Welcome to Oklahoma City

Sometimes referred to as serviced apartments or temporary housing, furnished apartments and used as a great alternative to the extended stay hotel option. Our Oklahoma City furnished apartments include furniture, utilities, cookware, linens and more. With an AHI Corporate Housing apartment, all you need to bring is your food and your clothes. We take care of everything else.

Local Oklahoma City & Tulsa Office:

13764 North Lincoln Blvd

Edmond, Oklahoma 73013

405-603-3493

While You’re Here: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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

As you enjoy your extended stay in Oklahoma City, spend your off time enjoying all that the OKC 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.

Indulge your sweet tooth at the local sensation, Pie Junkie. Pie Junkie is located in OKC’s bustling Plaza District. Serving pies by the slice or whole, it’s no wonder that this business which began as a hobby is growing so much. Visit Pie Junkie and feel like you are eating a homemade pie from your personal family table.

Snack.

Enjoy a meal at Vast Oklahoma City Restaurant. Located in the heart of downtown, on the 49th and 50th floor of Devon Tower, Vast has been serving experiences since it was founded in 2012. Using Oklahoma City as its inspiration, Vast’s award winning food is sourced from local producers and its service is incomparable. Plus, the view from 726 feet up can’t be beat.

Sip.

Take a tour of Anthem Brewery to learn about their rich history, the brewing process and have a pint or two along the way. Whether you’re a beer connoisseur or you simply enjoy a good brew, you’ll want to check Anthem out.

See.

Take a seat and enjoy the sites of the Bricktown Entertainment District on the Bricktown Water Taxi. Once on board a water taxi, you’ll be entertained as you learn all about OKC’s history and recent renaissance. Boats run continuously every 10-15 minutes and tickets are all-day passes. You can ride round trip, which takes approximately 40 minutes, or you can board and exit at any of the docking locations along the canal to get you through Bricktown and down to the Boathouse District.

Experience Prosperity Junction at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. This replica of a turn-of-the-century cattle town is a collection of all things to do with the American West. You’ll take a step back into time as you explore the railroad depot, blacksmith shop, livery stable, church and school.

Stroll.

In the middle of downtown Oklahoma City are the Myriad Botanical Gardens, a public space that stretches out over 15 acres. There is much to see and do in the gardens including paths to walk and run along. There are occasional concerts to be enjoyed at the bandstand. Classes are run throughout the year for both adults and children. Classes include chocolate making, story reading, gardening lessons and much more.