Welcome to Montgomery, Alabama

AHI Corporate Housing provides furnished apartments with short-term apartment leases in Montgomery, Alabama.

Montgomery is home to Maxwell Air Force Base. AHI Corporate Housing is an excellent resource for military personnel and families in search of furnished apartments close to and on the base. Short-term temporary housing is also an economical solution for interns and employees working nearby.

Local Montgomery Office:

8220 Old Federal Road
Montgomery, AL 36117


While You’re Here: Montgomery, Alabama

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

As you enjoy your extended stay in Montgomery, AL, spend your off time enjoying all that the Capital City has to offer. Here are the highlights that you won’t want to miss while you’re here…

Local Spot.

Visit Chris’ Hotdogs for a famous hotdog with the locals of Montgomery. Founded in 1917, Chris’ Hotdogs have been enjoyed by every walk of life. They are one of the only hotdog and hamburger restaurants in the area and the oldest family owned and operated American food restaurant Montgomery, AL.


Enjoy an upscale casual meal at Central, the #1 rated restaurant in Montgomery. Central is located at the heart of the city’s downtown entertainment district. The food, ambiance and service is incredible, making Central a must-stop restaurant in Montgomery.


Head over to Montgomery’s only production brewery, Common Bond. You can sit at the bar and look through the windows into the production area to watch great beer being made.


The Alabama State Capitol is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the First Confederate Capitol. The Alabama State Capitol is a working museum. Restored areas open to the public include the House of Representatives, Senate Chamber, Old Supreme Court Chamber & Library, and Rotunda.

Experience the Civil Rights Memorial Center. A circular black granite table records the names of the martyrs and chronicles the history of the movement in lines that radiate like the hands of a clock. The Memorial is just around the corner from the church where Dr. King served as pastor during the Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1955-1956, and the Alabama Capitol steps where the Selma-to-Montgomery voting rights march ended in 1965. The Memorial is located on an open plaza accessible to visitors 24 hours a day, every day of the week.


Get some fresh air at Riverfront Park. Riverfront Park is an entertainment destination on the banks of the Alabama River. Nature walks, riverboat rides, events, concerts, baseball in Riverwalk Stadium and access to the river make the park a great place to enjoy the outdoors.