Corporate Housing in New York

Furnished Corporate Apartments NYC

Seeking quality corporate housing in New York? The Big Apple is naturally one of the world’s biggest business destinations and tourism hubs. The city witnesses innumerable corporate travelers touching down each day on business, only to plunge into a never-ending routine of pitches, networking, events, business lunches, conferences and site visits. After a hectic day at work, corporate travelers require a comfy and welcoming space to relax and unwind in style. This is where our corporate housing portfolio comes to the fore, offering suitably designed and impeccably feature-packed spaces that you can call home during your time in New York.

Corporate housing in the city is similar to regular furnished rentals with 30-day minimum stay guidelines (which is seamless for business travelers relocating to the city or staying for the long haul) like serviced rental units. They come with all vital amenities and facilities that corporate travelers desire while helping them refresh and regenerate their minds for the next working day with aplomb.   

We have a vast portfolio pertaining to corporate housing in New York that you can check out.

Some of Our Strategically Located Furnished Corporate Apartments in New York are:

These are but some of the properties in our extensive list. You will benefit from easy access to the city’s most buzzing streets and hottest landmarks from our centrally located units. Find everything from studio and 1-bed apartments to spacious and comfortable 2-bedroom apartments if you’ll be accompanied by family.

Key Facilities in Our Corporate Housing in New York

When you choose premier corporate apartments in New York, you can expect access to a bevy of exclusive amenities and facilities in the bargain. Some of these include the following: 

  • Central heating 
  • Air conditioning
  • Onsite gym 
  • Flat screen televisions 
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi 
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Washer dryer machine
  • Kettle
  • Dishwasher
  • Intercom system 
  • Onsite security 

While amenities may vary from one property to another, every unit comes with its own distinctive vibe and relaxing ambiance that will enhance your experience manifold.

Why Book Furnished Corporate Apartments in NYC?

We offer multifarious options pertaining to corporate apartments that are centrally located and ensure plush accommodation with all necessary facilities. From warm and snazzy interiors to top-notch amenities, our corporate housing units offer amazing views of the city as well. Our award-winning reservations team helps you find suitable housing as per your needs and budget. We also throw in 24-hour support, management and assistance to keep you worry-free at all times. 

Find corporate housing in New York that is spacious, well-furnished and equipped for networking, entertainment and business with high-speed Wi-Fi and flat-screen televisions. Owing to their strategic locations, our units are well connected to New York’s hippest restaurants, pubs and bars while you will appreciate the fully equipped kitchens if you’re in the mood to cook indoors. Our serviced apartments in New York are designed to offer you a home away from home during your time in the city.


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Things to know before booking serviced apartments in New-york

There are over 110 serviced apartments in Corporate Housing New-York with more being added every day. In total, has over 250,000 apartments across the globe that are waiting to be booked. Book Now .

Prices start from £49 per night and increase from there. Bear in mind that the type of apartment and number of guest will affect the overall price. Book Now .

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Some of the apartment buildings in Corporate Housing New-York will offer bed and breakfast or gym membership, whereas others may provide them with an extra charge. The apartment listing will make that clear. Other services include airport pick-up, meet and greet and so much more. Book your stay here for the full experience.

That depends on the policy of the apartment/building management. You may have to enquire first when making your booking in Corporate Housing New-York.

Serviced apartments in Corporate Housing New-York have all the features of home, are centrally located and have other astounding attributes that make them better than hotels, as covered here.

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Transportation Near Corporate Apartments in NYC

Our portfolio of furnished corporate housing is well connected to several major points of transit. These include subway stations like the following: 

  • 59th St Columbus Circle
  • Lexington Avenue
  • 53rd Street
  • Grand Central 
  • 23rd St 
  • Spring St 
  • B D E at 7th Avenue
  • C E at 50th Street
  • 86th St 
  • 5th Avenue 
  • Fulton Street
  • Chambers Street 
  • 42nd Street- Port Authority 

Major airports like the John F. Kennedy Airport and LaGuardia Airport are also located in close proximity to our corporate housing units in New York. 

Cost of Corporate Apartments in New York

We strive to offer fair and reasonable prices to all our corporate guests. While there are peak seasons round the year, we ensure that our prices are competitive without becoming too exorbitant. On top of that, we also ensure that you get 24-hour management, support and assistance for addressing your queries swiftly. Our reservations team also provides personalized solutions with regard to quickly finding a suitable property as per your specific requirements. 

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Top New York Attractions Near Our Corporate Housing

Once you book our corporate housing, you naturally get access to a plethora of nearby attractions. NYC is full of landmarks and sights that have graced the silver screen for decades and it’s always a good shout to go out and see them all for yourself. Don’t forget to take a few snaps too as you’ll want to treasure the memories. Some of these include the following: 

  • One World Observatory - Atop the newly built One World Trade Center building, the observatory is a deck offering gorgeous views from the 100, 101 and 102 levels which is an astounding 1,776 feet above NYC. The elevator that goes to the top offers a surreal experience with its panels displaying New York’s transformation over the decades. The glass building is a unique behemoth on the glitzy Manhattan skyline. 
  • 9/11 Memorial and Museum - Pay your respects to the souls of those who tragically lost their lives on September 11th, 2001 when the twin 110 storied towers of the World Trade Center were destroyed by suicide jetliners. There are now two square pools covering an acre each, offering a special tribute to almost 3,000 individuals killed in the attacks and 6 people who were tragically killed in the previous bombing of the World Trade Center in February 1993. The recessed pools, surrounding greenery and North America’s biggest man made waterfalls contribute towards creating a solemn yet tranquil ambiance. The pools are surrounded by panels with names of all those who lost their lives. There is also the 9/11 Memorial Museum which is housed in a curving glass structure between the pools, showcasing photos, videos and artifacts that will touch your heart. 
  • High Line - A unique addition to NYC, High Line has been transformed into an urban walking trail cum oasis above the streets from an erstwhile railway line. This public park is dotted with several trees and plants including numerous native species as well. Lined with glass railings throughout most of its stretches, the elevated walking trail offers panoramic city views that are a photographer’s delight. There are benches throughout the entire route in tandem with art installations and a dedicated sitting area as well. The south section goes through the Meatpacking District with innumerable fine dining outlets and trendy eateries while the Whitney Museum of American Art is on the southernmost access point for the trail. Getting off the High Line at the 16th Street access point will help you visit the famous Chelsea Market that is lined with several novelty stores and restaurants alike. 
  • Times Square- Who hasn’t heard of Times Square with its magnificent screens and billboards? Well, here’s your chance to experience the magic upfront! This is the location of the famous New Year’s Eve celebrations in the city and the ball drop at midnight when people throng the square and its surrounding streets. Times Square is a perennially busy thoroughfare with bleachers set up at one zone for taking a break and adjusting to the madness! Earlier known as Longacre Square, the name Times Square came into being after the development of the New York Times tower here. The newspaper first had current headlines being posted along with the moving sign in 1928 which was the first of its kind worldwide! 
  • Fifth Avenue - Shopaholics will love the stretch along Fifth Avenue, one of the USA’s most famous shopping hubs. From top global designers and their flagship stores to reputed brands like Cartier, Tiffany, Saks Fifth Avenue and the iconic Apple Store on Fifth Avenue, there’s plenty to discover here! The posh thoroughfare runs till the New York Public Library from the southern end of Central Park. 
  • The Frick Collection - This is one museum that you will absolutely love checking out! The Frick Collection sits atop the list of the most eclectic New York City museums, being accommodated in a majestic 1900s mansion which was donated (along with the original collection) by Henry Clay Frick who built it for showcasing his masterpieces. The artwork on offer includes specialty furniture, paintings, porcelain artifacts and more spread across 16 galleries. Find works by Rembrandt, Monet, El Greco, Bellini and several masters here. The rooms are centered by a lovely covered Garden Court with a pond and tropical plants, creating a lush oasis to take an occasional break. 
  • New York Public Library - New York’s public library had its main branch designed superbly by architects Hastings and Carrere in the very heart of the city, sporting the Beaux-Arts design template. The library is a sight to behold with its majestic rooms and huge Main Reading Room which covers a couple of blocks alone. The Periodicals Room itself has more than 10,000 current magazines in the world. A vast collection aside, the history and ambiance are major draws for visitors here. 
  • Wall Street - Reminisce the Wolf of Wall Street all over again at this globally famous stretch covering 8 blocks till South Street from Broadway. The surrounding areas and thoroughfare itself are home to some of the biggest and most vital global exchanges including the NASDAQ, New York Stock Exchange and New York Mercantile Exchange. The Federal Hall is located nearby in addition to the Trinity Church. Don’t miss the iconic Charging Bull statue at Bowling Green along Broadway. This is one of the biggest attractions in the Financial District and a great place for those selfies! 
  • Radio City Music Hall - Another designated New York City landmark, Radio City Music Hall is located near the Rockefeller Center and was built in 1932 in the art-deco style. This interestingly designed theater offers everything from films to musical performances and also houses The Rockettes dance company. The Rockefellers financed the development of the structure back in the 1930s and it once had the biggest indoor theater in the whole world. The venue now hosts several marquee events including the Tony Awards and the Grammy Awards. 
  • Carnegie Hall - Opened to the public in 1891 as the first big concert hall in New York, Carnegie Hall has a chequered history of its own. The legend goes that acclaimed musical legends like Tchaikovsky performed on its opening night while other greats like The Beatles and Leonard Bernstein have performed amidst its hallowed portals which contain some of the best global acoustics ever heard! While you can always look out for a major performance in the offing, the guided tour is no less fascinating, offering amazing insights into the hall’s history, construction and famous artists who have performed here. The Rose Museum is where the guided tour concludes. 
  • Bryant Park - Summers are when New Yorkers congregate for lazy and relaxed afternoons at Bryant Park where the lush grounds have gardens and monuments galore. The Le Carrousel is a famous carousel while there is a game area with checkers, chess boards and backgammon boards. Pay a small fee and you can sit down to invigorating contests with buddies. Taking in the serene and beautiful ambiance all around, you’ll be surprised to learn that Bryant Park was once notorious for crime till the year 1989 at least. However, the city reclaimed this beautiful space, transforming it into a green urban oasis of calm and tranquility. The park is much loved by locals and is a sheer delight to pass through today. The best part is that the park is located right next to the New York Public Library. After all that reading, you can simply plonk down on the grass and soothe your senses with breathtaking natural greenery for company.