Short-term housing in


furnished rentals in Houston, Texas starting at $80/day


Our lease lengths range from 30 days to a full year. The longer the lease you take, the more cost savings you receive.

Fully Furnished

All of's apartment rentals come completely furnished. This includes all furniture, dishes, eatware, and linens.

Utilities Included

Each corporate apartment we offer comes equipped with all utilities included in rent. This includes internet, gas, water, TV, and electric.

Houston corporate housing

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    Woodland Park

    Houston, TX

    Spacious furnished apartments in a country-style setting in Houston, Texas. This prestigious development in a nice part of town offers everything. Tiled entryways, modern...

    Sage Road

    Houston, TX

    Furnished apartments with very high standards in Houston, Texas. The feeling of calm and class hit you the moment you enter this community. It...

    Cypress Station

    Houston, TX

    Country-style living close to the city in Houston, Texas. It isn’t often that you get luxurious apartments set inside mature grounds that offer such...

    Space Center Boulevard

    Houston, TX

    Stylish and serene furnished apartments in Houston. These generously proportioned properties are set within lush landscaped grounds a short drive from downtown. Once inside,...

    Bagby Street

    Houston, TX

    Urban chic in Midtown Houston. If you like quality, convenience and a little luxury, these furnished apartments are for you. Each space in this...

    Oxford Park

    Houston, TX

    Resort-style furnished apartment community close to Houston, Texas. If you’re looking for the perfect balance between the convenience of the city and the peace...

    El Mundo

    Houston, TX

    Top quality furnished apartments close to Medical Center Houston. These contemporary urban apartments represent the best of modern living. Spacious properties with high specification...

    San Felipe

    Houston, TX


    Excellent furnished apartments close to the Galleria area of Houston. These recently completed apartments offer the best of urban living. High ceilings, open floor...

    Kipling Street

    Houston, TX

    New apartment building in a great part of Houston, Texas. These new furnished apartments offer the latest in home comfort only minutes from Downtown...

    Kirby Drive

    Houston, TX

    Top class short-term apartments with one of the best addresses in Houston. Located in an exciting part of the city, this urban apartment development...


    Houston, TX

    Top quality furnished apartments in Downtown Houston. Anyone looking for lively downtown living with the ability to escape the world in a peaceful apartment...

    West Alabama

    Houston, TX

    Secluded, upscale furnished housing in Houston, Texas. The city center location offers the convenience of a short commuter and access to amenities while the...

Houston - City Character

Houston city overview

Houston is the largest, most populous city in Texas and the fourth largest in the United States. It is currently home to some 2.4 million people. Famous for oil and its port, the city is large and lively.

Brief history of Houston

Houston was settled along Buffalo Bayou in 1836 by two real estate investors from New York. They bought the area which is now the city and named it after the General Sam Houston who had become famous after the Battle of San Jacinto and who became President of Texas.

The very early city dealt in slaves and cotton but by 1860 had expanded to transport and export. The main export was still cotton, but now rather than growing its own, Houston also exported from other parts of the country too. In 1900, the city began developing a deep water port and a year later oil was discovered close to Beaumont.

Both of these developments caused a rapid expansion of the city. The development of the oil industry brought workers from across the nation while the investment in shipping did the same. By 1910, the population had doubled and showed no sign of slowing down.

Doing business in Houston

Despite the slowdown of oil, Houston is still known as being an energy hub for both oil and gas. There is also a strong showing for biomedical, aeronautics, renewables and shipping. Thanks to its oil background, most of the country’s oil machinery is manufactured in or around the city. The Port of Houston is our largest and busiest port and the tenth busiest in the world.

Some of the most significant employers in Houston include Phillips 66, ConocoPhillips, Enterprise Products Partners, Sysco, Plains All American Pipeline, Halliburton, Baker Hughes, National Oilwell Varco, Apache Corporation and Marathon Oil.

Highlights of Houston

The character of Houston is one of independent spirit and productivity. People like to work hard and feel they deserve to relax afterwards. Thanks to its port, Houston is also very cosmopolitan, with people from all sorts of cultures calling it home. The city is richer and more vibrant for this diversity and it is widely considered as a benefit to the overall wellbeing of the area.

Entertainment and culture have a strong presence in the city with lots of bars, theaters, music venues, parks, sports arenas and leisure facilities. The city is ranked sixth in the country for the quality of its sports and has Houston Texans, Rockets, Comets, Astros, Aeros and Dynamo as some of the professional teams.

City character

Thanks to the diversity of its inhabitants, Houston has a rich and varied culture. It is steadily growing too. There are apparently over 5,000 restaurants within the city and more bars, cafes, diners and eateries spread across the region.

Entertainment and relaxation are taken very seriously here and new venues are being opened all the time. The newest venue includes Discovery Green, a 12 acre park featuring The Grove restaurants. Other notable highlights include Houston Hall of Fame, Minute Maid Park, Memorial Park and Toyota Center.


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