For leasing information, please contact property manager Susan Eisel.

Phone: (606) 393-5019


Office hours 7:00-3:00

Constructed in 1946 with concrete, steel, and brick, this hospital was built to last and was integral to the state’s crusade against Tuberculosis in the mid-twentieth century.

Former hospital rooms have been carefully and expertly transformed into beautiful apartments with generous living areas. The apartments feature high ceilings, large windows, spacious closets, individually controlled thermostats, and fully-equipped kitchens. A management office and convenient laundry facilities are also offered onsite.

There are 34 gracious apartments in total with 15 one-bedroom, 12 two-bedroom, and 7 three-bedroom units. All homes are accessible by an elevator that serves all levels.

Harbor Hill offers convenient and comfortable living at various rent levels through financing from the Kentucky Housing Corporation, the City of Ashland, National City Bank, and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati. Income restrictions will apply for all apartments.

Safe Harbor of North East Kentucky, Inc. offers many programs on-site including case management, counseling, clothing and furniture assistance, programming for children, support groups, etc. All services are available to residents.

Project Features & Amenities

Fully-equipped kitchens

Traditional oak cabinetry

Self-cleaning electric range

Energy Star® dishwasher

Frost-free Energy Star® refrigerator

Paddle fans in most living areas and all bedrooms

Handicap accessibility

Tall ceiling heights

Abundant natural light

Window blinds

Individual climate control

Security system

On-site management office

Electronic entry

Complete fire suppression system

Central Laundry room

Cable TV Access

High Speed Internet Access

Landscaped Grounds

Convenient on-site parking

Elevator to serve all floors





Project made possible by:

Developer: AU Associates, Inc.

Non-profit: Safe Harbor of NorthEast Kentucky

Architect: Brandstetter Carroll

Contractor: DW Wilburn

Financial Assistance provided by: National City Bank

City of Ashland

Kentucky Housing Corporation

Kentucky Heritage Council