By Dan Rudy 

Sourdough Lodge sold, to become assisted care center


January 5, 2017

Dan Rudy/ Wrangell Sentinel

One of Wrangell's oldest and largest lodgings, the Sourdough Lodge has been sold to a group of partners, who will convert the building into an assisted living facility. To be called Harbor House because of its view of Reliance Harbor, the center is expected to open its doors to residents in April.

Wrangell's second-largest travel lodging has been sold, and will be repurposed as a senior housing and assisted living center this spring.

The owners of the Sourdough Lodge sold the property to a group of buyers, who are currently renovating its rooms and preparing it for the new use. Once completed, by April 1 the lodge will be rechristened Harbor House Assisted Living Center and Senior Housing.

One of the buyers, Shannon Bosdell, explained the facility will fill a need in the community for housing alternatives benefitting seniors.

"What I understand from the research that I've done, is we...

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