Famous for its tropical climate and sunny beaches, Tampa Bay, including Tampa, Clearwater, and St Petersburg, features a rich and varied culture, including many museums and adventure parks within the metro area. Temporary apartment residents will enjoy easy access to some of the area’s most vibrant neighborhoods.
Much more than the amusement parks for which Orlando is so well-known, this vibrant area also offers short term apartment residents a variety of entertainment and performing arts venues, and bustling downtown and shopping districts. Orlando is bursting with world-class medical and engineering research with the newly-developed ‘Medical City’ in the Southeast area.
South Florida, including Miami, Ft Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, is known for its diverse population, sparkling beaches, international cuisine, and dynamic nightlife. Famous for its beach scene, shopping and nightlife, temporary apartment residents will enjoy endless recreational and entertainment venues to experience the city as home.
Jacksonville is the financial and insurance center of Florida, and is the site of two U.S. Naval bases. It is also known as Florida's First Coast, because it has miles of beaches that remain natural and unspoiled. Corporate housing residents enjoy the downtown museum, waterfront shopping and restaurants, in a city where there is something for everyone.
Raleigh is part of North Carolina's Research Triangle, home of one of the country's largest and most successful research parks and a major U.S. center for high-tech and biotech research and employment. The area offers a temperate climate plus a variety of visual and performing arts, many collegiate and professional sporting events, and several historic landmarks.
Charlotte is a vibrant city known as a major U.S. financial center—second only to New York City. It’s also home to the NASCAR Hall of Fame, and was dubbed “The New Energy Capital,” with thousands of energy sector jobs recently created.
Atlanta is one of the fastest-growing cities in the country, with a lively community of both global headquarters and small enterprises. From mid-rise urban communities in Buckhead to growing suburban areas of Marietta and Dunwoody, you'll enjoy Atlanta's vibrant and lively culture.
Boasting the largest urban arts district in the country, along with a wide variety of retail, restaurants, and nightlife, Dallas and Ft Worth offer a booming corporate climate—home to over 100 large corporate headquarters. With a multitude of upscale communities to select throughout the metroplex, you’ll enjoy this area’s cosmopolitan, bustling lifestyle to its fullest.
Drawing more than seven million visitors to its Museum District each year, Houston is home to many cultural exhibits, and an active visual and performing arts scene. With the area's many upscale communities to select, you’ll be right in the heart of Houston’s exciting lifestyle. Houston is also known for its energy industry, and is home to the Texas Medical Center.
Austin, known as the ‘Live music capital’, is a thriving, diverse city with residents of every background. Some of Austin's neighborhoods are historic and popular with singles and students, while others are newer communities filled with families. Enjoy the many neighborhoods that come together to make Austin one of the most unique cities in the country.
Attractive and festive San Antonio looks nothing like the stereotypical image of Texas – despite being pivotal in the state's history. Its unhurried, organic feel is one of the nicest places in Texas. It is most famous for the legendary Battle of the Alamo in 1836, and two of the city's prettiest sites, La Villita and the River Walk, laid the foundations for its future as a major tourist destination. The city is important to the military, with four bases in the area.