Note: The above rates typically are inclusive of all utilities, local phone and basic cable along with furnishings and amenities. Please confirm with each company exactly what is included in their rates.
The restaurants in Connecticut Avenue are fin; also Nam Viet, the Vietnamese restaurant in Cleveland Park.
American History; American Art History, Postal Museum.
Location: Pentagon City, Arlington, Washington DC
Date: May to July 2010
I found it cheaper to rent with a year lease (and furnish a studio apartment) than to pay the extra for coming and going
Everything except that it didn't have a grocery store close by.
There's a Thai restaurant on Joyce Street in Pentagon City - can't remember name - only one that was outstanding. Others are definitely adequate. Need vegan restaurant, though.
Marshall's, Best Buy, Borders Books - those only 2 blocks away
Walking back and forth to Pentagon City Metro - for work
Particular Liked Area:
Indoor gym, extremely nice concierge folks, Corporate Apartment Specialists were very responsive and kind and appreciated me as a client. Never felt un-secure in the apartment. Nice furniture and cabled internet and all the amenities that I needed
Location: West End, Washington DC
Date: September to March 2011
Very quiet and clean, great location - close proximity to Georgetown, Dupont and both metros.
Illy Coffee, many restaurants in Georgetown and on P Street
Georgetown and north Dupont
Right near Rock Creek Park and there are also tennis courts right outside the apartment building
Location: City Centre, Washington DC
Date: June to August 2010
Proximity to work and friends/colleagues
Location: Dupont Circle, Washington DC
Date: October to December 2010
The mattress was lumpy and I did not metion it at the begining of my stay, but did at the end. I would reccomend to bring up any problmes at the begining, they stated that they would have done something about the lumpy mattress if I had metioned it eary on.
The staff at the Hudson were great friendly and very helpful.
The shops , restaunts, Whole Foods, CVS, metro, walking distance to work.
The Logan bar and grill. The Dupont Circle Bar,
The different shops around Dupont Circle
The contents of this report are based on information generally available to the public from sources believed to be reliable. No representation is made that it is timely, accurate or complete.
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Van Ness - UDC
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Alexandria - Landmark
Alexandria - Skyline
Arlington - Ballston
Arlington - Clarendon
Arlington - Courthouse
Arlington - Crystal City
Arlington - Pentagon City
Arlington - Rosslyn
Arlington - Virginia Square
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Interim Housing Solutions can help you find the best furnished apartments in Washington DC at the most reasonable rates. Whether you are relocating to the city, working on an extended assignment, settling an insurance claim, undergoing extended medical treatment or simply need a place to call home during a period of transition.
Tell us everything you want from furnished apartments in Washington DC. The more specific you are, the better we can narrow down the options to best suit your needs. We want your experience in your Washington, D.C. executive housing to be a positive one. Just fill out the online housing request form, and then you can stop looking and start packing.
Walk to metro locations - offering easy commuting from the close in suburbs of Arlington, Alexandria, Falls Church in Virginia, to Bethesda, Chevy Chase, Rockville and Gaithersburg on the Maryland side. We have many locations right in the District as well.
Individual owners of furnished condominiums and homes, regional corporate housing providers and national short term housing companies.
Different price ranges and budgets.
Corporate Apartments and Furnished Apartments in Washington DC
Interim Housing Solutions can help you find the corporate apartments and furnished apartments in Washington DC with just one call to our toll-free number (866-279-4471) or by completing our online housing request form. We are very familiar with the companies who offer temporary housing and know the Washington, D.C. area and can assist you in finding the best location based on your personal need. In fact, we contact on your behalf over thirty different short term housing companies to find the perfect temporary housing option to best fit your needs.
The average cost for corporate apartments and furnished apartments in Washington DC begins at $2,500 per month and can go as high as $5,000 per month for two bedroom/two bathroom housing. If you have a very limited budget, Interim Housing Solutions works with serviced rental providers that offer rates beginning as low as $2,200 per month for a studio apartment. Some of the suburbs of Washington, D.C. in Maryland and Virginia will offer more cost effective alternatives for corporate housing and furnished rentals.
Fast Facts - Washington, D.C.
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Population: 553,523 (4.7 million in metropolitan area) Average Temperatures: January - 43 degrees; July - 89 degrees Average Travel Time to Work: 29.7 minutes Major Industries: Federal government/federal contractors, non-profit organizations, law, lobbying, aerospace and commercial air travel Washington, D.C. Government: http://www.dc.gov/ (includes visitors guide, resident and business information) Major Newspapers: Washington Post, Washington Times, Washington City Paper, Washington Examiner, Washington Blade, WashingtonInformer
Washington, D.C. Neighborhoods
In Washington, D.C., Interim Housing Solutions works with companies that provide furnished rentals in Washington, D.C., as well as in neighboring states of Maryland and Virginia. Whether you are looking for a furnished rental in the Washington, D.C. or in its suburbs, Interim Housing Solutions will be able to help you find exactly what you are looking for.
Washington, D.C. furnished rentals are available in most of the city's neighborhoods. From stylish Georgetown to the business-like streets of Federal Triangle to the political Capitol Hill area, there is a wide array of options to choose from:
Adams Morgan: With a vibrant character, Adam's Morgan welcomes people from all walks of life. Washington, D.C. furnished rental residents can enjoy this neighborhood's ethnic flair with great dining options and cultural events.
Capitol Hill: Just blocks away from the U.S. Capitol, this neighborhood has a great history to it. Here you can find beautiful row homes and gardens.
Cathedral/Glover Park: Located near Georgetown and American University, this neighborhood is more residential and is home to many students.
Chevy Chase: This upscale neighborhood borders Chevy Chase, Maryland. Washington, D.C. furnished rental dwellers can take advantage of the popular shops and restaurants here.
Cleveland Park: This residential area, located in northwest D.C., has a New England feel to it with winding streets and houses with front porches. Within walking distance of the National Cathedral and National Zoo.
Downtown: In this area of Washington, D.C. furnished rentals you can experience both the history of the city and its contemporary culture. You'll find museums, theaters and fine dining throughout this neighborhood.
Dupont Circle: This lively neighborhood is filled with fun art museums, international dining and stately homes. The center of the neighborhood is the Dupont Memorial Fountain, a great place for Washington, D.C. furnished rental residents to enjoy a picnic or people-watch!
Federal Triangle: Stretching between the White House and the U.S. Capitol, this area contains many federal buildings, such as the Justice Department, Department of Commerce and the IRS.
Foggy Bottom: This neighborhood is located conveniently between the Downtown area of D.C. and Georgetown. Also home to George Washington University, Watergate and the John F. Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C. furnished rental residents will find a neighborhood with a nice local feel.
Georgetown: With everything from boat houses to upscale shops and fine dining, Georgetown is a mix of history and fun.
Kalorama: Also known as Embassy Row, this neighborhood has large houses and multiple parks. This neighborhood is also home to several high profile politicians.
Southwest D.C./Waterfront: Located on the edge of the Potomac River, this neighborhood has a rich ethnic culture and was recently part of an urban renewal project.
Tenleytown: Located in the heart of American University this neighborhood is also populated by students. With restaurants, movie theaters and shopping, this neighborhood has a residential feel to it.
U Street Corridor: A center of the city's African American community, the U-Street area holds an abundance of African American heritage. The neighborhood is also part of an urban renewal project and has many theaters and clubs.
Upper Northwest: Furnished rentals in Upper Northwest are in a residential neighborhood with its trendy shops and restaurants. Borders Rock Creek Park, perfect to enjoy the outdoors.
Upper Wisconsin: This area, also known as Friendship Heights, is filled with retail shops and restaurants. Upper Wisconsin is generally considered as a wealthy neighborhood.
West End: This small area in northwest D.C. has several large condominium and office buildings. It's most prominent landmarks include the Ritz Carlton and the West End branch of the D.C. Public Library.
Woodley Park: Located in the upper northwest section of Washington, D.C., is filled with restaurants and shops. Washington, D.C. furnished rental residents can also enjoy Rock Creek Park, a large grassy park in this neighborhood.
In addition, Interim Housing Solutions works with providers of furnished rentals in Northern Virginia and Maryland.
Maryland Furnished Rentals:
Virginia Furnished Rentals:
Alexandria - Landmark
Alexandria - Old Town
Arlington - Ballston
Arlington - Clarendon
Arlington - Crystal City
Arlington - Courthouse
Arlington - Pentagon City
Arlington - Rosslyn
Arlington - Virginia Square
Now that you know the neighborhoods, it's time to go out and explore them! Read on to find more fun things to do during your stay in temporary housing.
Washington, D.C. highways, public transportation systems and airports transport millions of people each day. In this fast-paced city, learning your way around takes a top priority as you get settled in your Washington, D.C. furnished apartment. Whether you take the Metro to work everyday or travel the HOV lanes, with a little knowledge of the area, you'll be able to find your way around from your furnished apartment in Washington, D.C. in no time.
D.C. residents primarily rely on the Metro to take them from place to place. The system, run by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, serves 3.5 million people over a 1,500 square mile area. The Metro system is the second largest rail transit system in the country. Furnished apartments in Washington, D.C. are located near Metro, which also runs bus and rail lines from Virginia and Maryland into the District, making it easy for residents to get to work or tour the nation's capital. The Metro's website has important information regarding system maps, fares and schedules, which can be useful to executive housing residents.
If your temporary rental is in the suburbs in Virginia or Maryland, you may find that taking a train into the city is a more timely way to commute. The Virginia Railway Express (VRE) runs from points west (Manassas and Fredericksburg, VA) into D.C. If your furnished apartment leads you to Maryland, you can take the MARC Train into the city. This railway carries residents from Baltimore, Frederick and other locations in Maryland to downtown D.C.
Driving in and around the city while in Washington, D.C. furnished apartments? Its best to grab a map book before you hit the road! Several major highways connect D.C. and the surrounding area, making it convenient to get around the city. When driving, be sure to pay attention to HOV lanes (high occupancy vehicle), toll roads and traffic patterns. Below are a few of the major highways of Washington, D.C.:
I-495: Known as the Capital Beltway, this highway provides a bypass around Washington, D.C.
I-95: Connects with I-495 to bypass the city on the eastern side. Will connect you from Maryland to Virginia on your way south towards Richmond.
I-66: Runs east and west from the Virginia suburbs into Washington, D.C. Once you are "inside of the Beltway," all lanes become HOV-2 during rush hours.
I-395: Connects from I-95 in Springfield, VA, into Washington, D.C. Inside of the Beltway, this road offers an HOV-3 option, convenient for commuters.
I-270: Connects I-70 in Maryland to Washington, D.C. This road also has an HOV-2 option for travelers.
I-295: Known as the Anacostia Freeway in the District, this road runs along the south side of Anacostia and links with the Baltimore Washington Parkway, which runs north and south between Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
If you are looking to rent a car while in Washington, D.C., you'll have many options to choose from during your stay in your furnished apartment in Washington, D.C. Agencies such as Hertz, Avis, Enterprise and many others operate in the Washington, D.C. area.
D.C. also offers Zip Cars and Flexcars which can be rented on an as-needed basis by those in Washington, D.C. furnished apartments. This allows you to have the luxury of a car when you need it, without the hassle of parking, upkeep, etc. - a perfect fit for many corporate apartment residents.
In Washington, D.C. you'll find plenty of taxicabs to take you to or from your furnished apartment in Washington, D.C. Whether you're going out for a night on the town or heading to a hearing on Capitol Hill, D.C. taxicabs are a convenient way for those in furnished apartments in Washington, D.C. to get around. Washington-based taxicabs are regulated by the District of Columbia Taxicab Commission. Common taxicabs that service D.C., Virginia and Maryland include Yellow Cab, White Top, Diamond Cab and Gold Star Cab Company.
If you are headed to the airport or perhaps a romantic evening on the town, you may consider a limousine service while you are in your Washington, D.C. furnished apartment. The District of Columbia Taxicab Commission also regulates limousine services within the city limits. Some limousine companies that are used throughout the Washington, D.C. area include Continental Executive Services, On Time Limo and United Sedan Service.
Flying out of D.C.? Washington residents typically fly out of three area airports. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, located just outside of the city is accessible by Metro rail - which can be helpful for those who stay in Washington, D.C. furnished apartments. Dulles International Airport is further west off of I-66, while Baltimore Washington International Airport is about an hour north in Baltimore.
Fun in The City
At Interim Housing Solutions, we want to help you find not only temporary housing in Washington, D.C., but temporary housing that fits your lifestyle. The city has a cultural appeal that will keep you entertained while in Washington, D.C. So whether you're visiting Arlington National Cemetery, catching a play at the famous Ford's Theatre or spending an afternoon roaming the Mall, you'll enjoy spending time in your Washington, D.C. temporary housing.
One of Washington's main attractions is the National Mall and Memorial Parks, which contain multiple monuments that pay tribute to the nation's past. The 1,000 plus acre national park includes the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Washington Monument, World War II Memorial, and many other sites. Washington, D.C. temporary housing residents take note: walking shoes are a must: if you plan to spend a day touring the Mall!
If you are looking to get into organized sports while in temporary housing in Washington, D.C., the Mall's lawn is also used for many adult sports leagues. Pick your sport - the Mall offers kickball, soccer and ultimate Frisbee leagues, and many other organized sports teams exist throughout the city.
Although Washington, D.C. is packed with people, there are many trails and parks for nature lovers to enjoy the outdoors while enjoying your furnished apartment in Washington, D.C. Spend a day in Rock Creek Park with the tall trees and wildlife or travel to Great Falls an 800 acre park with multiple trails and waterfalls. D.C. is also located within driving distance to the Chesapeake Bay and the Blue Ridge Mountains so pack a lunch and you're ready for a fun and exciting day trip.
If you are a sports fanatic, you'll be able to get your fair share of games in while staying in your temporary housing in Washington, D.C. Several professional sports teams are located in Washington, D.C., including:
Washington Redskins (National Football League)
Washington Capitals (National Hockey League)
Washington Wizards (National Basketball League)
Washington Mystics (Women's National Basketball League)
Washington Nationals (Major League Baseball)
D.C. United (Major League Soccer)
D.C. is home to many cultural artifacts and activities. Whether you are a museum buff or a music lover, you will find plenty to do in the city during your stay in your corporate apartment in Washington, D.C.
In addition to memorials and monuments, Washington, D.C. has many museums to wander through while enjoying your temporary rental. The Smithsonian Institute museums are located in D.C. and include the Anacostia Museum, Hirshhorn Museum, Air and Space Museum, Museum of American History, Museum of Natural History, Museum of the American Indian, American Art Museum, and the National Zoo, among others.
Other museums of interest include the National Gallery of Art, Corcoran Gallery of Art, the International Spy Museum and the Holocaust Museum. And if you're feeling political, tour the White House or the Capitol or stop by the Library of Congress and the National Archives.
Washington, D.C. is second only to New York in the number of theater seats it offers, so if you enjoy the performing arts, you're in luck! There are plenty of plays, musicals, dance performances and more to satisfy you while in your Washington, DC temporary housing. The most well-known theater may be the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts which has everything from ballet to opera to jazz. Other top theaters include Ford's Theatre, National Theatre and Warner Theater. The Capitol Steps are a great group to check out, as their music and acts take a humorous look at Congress.
And if you can't get enough of concerts, D.C. welcomes many big name bands and singers to its stages throughout the year. Popular music venues for big acts include:
Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts
Merriweather Post Pavilion
Temporary housing in Washington, DC offer so much more! Read on to find out more about your dining options, shopping and much more! Your stay in our Washington, D.C. serviced rentals will always offer something new and fun to experience.
Washington, D.C. Activities
In a new city, it can take a while to figure out the best restaurants, shopping malls and bars. With Interim Housing Solutions, we can put you on the fast track to learning what restaurants to check out, where to shop, etc. Read on for hot spots near your serviced apartment in Washington, D.C.
While Washington, D.C. may be the capital of the U.S., the city's restaurant selection is anything but the all-American fare. With hundreds of restaurants serving a wide array of ethnic foods, in Washington, D.C. serviced apartments you'll have plenty of options to choose from.
Many of Washington's upscale restaurants are located downtown and offer delicious meals for executive housing residents. For a nice night out on the town during your stay in your Washington, D.C. serviced apartment, try Charlie Palmer Steak, 1789, Kinkead's or Old Ebbitt Grill. For a more laid-back meal, try Famous Luigi's, the first Italian restaurant in D.C. and a Washington favorite, or Ben's Chili Bowl, another long-lived Washington, D.C. establishment.
No matter whether your serviced apartment in Washington, D.C. is in Georgetown, Adams Morgan, Foggy Bottom or Capitol Hill, you'll find yourself surrounded with top restaurants ready to serve you!
Serviced apartments in Washington, D.C. put you next to some of the best shopping areas! Washington offers many great shops and malls, from upscale boutiques to outdoor markets, and you'll be sure to make some great finds while in D.C.
Georgetown has plenty of shopping, with designer shops such as BCBG, Kenneth Cole, Ralph Lauren and more. You can also stop by the Shops at Georgetown Park a mall located in the center of Georgetown. The Eastern Market located in Capitol Hill, is a great place to visit while in your Washington, D.C. serviced apartment, with fresh food, flowers, crafts and a flea market.
If you're looking for a mega-shopping trip, Tyson's Corner Center in Virginia offers nearly 300 stores and restaurants just waiting to tempt those in Washington, D.C. serviced apartments! And just across the street you'll find Tyson's Corner Galleria with high-end shops and eateries.
And for those short term housing residents who love a deal, head to Potomac Mills, outlet shopping down I-95. Hundreds of stores are located in the mall, offering bargains for Washington, D.C. serviced apartment residents.
Our serviced apartments in Washington, D.C. will put you close to some of the area's top night spots. Washington offers many options for going out, so take a look at some of the best bars and nightclubs in these neighborhoods (many located within walking/Metro distance of your Washington, D.C. serviced apartment):
Adam's Morgan: Offers many bars and nightclubs, located mostly along one strip. D.C. favorites include Madam's Organ and The Reef.
Alexandria/Old Town: Located on the bank of the Potomac River, Old Town has a unique feel to it - definitely worth a visit during your stay in your temporary housing. Check out Murphy's Grand Irish Pub or Union Street Public House
Arlington/Clarendon: The Clarendon area is a popular choice for young professionals, with multiple bars located relatively close together, such as the Clarendon Grill, Clarendon Ballroom and Whitlow's on Wilson.
Bethesda: Downtown Bethesda offers multiple venues for late night drinks, entertainment or a fun activity! Try bars such as Flanagan's Harp and Fiddle and The Barking Dog or Strike Bethesda, a decked out bowling alley.
Dupont Circle: A cosmopolitan area with plenty of alternatives to the usual bar scene. Stop by a coffee house or relax at a neighborhood bar. Local hangouts include Brickskeller Saloon and Buffalo Billiards.
Georgetown: A great place to "be seen," Georgetown has a variety of upscale bars frequented by young professionals. Top picks include Rhino Bar and Pumphouse, Tony and Joe's and Sequoia.
Washington, D.C. Living
When you move to a new city, you'll typically want to get settled in, learn a little bit about the neighborhood and go on with life as usual. A key step to doing that is to learn about the basics of your short term housing in Washington, D.C.
There are many medical centers to serve you in your Washington, D.C. short term housing in case of emergency. Hospitals near your executive housing include:
George Washington University Hospital
Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Washington Adventist Hospitals
Children's Hospital in D.C.
Georgetown University Hospital
Howard University Hospital
Montgomery General Hospital
Washington Hospital Center
If children are traveling with you to your short term housing in Washington, D.C., take note of the schools offered in the Washington region. The District of Columbia Public Schools educate over 65,000 students in 167 schools. The District also has many private schools attended by D.C. residents. These schools include Emerson Preparatory School, Georgetown Day School, Gonzaga Preparatory School, Edmund Burke School, Field School, Maret School, National Cathedral School, St. Albans School and many others located near your corporate apartment.
In the Northern Virginia area, there are several school districts that your child may enroll in during your stay in your Washington, D.C. short term housing. The largest school districts include Arlington Public Schools, Fairfax County Public Schools and Prince William County Public Schools. If your short term housing in the Washington, D.C. area leads you to the Maryland suburbs, you'll want to explore what school system serves your neighborhood, most likely Montgomery County Public Schools or Prince George's County Public Schools.
Many private schools also serve the D.C. suburbs in Virginia and Maryland. Virginia's private and parochial schools include Flint Hill School, Oakcrest School, Westminster School and many others. Maryland's Private schools include Washington Waldorf School, The Harbor School and Georgetown Preparatory School, among others.
D.C. is also home to many college campuses, both public and private, including well known schools such as Georgetown University, George Washington University and American University. Also nearby are the University of Maryland, George Mason University and Marymount University.
Places of Worship
For many Washington, D.C. short term housing residents, religion is an important aspect of their lives which they wish to continue in their new housing. Short term housing residents in Washington, D.C. have nothing to worry about - the city is very diverse and has many religions within the city limits. Our short term housing in Washington, D.C. puts you close to many places of worship whether you practice Catholicism, Hinduism or Unitarianism. For a list of places of worship near your Washington, D.C. short term housing, ask your corporate housing provider for local places of worship.
Preparing for your move to your Washington, D.C. corporate apartment? Moving can be a hectic process, but with a little planning, the process can be much easier. Read on for helpful information in planning your move any of the corporate apartments in Washington, D.C.
Movers and Storage
Once you have decided on your corporate apartment in Washington, D.C., the moving process begins! Although Washington, D.C. corporate apartments are equipped with all the household items you will need, you may want to bring along a few things from home to your furnished rental. If you are looking for a moving company, check out some of the following national moving companies:
North American Van Lines
United Van Lines
If you are permanently moving to Washington, D.C., you may also want to store your belongings while in your Washington, D.C. corporate apartment. Whether you need a small storage space or something more expansive, you'll be able to find a storage facility close to many corporate apartments in Washington, D.C. Some local storage companies to consider include:
Door to Door Storage
Traveling with the Family Dog and Cat?
Can't fathom moving without Spot or Fluffy? We understand. Pets are part of the family and don't need to be kenneled. Interim Housing Solutions has a number of companies in our network of Washington, D.C. corporate apartments that welcome your pets. By letting us know your specific needs, we can locate you close to a park or trail. Many corporate housing companies in Washington, D.C. can also refer local pet-sitting services.
Looking to Settle in Washington, D.C.?
Many Washington, D.C. corporate apartment residents choose temporary housing before moving onto a more permanent home in the Washington, D.C. area. Living in temporary housing gives residents a chance to scope out the various neighborhoods (and the commute) before deciding on their new home in the area.
Washington, D.C. has plenty to offer in the real estate market, whether you're looking for a condo in Dupont, a townhouse in Georgetown or a large suburban home. With an expansive real estate offering, residents of corporate apartments in Washington, D.C. can find almost anything they are looking for. There are plenty of agencies to help you in your search while you are in your Washington, D.C. serviced apartment. Popular real estate companies in the area include Long & Foster, Re/Max, Century 21 and Prudential.
Once you've moved in to your new home, you'll need to turn the lights on and get the water running. Many cities and counties are allowing for competition among their utility providers, so be sure to ask when you call. Below is a list of utility companies for D.C. and its suburbs (please note that the utilities outside of D.C. may vary slightly by county or city):
Gas: Washington Gas
Water and Sewer: D.C. Water and Sewer Authority
Gas: Washington Gas
Water and Sewer: Arlington County Utility Services, Fairfax Water
Electric: Allegheny Power, Baltimore Gas and Electric, PEPCO
Gas: Washington Gas
Water and Sewer: Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission
Corporate apartment residents in Washington, D.C. will find other useful information on local services and utilities by contacting the city government. The Washington, D.C. Resident Resource Center also has information useful to new Washington, D.C. residents.
Case Studies for Washington, D.C.
Furnished Apartment Required: One or two bedroom corporate apartment that will accept a cat Preferred Location: Walk to Metro and easy commute to the National Theater City, State: Washington, DC Dates: 10/5/09 for three months
A traveling Broadway show coming to Washington DC needed to find a furnished apartment for one of their actors who travel with their pet. They were working with a temporary housing company in Washington but they did not have any pet friendly options to offer so they reached out to IHS to find more suitable offers. IHS submitted their requirements to our database of companies and within 24 hours, the customer had at least five temporary housing options that met their needs.
The customer settled on a temporary housing company and have moved in with their pet and is enjoying their stay in DC.
Furnished Apartment Required: One two bedroom corporate apartment Preferred Location: Near Pentagon City, State: Washington DC or Northern VA Dates: 11/26/08 for one month
Request from someone in the Air Force who was coming to the area with his wife and child and wanted two bedroom furnished apartment with available parking. IHS forwarded this housing request to its database in Washington DC and northern Virginia. Seven companies submitted options and the client selected a corporate housing company who had a two bedroom lease available in northern Virginia on the Metro. They moved in at the end of November and stayed a month.
Furnished Apartment Required: Studio or one bedroom corporate apartment Preferred Location: Near a metro station in DC, northern VA or suburban MD City, State: Washington DC Dates: 7/16/09 for two months
Request for a studio or one bedroom furnished apartment with parking on a metro for a client with a limited budget . IHS forwarded this request to a substantial number of corporate housing companies from the database including DC and the surrounding areas. Within a couple of days the client had heard from ten companies with a number of short term leasing options.
Ultimately, the client selected a company with a furnished temporary property in suburban Maryland that was on the Metro. They moved in and stayed two months.
Furnished Apartment Required: Studio or one bedroom Preferred Location: Downtown DC along the Red line. City, State: Washington, DC Dates: 7/1/10, two months
An intern form the University of Hawaii was coming to DC for a summer assignment. Price as important and the challenge was finding options during DCís busiest season. Although many companies were not able to meet the strict budget, there were several local companies in our network who offer some cost effective options. This intern was able to select from a few options and ultimately choose something in the Dupont Circle area of DC.
Furnished Apartment Required: One or Two bedroom Preferred Location: Adams Morgan, Cleveland Park, Dupont Circle. Would also consider otherlocations in NW, DC or Arlington so long as they were walk to metro. City, State: Washington, DC Dates: 4/30/10
The Embassy of Australia needed to find housing for one of their employees on a month to month basis while they were on assignment in DC with their spouse and child. Parking was also a concern for them. After submitting a query with IHS, numerous offers were presented and they were able to make an educated decision from a number of offers. A local provider was able to offer a very unique condo that met their criteria.
Furnished Apartment Required: One bedroom, one bath Preferred Location: Northwest DC City, State: Washington, DC Dates: 2/26/10, three to five months.
A German telecommunications company was bringing in an employee to work in the DC office for three to five months. They wanted to find a location close to their offices on 19th St, NW DC. After the office manager contacted IHS, a search was done that yielded a number of possible options. Ultimately, a choice was made on a location that offered the best value and amenities.
Furnished Apartment Required: Studio or one bedroom Preferred Location: Adams Morgan, Dupont Circle or Logan Circle City, State: Washington, DC Dates: 01/16/10, three to five months.
An attorney was moving to DC to work for a new firm and needed to find a place to stay while they settled on permanent housing. There are a number of both regional and national companies who offer furnished rentals in Washington, DC so there were a number of options to consider. The attorney settled on a very nice property provided by a local provider who had a property in Logan Circle, across from Whole Foods and just a short walk to Caribou Coffee.
Furnished Apartment Required: Studio or one bedroom Preferred Location: Chevy Chase, DC or MD City, State: Washington, DC Dates: 6/12/10, month to month.
An IRS employee from Florida was heading to Washington, DC for a temporary assignment at the headquarters building. Although they were working in Downtown DC, they preferred to take the metro and travel to Chevy Chase. Being along the Red line was the most important criteria so the commute would be reasonable. Many offers were presented within the government per diem and a company was selected with an offer on Wisconsin Avenue in Chevy Chase, DC.
Furnished Apartment Required: Two, two bedroom apartments Preferred Location: Arlington, Alexanria, or Greenbelt. City, State: Washington, DC Dates: 6/15/10, two months.
A construction firm based out of LA was bringing in a group of employees to do repair work for the city’s underground pipe system. They wanted to find a location that had easy access to the Washington Beltway as there was work to be done around the metro area. Price was also a factor since they were bringing in construction crews. A search was conducted, a number of offers were presented and ultimately a location was chosen in Silver Spring, MD.
Furnished Apartment Required: One bedroom, one bath Preferred Location: Northern Virginia along the metro line City, State: Washington, DC Dates: 12/5/10, three months.
A VP with an Engineering firm from Florida was assigned a temporary job in the Washington, DC area. They wanted to find housing along the metro line in Northern Virginia in order to have easy commuting to DC. After submitting their request for housing to our network of housing providers, a number of offers were presented. A decision was made on a privately owned condo in Arlington that was walk to metro and within the price range they were looking for.
Furnished Apartment Required: Studio or one bedroom Preferred Location: Along the Red line to Silver Spring, MD. Close to Walter Reed Army Medical Center City, State: Washington, DC Dates: 3/15/10, one month.
A radiologist attending a conference at Walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC) needed to find housing for a month. IHS is listed with WRAMC as a good resource for furnished rentals and thatís how we learned about our search service. After contacting us, we connected him to a number of furnished rental companies who had options in their desired area. A selection was chosen in Silver Spring close to WRAMC.
Furnished Apartment Required: Studio or one bedroom Preferred Location: Close to Walter Reed Army Medical Center City, State: Washington, DC Dates: 2/6/10, one month
A Radiologist from the University of Florida was attending the AFIPS conference at WRAMC and needed to find a place to stay for a month that was within a commuting distance by metro or bus. IHS works with several different furnished rental companies with options that offer convenient and affordable options for the physicians coming in for this program. Our search yielded several options and a studio condo was selected in Logan Circle which was along the bus route to WRAMC.
Furnished Apartment Required: One bedroom Preferred Location: Downtown Bethesda, MD City, State: Washington, DC Dates: 8/3/10, one month.
A diplomat from Italy was coming to the Washington area for a month and wanted to live in downtown Bethesda and have easy access to the metro so they could get to work at the Embassy of Italy quickly. A number of options were presented and a decision was made on a very nice one bedroom apartment just a block from the Bethesda metro station.
Furnished Apartment Required: Two bedroom, two bath Preferred Location: Arlington along the metro line near Courthouse, Clarendon, Virginia Square or Ballston. City, State: Washington, DC Dates: 8/7/10, three to five months.
A diplomat from Egypt working at the Embassy was seeking a furnished two bedroom for three to five months and wanted to be along the Orange line. They were looking for an upscale property for their stay. Many offers were presented in a short period of time and a luxury property was chosen a block away from the Virginia Square metro stop.
Furnished Apartment Required: One bedroom or Studio Preferred Location: Northern Virginia, Arlington, or the NW DC City, State: Washington, DC Dates: 01/08/10, three months.
A consultant from New Zealand needed to find a furnished rental within close proximity to downtown Washington. Unfamiliar with DC or options available for furnished rentals, he reached out to Interim Housing Solutions for assistance. IHS gathered his requirements and then connected him with our network of temporary housing companies in the metro DC area. Many options were presented and our consultant was able to make an educated decision.
Furnished Apartment Required: One Bedroom Preferred Location: Commuting distance to the Federal Highway Administration. City, State: Washington, DC Dates: 01/24/10, month to month.
An employee with the Dept of Transportation - Federal Highway Administration needed to find a furnished rental in the DC area while they were on a temporary assignment at the Headquarters building. After learning about Interim Housing Solutions locator search service, they contacted IHS on line and completed our housing info request form. Our network of temporary housing providers received the request and quickly sent offers. Within a few days, a decision was made on housing from a local temporary housing company.
Bordering Dupont Circle to the North, Connecticut Ave and Kalorama to the West is the trendy and hip Adams Morgan neighborhood. For corporate housing traveler looking for an urban Washington DC setting, this is a great neighborhood. Columbia Road and 18th Street NW are the two major roads that define Adams Morgan. IHS works with several temporary housing companies who offer furnished apartments in this neighborhood. If you're a "foodie", there a plethora of ethnic restaurants and cafes to choose from.
With its tree lined streets of historic townhouses, Capitol Hill offers a very neighborhood feel with so much to offer within walking distance. If you are working on the Hill, you can have it all within walking distance. Pennsylvania Ave offers many good restaurants and stores to browse and Eastern Market is a fun place to browse on the weekend for good food, local artisans displaying their craft or simply good people watching. Furnished apartments can be found in the Hill be several different temporary housing providers. You'll find some real unique places on Capitol Hill from converted loft condominiums, single family row houses, and even some loft style furnished rentals.
At the intersection of Wisconsin Ave and Massachusetts Avenue is Washington DC's famous National Cathedral and the heart of the Cathedral neighborhood. It's just a few minute stroll down Wisconsin Avenue to Georgetown and along the way you'll pass some great dining establishments and shopping as well. Embassy Row can be found along Massachusetts Ave. There are some select furnished rentals in the Cathedral area although it tends to be a little less popular for furnished rentals as it's not as easily accessible to the Metro as compared to some of its next door neighborhoods.
Just North of Wisconsin and Connecticut Avenue is the Village of Chevy Chase. Chevy Chase is in both Washington,DC and Maryland. The Washington DC side or Wisconsin Avenue side has the upscale area of Friendship Heights. Friendship Heights is becoming the East Coasts version of Rodeo Drive with it's upscale stores, shops, and boutiques. The convenient Friendship Heights Metro makes this location ideal for someone seeking a corporate rental in an urban upscale setting. In Chevy Chase you'll find a number of temporary housing providers who will offer their furnished rentals in luxury apartment and condominium buildings with many amenities on par with some luxury hotels.
North of Woodley Park is Cleveland Park. A lovely neighborhood with a very warm feel. Connecticut Avenue offers some great neighborhood stores and restaurants and just off Connecticut Avenue are some of Washington DC nicest neighborhoods. You are more likely to find a privately owned condo available fully furnished in Cleveland Park although there are a few apartment buildings where a furnished apartment can be found by several of the corporate housing providers serving theWashington DC area.
Want to find a cool and trendy loft style condo or high tech furnished apartment? You might want to consider Columbia Heights. This is one of Washington DC's newest areas that has gone through a recent gentrification. The Columbia Heights Metro stop is along the Green and Yellow lines making this location an easy commute to downtown Washington DC. You'll sometimes find some very attractive rates for furnished apartments here in some very nice and recently renovated buildings.
We define Downtown Washington DC as a broad area defined by most of the government buildings along Pennsylvania Avenue North to Massachusetts Ave. We also discuss some of the areas of Downtown in more detail by section. Downtown Washington DC has become much more residential over the last decade. Many corporate housing providers offer some very nice options in some upscale buildings with an array of amenities. Metro stations can be found all over so getting around is a breeze.
At the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Massachusetts Avenue is DuPont Circle. One of Washington DC's oldest and established neighborhoods, there are number of options available for furnished rentals here. And you'll have all that the city has to offer right outside your door. Connecticut Avenue is home to many fine restaurants and cafes and getting around via metro is easy. In good weather, you can walk to downtown Washington DC and be a true city dweller. Many of the corporate housing providers in our network offer furnished studio, one and two bedroom apartments in upscale apartment and condo buildings. We also work with several companies who offer unique privately owned condominiums and townhouses here.
Still considered part of the Dupont Circle area, DuPont East usually refers to the neighborhood that is just east of the Circle. In the heart of DuPont East is 17th Street. Here is the pulse of the neighborhood where you'll find some interesting bars and restaurants. You'll find lots of options in corporate apartments in Dupont East.
Foggy Bottom is just East of Georgetown and Southwest of Dupont Circle. A very convenient neighborhood for George Washington University, the IMF and the World Bank. And you'll find many different options in temporary housing here from a variety of different temporary housing providers. The Foggy Bottom metro makes this location an easy commute to just about anywhere in the metro area.
Wisconsin and M Street, NW is considered the heart of Georgetown. And if you want to choose a neighborhood with lots of unique stores, shops, and dining, then Georgetown is it. This historic neighborhood borders to the West Georgetown University and Key Bridge into Arlington and Foggy Bottom to the East. IHS works with several different temporary housing companies with either privately owned condominiums or some furnished apartments in some nice full service buildings. The metro is not as convenient in Georgetown, and although there are some furnished apartments here, they are less than in some other neighborhoods.
Just North of Dupont Circle is Kalorama and Kalorama Triangle. This area is close to Adams Morgan and Woodley Park and literally walking distance to both its bordering neighborhoods. Many of Washington DC's finest addresses and best historic architecture can be found in Kalorama. There are some privately owned condos and apartments that can be found in Kalorama by several different furnished apartment companies.
Just East of Dupont Circle and 16th Street is Logan Circle. This area has gone through a major gentrification over the last ten years and offers some very unique and trendy corporate apartment options all within walking distance to the Metro and downtown Washington DC. There's a great Whole Foods in Logan, a coffee shop, a cyber cafe on just about any corner, and some really cool stores and eateries. You'll really enjoy this neighborhood! In Logan Circle, we are sure to find you some very interesting furnished apartments from several different companies.
Metro Center is where most of the Subway stops all converge and is also in the heart of Downtown Washington DC. Most of the neighborhoods we are describing will have a metro stop at Metro Center and many of the corporate housing companies we work with have many options all within walking distance to Metro Center.
Just off Pennsylvania Avenue NW and close to downtown and the Capitol is Penn Quarter. Here you'll find lots of great dining options and some very upscale condo and apartment buildings that offer furnished apartments and corporate living. IHS has a number of temporary housing companies with options in the Penn Quarter area.
Home to Washington DC's new Washington National's stadium along with many brand new government buildings is Southwest. There are several metro stops serving Southwest and if you work for the Federal Government or perhaps the Smithsonian, you might want to consider Southwest Washington DC. We will be able to find you several furnished apartments here, but because of it's metro accessibility, we are also likely to find you many other convenient locations in Washington DC and Northern VA.
Located along Wisconsin Avenue just North of American University is Tenleytown. Tenleytown has a neighborhood feel with a good quality of life to offer. Many good restaurants and stores can be found along Wisconsin Avenue and just off of Wisconsin Avenue are some great neighborhoods. IHS does have a few furnished apartment options in Tenleytown from several different temporary housing companies. Commuting to or from Tenleytown is easy with it's own metro stop along the red line.
U Street Corridor
Just North Of Logan Circle and not far from Dupont is the U Street Corridor. Looking for a true urban setting and want to live in a neighborhood with lots of unique restaurants and stores? Then consider the U Street Corridor. Many of the buildings along the U Street Corridor are recently new or have gone through a major renovation. And this includes most of the condominium and apartment buildings. A number of the temporary housing companies in our network offer furnished apartments and corporate housing in and around the U Street Corridor.
Defined by the neighborhoods along Connecticut Avenue and Wisconsin Avenue, upper Northwest offers some very nice neighborhoods to consider for your temporary stay in Washington DC. Select from privately owned condo's to some upscale rental buildings, IHS has a number of offers from a number of different companies for Upper Northwest.
Just North of Cleveland Park and along the metro's red line is Van Ness/UDC home to the University of the District of Columbia. Conveniently located to Bethesda, Chevy Chase and even downtown via the metro, this is a popular neighborhood to consider for a furnished apartment. Several temporary housing companies in our database offer short term housing in Van Ness/UDC.
If you want a location close to Dupont Circle, Foggy Bottom or even Georgetown, consider the West End. It's walking distance to so much Washington DC has to offer yet it's also along the metro line and can be serviced by either the Dupont Circle or Foggy Bottom metro stops. The West End is also home to many corporate apartments from a number of different temporary housing companies. You'll have a lot of options to consider from a studio in a converted row house to a full service luxury condominium. And with many parks close by, don't forget, many of the companies we work with are pet friendly.
Just North of Dupont Circle and close to the National Zoo is Woodley Park. Adams Morgan is just a short walk across the Duke Ellington Bridge and Kalorama is also a short walk away. Connecticut Avenue offers some great dining to consider and you'll have lots to consider in the way of furnished rentals. Many of the temporary housing companies in our database offer studio to three bedroom furnished rentals in all sort of buildings.
Northern Virginia Locations
Alexandria - Old Town
Located along the banks of the Potomac River and just a little South of Washington DC along the George Washington Memorial Parkway you'll find Old Town Alexandria with its quaint cobblestone streets and 18th Century townhouses. You'll also find a number of interesting galleries, restaurants and shops to browse along King and Duke Streets. There are two metro stops that service Old Town Alexandria so getting there is a breeze. As a result there a number of furnished rentals available from several different corporate housing companies. You'll even find some interesting loft style furnished apartments available.
Alexandria - Landmark
With easy access to Interstate 395 or the Van Dorn Metro Stop, you'll find the Landmark area of Alexandria. With it's shopping malls and close proximity to DC, you'll find many furnished rentals here as well. There are several high rise and garden style apartment buildings in Landmark where corporate apartments can be located with several different temporary housing companies.
Alexandria - Skyline
The Skyline area of Alexandria has several government buildings with their headquarters here. As a result, several temporary housing companies offer furnished apartments here. There's easy access to DC by car or Metrobus, but the train does not come to the skyline area.
Located both inside and outside the beltway is the bedroom community of Annandale. By car, it will take you about a half hour on average to get to downtown DC. A very residential area with most of the shopping areas along Little River Turnpike, there are several garden style apartment communities with furnished apartments available. You will be able to secure a furnished apartment through one of the corporate housing companies in our database.
Arlington - Ballston
The Ballston area of Arlington is a very popular location for furnished apartments. Interim Housing Solutions (IHS) works with a large number of temporary housing providers with options ranging from high rise and mid rise buildings to privately owned townhouses and condominiums some that are pet friendly. North Fairfax Drive and Wilson Boulevard offer some nice restaurants and the Ballston Mall has a lot of shopping to offer as well as stadium style movie theater. You'll also find the Ballston metro stop on the orange line here making Ballston a very easy commute into Washington, DC. The corporate housing options in Ballston are very popular amongst Federal Government, consultants and lobbyists looking for furnished rentals while on assignment in DC.
Arlington - Clarendon
The Clarendon area of Arlington is just a few stops down the Orange Line from Washington, DC and offers a variety of stores, shops and restaurants to choose from. There is a definite sense of neighborhood in Clarendon with many outdoor cafes and restaurants along with the shops and restaurants at The Market at Clarendon Center. There's also a great Whole Foods here. Be sure to check out some of the authentic ethnic restaurants you'll find in Clarendon. With all that's in Clarendon, many of the corporate housing providers offer furnished apartments in some very nice luxury condominium and high rise buildings. You may also be able to find a furnished home in Lyon Village or Lyon Park just bordering Clarendon.
Arlington - Courthouse
The Courthouse area of Arlington is home to Arlington Counties public offices that can be found at the Courthouse Metro on the Orange line. You'll also find some movie theaters, dining establishments as well. Don't forget to stop by the Farmers Market on Saturday morning to pick up some great produce from some of the nearby farms or a loaf of organic bread from one of the bakeries. There are a number of high rise buildings here that offer furnished apartments. They each typically offer an array of amenities along with a close in location to Washington, DC. Be sure to check with each temporary housing company to learn what each building has to offer.
Arlington -Crystal City
Crystal City is conveniently located to Reagan National Airport and the Pentagon making this location ideal for corporate housing and furnished rental living. Everything is right here with the Crystal City Metro making this area a convenient and easily accessible area for just about anywhere in Washington, DC. The Underground is Crystal City makes getting around a breeze. Especially in in-climate weather. The Underground in Crystal City connects all the office and apartment buildings along with the metro. The Underground also has a shopping arcade and many stores and shops. You never need to go outdoors if you don't want. Many of the high rise buildings in Crystal City offer furnished apartments. There are quite a number of temporary housing companies who offer furnished apartments so you'll have a lot of options to consider.
Arlington - Pentagon City
Pentagon City in Arlington has everything in one convenient location. Stroll though the Mall at Pentagon City with it's upscale stores or next door at the Shops at Pentagon Row that features an outdoor skating rink in the winter months. And surrounding this whole area are some very fine upscale apartment and condominium style living. There's also a metro stop (Pentagon City Metro) just one or two stops away from Washington, DC. You'll find a number of temporary housing options in Pentagon City to consider from a variety of corporate housing providers. Some of these buildings are pet friendly as well.
Arlington - Rosslyn
Just over Key Bridge and the very first stop in Virginia you'll find Rosslyn. You can easily spot Rosslyn when driving or walking with its high rise buildings compared to the building size in Washington DC. Rosslyn offers a more urban feel with its tall buildings, outdoor dining establishments, etc. Grocery and convenience stores are all close by and if you are a walker, you're just a few minutes away from Georgetown in Washington DC just over the Key Bridge. There are also several apartment buildings and condo buildings that have furnished rentals. Just mention Rosslyn as one of your preferred locations and you'll be sure to receive several offers.
Arlington Virginia Square
Along the Orange line between Clarendon and Ballston is Virginia Square. You can walk to it's neighboring areas as everything is close by. So it's a great midway point along the metro line to consider living. It's also a popular spot for those with pets as Quincy Park is across the street and a good place to walk your dog, play some tennis or just read a book. The Arlington County Library is also close by. Many of the temporary housing providers in the metro Washington DC area offer furnished rentals in Virginia Square. So be sure to inquire about availability.
Located in Fairfax County off Interstate 66 is Centerville. A bedroom community to Washington, DC, but a good location to consider for those who are working in the Reston or Dulles Corridor. There is a good quality of life with many shopping centers and stores to consider. The metro does not go to Centerville but if you are looking for a more suburban location or better, working in the Centerville area, this is a good location to consider. Interim Housing Solutions (IHS) does work with several temporary housing providers who offer typically garden or mid rise style apartment living with a host of amenities.
Chantilly can be located off Lee Jackson Memorial Highway (Route 29) and Sully Road. It's an easy commute to both Dulles Airport and Reston, VA. There are a number of corporations located in the Chantilly or Dulles Corridor and is a definite consideration for corporate housing for anyone whose work requires them to be in the area. Many of the temporary housing companies serving the DC area offer furnished apartments in Chantilly.
Just South of the DC area off Interstate 95, you'll find Dale City and Potomac Mills. This area is often a good location for individuals looking working South of the DC area or perhaps even as far South and Quantico. There is lots of shopping (home to Potomac Mills Mall - one of the largest retail outlets on the East Coast) and restaurants to choose from. Several of the temporary housing providers serving the DC area offer furnished apartments here.
Fairfax, VA is a good location and popular with many individuals who are either relocating to the DC area and purchasing in the Fairfax area or working on assignment for one of the many corporations who make their home in Fairfax. Depending upon where in Fairfax you might want to be, the metro might be an option at either the Dunn Loring or Vienna metro stops. Many of the furnished apartment companies offer corporate rentals in Fairfax in mostly high end garden style apartment communities.
There are two metro stops that service the Falls Church area (East Falls Church and West Falls Church) and there are lots of great neighborhoods and areas to consider here. The City of Falls Church has some very pretty tree lined street with turn of the century homes. Leesburg Pike has a lot of nice cafes and restaurants that span from downtown Falls Church all the way to the Skyline area of Arlington. There are many high rise buildings and options available for temporary housing and it's fairly close proximity to Washington DC, make for a reasonable commute into the District.
Herndon, VA is just a few minutes away from Dulles International Airport and very close to Reston, VA. There are a number of corporations who make their home in the Herndon area or also considered part of the Dulles Corridor. There are a number of temporary housing options available in the Herndon area from a variety of corporate housing companies. Interim Housing Solutions (IHS) will be able to refer you to a number of temporary housing companies for consideration.
Easily accessible from either Route 7 (Leesburg Pike) or the Dulles Greenway you'll find historic Leesburg, VA. It's location is not too far from Dulles Airport, and a number of executive office parks housing a number of companies who make their home or have an office in the Washington DC, area. Downtown Leesburg is known for its galleries, stores and shops along tree lined streets with revolutionary time architecture. Many of the corporate housing providers in the DC area offer furnished apartments in Leesburg, VA.
Just off Chain Bridge Road/123 and Old Dominion Drive is Mclean, VA. Mclean is a close in location with easy access to Washington, DC from George Washington Memorial Parkway or Arlington, VA from Old Dominion Drive. Tysons Corner is just a few minutes away and Langley, VA, home to the CIA is also close by. Although the metro has not arrived - yet (but soon), the commute to and from Mclean can be made in a reasonable amount of time. There are a number of temporary housing options available in Mclean off 123 close to the Tysons Mall and Galleria and also downtown Mclean.
Reston, VA is a stone's throw away from the Dulles Toll Road, Dulles Airport and right in the center is the beautiful Reston Town Center. Reston Town Center is a planned community with large pedestrian outdoor walkways bordered by many fine stores, shops and fine dining establishments. There are some luxury hotels and upscale apartment communities in the heart of the Town Center to consider. Interim Housing Solutions (IHS) works with a number of temporary housing providers with some very attractive options in Reston.
At the intersection of I495/95 and I395 (also known as the Mixing Bowl) you'll find Springfield, VA. This location is ideal for someone looking for easy access to Washingtons beltway, or more Southern points in the metropolitan Washington, DC area. Springfield is home to the Springfield Mall and is close to Annandale, Burke and Franconia where you can find a metro station. There are several different temporary housing options available in the Springfield, VA area.
Conveniently located to Reston, Dulles Airport or Leesburg, VA, Sterling is midway between Routes 7 and the Dulles Toll Road. In the heart of the Dulles Corridor, there are a number of corporations and business who call Sterling home. Interim Housing Solutions (IHS) can locate a number of options from from a variety of local and national corporate housing companies with options in the Sterling area.
Right off the beltway at the intersections of Route 7/Leesburg Pike and Chain Bridge Road/123 is Tysons corner. Home to the Tysons Corner Shopping Center and the Galleria as well as many corporations and businesses. This highly desired area has a lot to offer in the way of dining and shopping. As a result, you'll find many temporary housing companies with furnished one, two and three bedroom apartment and condominiums (and sometimes even some townhouses) to rent for a minimum of thirty days or longer.
Just South of Tysons Corner on Chain Bridge Road is Vienna, VA. Here you will find a number of local and national stores, restaurants and shops along 123 and right behind this major thoroughfare are some very nice neighborhoods. There are a number of temporary housing options available close to the Vienna Metro making this location ideal for someone who needs to be out in the Tysons Corner/Mclean area or wants to be a bit further out and be able to rely on the metro to get to work.
Located close to 495 and Interstate 95, Beltsville is a locations that's an easy commute for someone working in Silver Spring, College Park or Greenbelt, MD. There are several corporate housing providers who offer fully furnished one, two and three bedroom apartments in Beltsville.
Just North of Chevy Chase along the metro's red line and Wisconsin Avenue is Bethesda. Bethesda offers a vibrant lifestyle with many stores and shops located along tree lined streets. There is something to do for just about everyone in Bethesda, MD. And if your works calls for you to be in DC, getting there is a breeze by jumping on the metro at Bethesda Metro Center. Bethesda is also easily accessible to Washington's beltway and Silver Spring, MD. There are a number of temporary housing options available in Bethesda. Just about every corporate housing company offers furnished apartments here in some very upscale buildings. Just walk outside your door and all that Bethesda has to offer is waiting for you.
The Friendship Heights Metro along the Red line is your stop for Chevy Chase, MD. Known as the Rodeo Drive of the East Coast, Chevy Chase is walking distance to many upscale stores, some of Washington DC's finest restaurants and the Village of Chevy Chase. As you head East on Western Avenue towards Connecticut, there is more a neighborhood feel. And once you reach Connecticut Avenue and head South, there are a number of restaurants and stores to choose from. Most of the furnished rentals can be found closer to Chevy Chase, DC along Wisconsin Avenue although there are several furnished rental companies who have select corporate rentals on the Maryland side.
Home to the University of Maryland, College Park is easily accessible to I495/Washington beltway. There are a number of stores and shops in College Park that cater to the college students and faculty. There are less corporate rentals available in College Park but it's neighboring towns of Silver Spring, offer some very nice options all within close driving range.
Columbia is an ideal location situated about 30 minutes North of Washington, DC and 15 minutes South of Baltimore. Columbia is very close to Fort Meade and the Baltimore Washington International Airport. There are a number of temporary housing options available in the Columbia area and a majority of them are situated by Columbia's Town Center. Most of the corporate housing providers in the Baltimore area and a number of the providers in the Washington, DC service Columbia so you are certain to find options.
Located North on I270 - Washington's technology corridor is Gaithersburg, MD. Home to many Bio Tech and Info Tech corporations, you'll find a number of temporary housing options to choose from close to the Washingtonian Center along with lots of outdoor dining, specialty stores and shops and people watching. Many of the corporate housing providers offer new and upscale one, two and three bedroom apartments in a variety of communities.
Just North of Gaithersburg is Germantown, MD. Many of the high tech companies call Germantown home. You'll find a number of potential furnished rentals in Germantown who cater to those individuals working temporarily or relocating to the area. Germantown is also accessible to the Marc Train at Liberty Mill Road and Mateny Hill Road.
Situated along the Northeast area of I95/495, you'll find Greenbelt, MD. There are a number of corporations who make their home in Greenbelt and the Metro has a stop along the way on the green line. The Marc train is also available on the Camden line. There are several temporary housing companies who offer furnished one, two and three bedroom apartments.
Located just inside the Capital Beltway, Hyattsville is a small but conveniently located city. Using the Green line or Marc rail, you can easily get to and from Washington, DC and Baltimore. Its historic district boasts times of the past from Victorian architect of the late 1800's to the Arts and Crafts movement of the early 1900's. Several of the companies who offer furnished rentals in the metropolitan Washington area offer options in and around Hyattsville.
North on Connecticut Avenue just past the beltway is Kensington, MD. Mostly residential, there is a commercial area of Kensington that hosts many of Washingtons fine antique establishments. There are less options in temporary housing located right in Kensington but the nearby towns of Chevy Chase and Bethesda have more to offer.
Nestled outside of the Capital Beltway between I95 and the Baltimore Washington Parkway, Laurel is situated right in the middle of Washington DC and Baltimore. Its close proximity to Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) makes it an ideal location to stay for business travel. You can easily get around via the Capital Beltway, the MARC train (Camden Line), and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), which is a great alternative for the eco-friendly travelers. Furnished rentals can be found all throughout the Laurel and metropolitan Washington DC area through multiple temporary housing companies.
The second largest (incorporated) city in Maryland, Rockville is conveniently located right outside of Washington DC. Rockville is the center of the Interstate 270 Technology Corridor and is easily accessible through the expansive transit system that services the entire metropolitan area. Downtown Rockville has expanded tremendously over the last decade and offers plenty of options for dining, theater, shopping, or just about anything you have in mind. Rockville's newly constructed convention center lies in the heart of the city. For this reason, finding furnished rentals in the area is just as easy as finding a great restaurant to dine in.
Silver Spring is a boundless city that encompasses Washington DC and parts of Maryland. Located just north of Washing DC, Silver Spring is a highly populated and densely filled city that has undergone significant changes over the past decade. It offers all of the retail, dining, and businesses one would find in any thriving city. Over the years it has become a center for musical, film, and ethnic festivals. Many companies and organizations are based here, Discovery Channel and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) are examples. Getting to downtown Washington DC is simple and fast when you use the Metro line (red). Because of its great location, you'll find a plethora of furnished studio, one and two bedroom apartments ranging from high rise luxury living in downtown Silver Spring to some very nice garden style apartment communities.
Upper Marlboro is located outside of the Capital Beltway east of Washington DC. A mostly rural farming area, it has lately seen a boom in suburban development. Upper Marlboro's location is ideal for military employees working at Andrews Air Force Base. One can easily commute to downtown Washington DC on Route 4 as well. There are limited options in temporary housing in Upper Marlboro itself, but finding one in nearby areas of the Washington metropolitan area is easy to do.
Located North on 270 and about 45 minutes from Washington, DC is Frederick, MD. With it's historic downtown area featuring many stores, local restaurants and cafe's, Frederick has a small town feel with a large amount of charm. Many of Washington DC's technology companies also maintain offices in the Frederick area. There are several furnished rental providers who offer one, two and three bedroom corporate apartments in Frederick.
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