Race over to Lexington

Our corporate housing options match the growing demands of Lexington as a premiere destination for professional and personal travel. Whether you are coming for the Kentucky Horse Park, or arriving for a new job at Amazon.com, Xerox or Lockheed Martin, a furnished apartment from AHI Corporate Housing will be your perfect short-term housing solution. AHI Corporate Housing provides fully furnished apartments in upscale apartment communities throughout the city.

Lexington & Louisville Office:

2812 Shoemaker Drive

Louisville, Kentucky 40241


While You’re Here: Lexington, Kentucky

Whether you are relocating, in between homes or taking on a new work project, we have the right Lexington furnished apartment for you!

As you enjoy your extended stay in Lexington, KY, spend your off time enjoying all that the city has to offer. You’ll have no problem finding something you love to keep you busy. Here are the highlights that you won’t want to miss while you’re here…

Local Spot.

Visit the small, but mighty, James E. Pepper Distillery. Located in downtown Lexington, Kentucky, this distillery offers an intimate, educational and high caliber tour that includes the story of the historic Pepper Brand & Distillery, a tour of the working distillery and a tasting of our award-winning whiskeys. Definitely a hidden gem.


Find comfort and hospitality at Carson’s Food & Drink. Relax, unwind and choose from their wide array of beverages from all over the world as well as cocktails from the 1930s. Their menu has items to suit anyone’s style. Carson’s Food & Drink brings Lexington to life by combining Kentucky Proud products and local craft breweries with new and exciting recipes and a décor that feels like old Kentucky elegance. Carson’s brings you all the Bluegrass has to offer.


Enjoy your time off at West Sixth Brewing. Located north of Main Street at the end of the popular Jefferson on West Sixth Street. Discover fresh, local beer made on site and served in a spacious taproom, beer garden, and patio. A great place to kick back, drink some great beer, meet with friends, watch the game, or just hang out.


A trip to Lexington wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Kentucky Horse Park. As the only park of its kind in the world, the Kentucky Horse Park is a working horse farm, educational theme park and equine competition facility all in one. Set on more than 1,200 acres, the park is the perfect place to get close to horses. The park’s International Museum of the Horse, a Smithsonian Affiliate, is the world’s largest equestrian museum. Go and find out why Lexington is the Horse Capital of the World.


Wander through the Arboretum at the University of Kentucky for beautiful sights and floral scents. The Arboretum is the state’s botanical garden. The 100 acres of the Arboretum include the Walk Across Kentucky which features plants and trees from Kentucky’s seven physiographic regions, The Arboretum Woods, rose gardens, horticulture display gardens and the Kentucky Children’s Garden.