© The Inn at City Hall
About The Inn at City Hall
Located in the old Augusta City Hall building in downtown Augusta, the Inn is over 100 years old and listed as a historical landmark. After being vacant since 1998, the building has been renovated into assisted-living apartments. Many of the interior and exterior historical features have been preserved, making The Inn at City Hall one of the most unique senior residential projects in Maine. This program offers seniors an affordable opportunity to maintain their independence while receiving the daily assistance they need.
This program has been made possible through a number of partners including HINE-2 Corporation, MaineGeneral Rehabilitation and Long Term Care, the City of Augusta and various state agencies.
HINE-2 Corporation is an offshoot of its parent organization, Housing Initiatives of New England Corporation. Housing Initiatives is a non-profit organization that owns senior housing communities throughout Maine and New Hampshire. Located next door to The Inn is Kennebec Plaza, an independent living facility for seniors also owned by Housing Initiatives of New England Corporation.
Maine Governor Angus King addresses the gathered guests at the opening celebration of The Inn at City Hall in October 2001. The Governor hailed the project as the model of a non-profit, private business and government partnership.
MaineGeneral Rehabilitation and Long Term Care is responsible for staffing and the day to day operations of The Inn. The 24-hour on-site staff provides various services for residents depending on each person's needs. MaineGeneral regularly updates and assess each individuals service needs.
Property management services are be provided by Stewart Property Management that also manages several additional senior housing complexes throughout the state of Maine and New Hampshire.