This is a tiny earthquake for the region, but it is deep in the ocean crust, so I find it interesting. Must be some high stresses there! The whole Alaska area has been lit up like a Christmas tree, so I watch it with interest.
I once did a big study of the 64 quake. It was all soft soil damage, so I doubt Anchorage will do well the next time. Decrepit old buildings on rock didn't have their toilets cracked. If we had instruments we would have found a PGV of under 10 cm/s on rock, and 1-200 cm/s on soil. I wonder if we even have the instruments now?