In 2009 IHI completed the historic and seismic rehab of our flagship property, Lyndon Musolf Manor. Named in honor of IHI's founding board president, this historic hotel provides 95 units of affordable studio housing for very low-income singles. IHI originally acquired the property in 1991, preserving a valuable housing resource in Old Town. By 2006 the 100 year old building needed new electrical and plumbing systems, an ADA compliant elevator, and a new roof. We also gave the lobby an historic facelift, upgraded the studio apartments, and did a complete seismic upgrade, making it a much safer place for our residents in the event of an earthquake. We liked the result so much, we moved in ourselves! IHI's offices are now housed in one of 7 commercial spaces on the ground floor.