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Welcome to Tuscaloosa, Alabama

AHI Corporate Housing has the largest local selection of short-term housing in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Our residences are located throughout the city in upscale corporate apartment communities with all the amenities. Enjoy the pool, or stay fit at state-of-the-art workout facilities in your spare time. Take advantage of the full-size kitchen to cook your own meals conveniently and eat comfortably in your fully furnished dining room.

Get in touch with one of our Tuscaloosa representatives to reserve your corporate extended stay today!

205-987-7797

While You’re Here: Tuscaloosa, Alabama

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

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

Local Spot.

Visit Capitol Park to see the remains of Alabama’s old State Capitol. Tuscaloosa was the capital of Alabama from 1826-1846. In 1923, the capitol building caught fire while a construction worker was doing routine repairs. Now, fragments of a once-grand rotunda and shattered columns stand within a picturesque park.

Snack.

DePalma’s Italian Café has been a downtown Tuscaloosa institution for more than two decades, serving fine Italian cuisine crafted from fresh ingredients. Its open-style kitchen allows you to watch dishes being prepared while you wait for their orders.

Sip.

Black Warrior Brewing Company is downtown Tuscaloosa’s favorite craft brewery. Located on University Boulevard, right across from City Hall, this is the prime spot to drink local. Enjoy live music as you share the night with great company.

See.

No visit to T-Town would be complete without a visit to the University of Alabama’s Bryant-Denny Stadium, home of the Crimson Tide football team. Take a stroll along the “Walk of Champions” and pose for a picture with the five legendary football coaches, roughly 2,000 pound, 9-foot tall bronze statues.

Stroll.

Tuscaloosa Riverwalk spans the length of the Black Warrior River’s southern banks throughout Tuscaloosa’s downtown region, offering a paved trail that is open for walking, running, and bicycle use. The two-way path stretches approximately 4.5 miles throughout the city, beginning at Capitol Park and ending on the eastern side of Manderson Landing.