also serves to keep everyone warm - never something to scoff at wherever you are at in Alaska.

Badger's CDP status means that is isn't incorporated like villages, towns, and cities. If it was incorporated though, Badger would easily be considered a city. However, the former suburb is not likely to take on the role anytime soon. Because of Badger's close proximity to Fairbanks, becoming a city might present too much of a conflict. After all, people like to live peacefully up north.

If you are looking for a condo for rent or Badger rental properties, you can search for apartments online and find rental houses as well as, say, a 1 bedroom apartment in a duplex. Nice properties abound in Badger, and, as a bonus, the landlord even pays the heat for some of the residences - a premium amenity when you are searching for a place to stay in the cold parts of Alaska.

Neighborhoods

Badger is just one of the CDPs created from the outlying areas and suburbs that surround the Fairbanks area. Some of these locales include such rural-friendly places as Two Rivers, Chena Ridge, and Moose Creek. Therefore, Badger can be considered a neighborhood in and of itself. Because of its rural nature and because it was once considered a suburb, Badger is not represented by different communities. Yes, there is a north, south, east, and west side. But Badger has not taken on the sophisticated air that often results in divvying up locations into separate neighborhoods.

Well-maintained and neat are apt descriptions for many rental units in Badger. Heated arctic entrances in some of the units permit extra room for the removal of coat and boots. Plus, many of the residences feature additional space in the living area for a big-screen TV as well an oversized couch. Units frequently include large walk-in closets, mini blinds, and shelves for linens in the bath.

If you live in an apartment complex, you will usually have access to a nicely kept communal area. You may also find extra roomy garage stalls (about a foot across and 30 feet deep), for storing both adults and kids' sporting and recreational equipment. Washer and dryer hookups are the norm as are kitchen appliances, such as a microwave, dishwasher, and refrigerator. Happily, you don't have to shoot a bear and cook it over a rustic fireplace.

Neighborhoods
+

Badger is just one of the CDPs created from the outlying areas and suburbs that surround the Fairbanks area. Some of these locales include such rural-friendly places as Two Rivers, Chena Ridge, and Moose Creek. Therefore, Badger can be considered a neighborhood in and of itself. Because of its rural nature and because it was once considered a suburb, Badger is not represented by different communities. Yes, there is a north, south, east, and west side. But Badger has not taken on the sophisticated air that often results in divvying up locations into separate neighborhoods.

Well-maintained and neat are apt descriptions for many rental units in Badger. Heated arctic entrances in some of the units permit extra room for the removal of coat and boots. Plus, many of the residences feature additional space in the living area for a big-screen TV as well an oversized couch. Units frequently include large walk-in closets, mini blinds, and shelves for linens in the bath.

If you live in an apartment complex, you will usually have access to a nicely kept communal area. You may also find extra roomy garage stalls (about a foot across and 30 feet deep), for storing both adults and kids' sporting and recreational equipment. Washer and dryer hookups are the norm as are kitchen appliances, such as a microwave, dishwasher, and refrigerator. Happily, you don't have to shoot a bear and cook it over a rustic fireplace.

Enjoying Badger

Badger Weather

When it comes to the weather -- well, unless if you've lived a good part of your life in a cave, you probably have figured out that Badger is pretty snowy and cold for most of the year. However, the good news is that the area hasn't ever suffered from any tornado damage or been the victim of an inadvertent mudslide.

Earthquakes!

However, that being, said, Badger has experienced about 66 earthquakes since the late 1930s. The earthquake, in fact, that generated the most ground-shaking tremors occurred in 1937, and hovered around 7.0 on the Richter scale. The most recent quakes occurred in the late '60s. So, Badger hasn't seen a major temblor in a while.

The area is also close to a volcano, situated adjacent to Buzzard Creek. However, this piece of rock hasn't been active since caveman days. As a result, you probably can find some glaciers that exhibit more activity than the volcano near Buzzard Creek.

Popular Eateries

Popular eateries close to Badger include the Pump House Restaurant and Saloon, Los Amigos, and the Ichiban Noodle Restaurant. If your tastes are more provincial, you can always stop in at the Alaska Burger Cabin for a hot dog or burger and fries. All the restaurants are located in Fairbanks.

Enjoying Badger
+

Badger Weather

When it comes to the weather -- well, unless if you've lived a good part of your life in a cave, you probably have figured out that Badger is pretty snowy and cold for most of the year. However, the good news is that the area hasn't ever suffered from any tornado damage or been the victim of an inadvertent mudslide.

Earthquakes!

However, that being, said, Badger has experienced about 66 earthquakes since the late 1930s. The earthquake, in fact, that generated the most ground-shaking tremors occurred in 1937, and hovered around 7.0 on the Richter scale. The most recent quakes occurred in the late '60s. So, Badger hasn't seen a major temblor in a while.

The area is also close to a volcano, situated adjacent to Buzzard Creek. However, this piece of rock hasn't been active since caveman days. As a result, you probably can find some glaciers that exhibit more activity than the volcano near Buzzard Creek.

Popular Eateries

Popular eateries close to Badger include the Pump House Restaurant and Saloon, Los Amigos, and the Ichiban Noodle Restaurant. If your tastes are more provincial, you can always stop in at the Alaska Burger Cabin for a hot dog or burger and fries. All the restaurants are located in Fairbanks.