CORPORATE HOUSING LOCATIONS

 


Our specialization is California corporate housing, but we can work with you to secure the best corporate housing or temporary housing anywhere in the country. Let us find the perfect place for you.

 

 

California Corporate Housing Locations

 

California

 

Rest assured Master Suites has California Corporate Housing and first rate options for economical and appropriate accommodations, whether it's for 30 days or several months at a time. Our area of specialty is the California Central Valley. We can find the best corporate housing option for you in the following locations, and beyond.

 

Featured California Locations

Bakersfield Fresno  Hanford  Manteca  Merced  Modesto  Monterey  Sacramento  <>

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California Corporate Housing Locations

 

California

 

Rest assured Master Suites has California Corporate Housing and first rate options for economical and appropriate accommodations, whether it's for 30 days or several months at a time. Our area of specialty is the California Central Valley. We can find the best corporate housing option for you in the following locations, and beyond.

 

Featured California Locations

Bakersfield Fresno  Hanford  Manteca  Merced  Modesto  Monterey  Sacramento  Stockton  Turlock  Visalia

 

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Florida Corporate Housing Locations

 

 

 

Gainesville, Florida

 

 

 

Gainesville, on the I-75 corridor halfway between Atlanta and Miami, was incorporated in 1869. The city maintains a population of approximately 124,976. The median age is 25 and the median income is $31,426, and there are approximately 39 schools. The area enjoys the Gulf breezes that make summer days warm and nights cool. The city has dry and mild winters. During the hot season, roughly from mid-May to the end of...

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Florida Corporate Housing Locations

 

 

 

Gainesville, Florida

 

 

 

Gainesville, on the I-75 corridor halfway between Atlanta and Miami, was incorporated in 1869. The city maintains a population of approximately 124,976. The median age is 25 and the median income is $31,426, and there are approximately 39 schools. The area enjoys the Gulf breezes that make summer days warm and nights cool. The city has dry and mild winters. During the hot season, roughly from mid-May to the end of September, the city’s climate is similar to the rest of the state - frequent afternoon thunderstorms and high humidity. On average the temperatures range from the low 70s at night to the low 90s during the day. Gainesville is home to Florida’s largest and oldest university, and it one of the state’s centers of education, medicine, cultural events and athletics. Gainesville is a family friendly atmosphere where activities and lively venue make it the place to be.

 

Things to Do

The city sits in the center of the state allowing you the option of traveling to the Atlantic Ocean or the Gulf of Mexico, either oceanfronts within 75 miles. Disney World, Universal Studios, and Busch Gardens are also within a 2-hour driving distance. Gainesville is also known as a supporter of the visual arts and each year two large art festivals attract artists and visitors from all over the southeastern US. There is also annual music festivals, one of which No Idea Records holds their annual three-day rock festival known as The Fest. Along with these festivals, Gainesville has won 32 national team championships, including two men’s basketball titles, three football titles, four men’s gold title, and six women’s tennis titles - attributing to Florida’s largest and oldest university.

Dining and Shopping

Gainesville has menus that run the gamut from deli favorites and pizza to fondue and sushi. There are so many choices when you are going to grab a bite to eat, whether it be a date night or out with college buddies - pizza, BBQ, seafood, chicken wings, vegetarian dishes, and many ethnic choices to choose from.

Out of Doors

The city is known for its numerous parks, museums, and lakes providing tons of entertainment to thousands of visitors. Because of the natural, beautiful landscape, Gainesville is one of the most attractive cities in Florida. It is an outdoor enthusiast's dream destination. There is world-class fishing, snorkeling, canoeing, diving, and kayaking for water lovers. For land lovers, the city has hiking, biking, fishing and anything else under the sun to do outdoors. Enjoy the sanctuary of wildlife at Paynes Prairie, San Felasco Hammock Preserve, or Devil’s Millhopper. Some of these activities you won’t be able to find anywhere else.

With Gainesville ranking as the #1 place to live in North America in the 2007 edition of Cities Ranked and Rated, and also ranked as one of the “best places to live and play” in the United States by National Geographic Adventure, is there any wonder why you won’t want to check this town out for yourself?

Rest assured Master Suites has Florida Corporate Housing and first-rate options for economical and appropriate accommodations, whether it's for 30 days or several months at a time in Gainesville, Florida.

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Missouri Corporate Housing Locations

Kansas City, Missouri

Kansas City, the largest city sitting on Missouri’s western border, with downtown near the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri Rivers, was incorporated in 1853. Once a trading post for pioneers heading to the Western United States, today Kansas City is a flourishing metropolis with activities and attractions for visitors of all ages and interests. Kansas City’s population is approximately 467,007, with a median age of 35, a median...

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Missouri Corporate Housing Locations

Kansas City, Missouri

Kansas City, the largest city sitting on Missouri’s western border, with downtown near the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri Rivers, was incorporated in 1853. Once a trading post for pioneers heading to the Western United States, today Kansas City is a flourishing metropolis with activities and attractions for visitors of all ages and interests. Kansas City’s population is approximately 467,007, with a median age of 35, a median income of $45,551, and hosts 13 universities or colleges. Located in the center of North America, far removed from any significant body of water, there is potential for extremes of hot and cold swings in the temperature all year long. This city is also is officially named the “City of Fountains”, with over 200 fountains.

 

Things to do

With Kansas City giving birth to the musical styles of Kansas City Jazz and Kansas City Blues, it is no wonder that it is the center of literary and visual arts and bohemian culture. Along every boulevard and around every corner there is something to do that’s unique to Kansas City. Families are drawn to the city for its child-friendly events and venues. Science City features hands-on exhibits including a mock television studio where kids can deliver a weather forecast. The city’s museums cover everything from the history of jazz music to a celebration of African American baseball players.

Dining and Shopping

Areas near downtown Kansas City include the famous Restaurant Row. This area features the city’s largest selection of independently owned restaurants and boutique shops. Stroll along the Country Club Plaza, an upscale outdoor shopping and entertainment district for anyone in the mood to shop. Kansas City is most famous for its steak and barbecue with more than 90 barbecue restaurants in this area. You will definitely find what you are craving here.

Out of Doors

Sports enthusiasts will fit right in with Kansas City’s professional sports teams including the KC Chiefs, KC Royals, and Sporting Kansas City in Major League Soccer. The city also has 132 miles of boulevards and parkways, 214 urban parks, 49 fountains, 152 ball diamonds, and 47 park shelters to enjoy outside.

Whether visiting the city for the first time or relocating, this city has something for everyone to enjoy.

Rest assured Master Suites has Missouri Corporate Housing and first-rate options for economical and appropriate accommodations, whether it's for 30 days or several months at a time in Kansas City, Missouri.

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Eugene, Oregon

Eugene is located at the south end of the Willamette Valley, near the confluence of the McKenzie and Willamette rivers, about 50 miles east of the Oregon Coast. It was incorporated in 1846. Eugene had long been the second-largest city in Oregon with a population of 160,561, over time however it is now considered third, combined with its Springfield metropolitan surroundings. Eugene has a median age of 35 and a median income of $45,573, and is home to the University of Oregon,...

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Eugene, Oregon

Eugene is located at the south end of the Willamette Valley, near the confluence of the McKenzie and Willamette rivers, about 50 miles east of the Oregon Coast. It was incorporated in 1846. Eugene had long been the second-largest city in Oregon with a population of 160,561, over time however it is now considered third, combined with its Springfield metropolitan surroundings. Eugene has a median age of 35 and a median income of $45,573, and is home to the University of Oregon, along with 4 other colleges.

The city enjoys temperatures that can vary from cool to warm, with warm, dry summers and cool, wet winters. Spring and fall are also moist seasons, with light rain falling for long periods. The average temperature is about 52 degrees. The city is also noted for its natural beauty, recreational opportunities, and focus on the arts. Eugene’s slogan is “A Great City for the Arts and Outdoors.” It is also referred to as the “Emerald City”, and the “Track Town USA” - as the Nike corporation starting in this town. Read more...

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