Are you looking for a Home Away From Home in Richmond VA?
We can assist you in locating corporate housing or temporary housing and furnished apartments in Richmond VA. Customized to your specific buniness and personal needs. We offer flexible length of stay, detailed monthly billing and easy payment options accepting most major credit cards (US Funds).
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Corporate Housing Associates, LP has been placing individuals and families in corporate and temporary homes, and furnished apartments inRichmond and throughout the state of Virginia for several years. Known originally for its production and exportation of tobacco, Richmond’s economy is now led by legal conglomerates, diverse government entities and financial institutions housing one of the Federal Reserve Banks and the US Court of Appeals. As a temporary housing specialist, Corporate Housing Associates, LP has assisted in providing apartments and homes for employees from Fortune 500 and Fortune 1000 companies’ during their relocation.
All of the furnished apartments and homes in our Richmond portfolio are equipped with premier furniture, a full complement of housewares, all house hold appliances such as dishwasher and full-size washer and dryer and utilities. Our utilities package includes water, electric, gas, high-speed internet, basic digital cable and local phone access. Many of theRichmond rental communities offer residents a wealth of amenities such as resort-style swimming pools, state-of-the-art fitness centers, full service executive centers, playgrounds, covered parking and/or garages, concierge service, tennis/volleyball/basketball courts, theaters, billiards, et al. As a corporate housing specialist we will work with you to meet need your needs in Richmond, Virginia.
Richmond is known for its higher education. The University ofRichmond, Virginia commonwealth University, Virginia State University, ITT, and ECPI College of Technology and Beta Tech are just a few with campuses in Richmond. Because of the city’s close proximity to Washington D.C. via Interstates 95, I-64, I-295 and Route 288, commuting is fairly quick and reliable. Modes of transportation for Richmond also include railroad lines and boating via the Great Turning Basin. Historical presence and ethnic diversity have caused an impact on the arts, culture, dining and entertainment of the city. The Virginia Museum of fine Arts, The Richmond Symphony and the Ballet all call Richmond home.
“Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death”! These are powerful words spoken by Patrick Henry at St. John’s Church in Richmond on the dawn of the Revolutionary War. The impact of these words on the future of this country is but one single historical milestone produced in the celebrated City of Richmond. Founded in 1737, it is the capital of the Commonwealth of Virginia with a population of approximately 1.8 million and currently the third largest city in the state. From the Revolutionary War to the Civil War and on through to the present day, Richmond’s historical impact to the United States is remarkable.
Richmond was the capital city of the annexed southern Confederate States suffering heavy damage from Union forces. This city’s resilience is quite evident. Today it is a thriving cosmopolitan midway point south of Alexandria, Fairfax, and Williamsburg located just outside of Washington D.C. and north of several military outposts on Virginia Beach, Norfolk and Chesapeake. Alexandria, Fairfax, and Williamsburg are three historic cities that today are thriving urban centers where Corporate Housing Associates, LP / Woodlands Interim Housing has accommodated many relocating to these areas with the need to be within a short distance of Washington, D.C.