Short-term housing in


furnished rentals in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania starting at $110/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.

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    Anderson Street

    Pittsburgh, PA

    Heinz Field

    Comfortable furnished apartments in the North Shore are of Pittsburgh, PA. Located in a lively part of the city alongside the Allegney River, close...

    Hilands Place

    Pittsburgh, PA

    Allegheny Health Network

    Furnished redbrick short-term rentals in a fantastic part of Pittsburgh, PA. The furnished apartments within the community reside in acres of mature wooded grounds...

    Oaklynn Court

    Pittsburgh, PA

    Short-term corporate housing set in 15 acres of lush landscaping only a short drive from Pittsburgh, PA. The park-like setting makes you feel relaxed...

    Duncan Avenue

    Pittsburgh, PA

    Upscale furnished apartments in North Pittsburgh. Located in a quiet residential area with fast access to the city this community has it all. Set...

    Penn Center

    Pittsburgh, PA

    Temporary furnished apartments in a fantastic part of Pittsburgh, PA. Located within private grounds only minutes from Penn Center and a short drive from...

    Nineteen North

    Pittsburgh, PA

    Short term housing in a great part of Pittsburgh, PA. The furnished apartments within this comfortable community are insulated from the outside world by...

    E West

    Pittsburgh, PA

    Allegheny General Hospital

    Fully furnished apartments within a friendly development set inside green and pleasant grounds in Pittsburgh. Located north of the city, the development is by...

    Lincoln Highlands

    Coraopolis, Pittsburgh, PA

    Pittsburgh Technical College

    Classic furnished apartments within a traditional development set in wooded grounds in Coraopolis, PA. Located a short drive west of Pittsburgh along I-376, the...

    Elizabeth Dr

    Pittsburgh, PA

    Point Park University

    Characterful corporate apartments within a well-presented development set in private gated grounds in Pittsburgh. Located south of the city by I-376, the development is...


    Pittsburgh, PA

    Allegheny General Hospital

    Temporary apartments within a quiet development set inside private grounds in Pittsburgh. Located north of the city along Highway 19, the development is minutes...

    Meredith Dr

    Pittsburgh, PA

    Short Leases

    Fully furnished apartments within a lively development set in its own landscaping in Pittsburgh. Located west of the city along I-376, the development is...

    Willow Street

    Pittsburgh, PA

    UPMC Shadyside

    Furnished corporate rentals within an urban development set inside private grounds in Pittsburgh. Located northeast of Downtown, the development is a short distance from...


    Pittsburgh, PA

    Pet Friendly

    All inclusive short-term apartments within this relaxed development set inside well-tended grounds in Pittsburgh. Located south of the city by the 51, the development...

    Living Pl

    Pittsburgh, PA

    Pittsburgh VA Medical Center

    Corporate apartments within a contemporary development set in private grounds in the Bakery Square area of Pittsburgh. Located just east of town, the development...


Pittsburgh City Character

Pittsburgh city overview
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is the second largest city in the state after Philadelphia. Located where the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio rivers meet, the city is known as the City of Bridges and Steel City. It is home to around 310,000 people with the metro area playing host to some 2.3 million.

Brief history of Pittsburgh
Like most cities, the region was originally home to native tribes who roamed the area for thousands of years. Evidence has been found that dates those first inhabitants to over 19,000 years ago. Latterly, the Delaware and Iroquois tribes called the area home.

Europeans arrived first as traders in the early 18th century and successfully dealt with the locals. The French and British fought for the area until British General Edward Braddock was dispatched with one Major George Washington to conquer the area and drive the French out. That original foray was defeated but the British later drove the French away and built Fort Pitt after British statesman Willian Pitt.

Pitt Township was founded in 1771 and boat building was its main trade. Immigration continued, as did expansion, further growing the town. Manufacturing soon joined boats, specializing in steel and metal products. This growth continued through until the 20th century with steel and metal remaining the primary driver of the local economy.

US Steel was founded in Pittsburgh in 1901 and the city continued tog row steadily, becoming the country’s 8th largest city by 1910. The Great Migration brought thousands more people to the town to work in the steel mills. The failure of manufacturing in the late 20th century meant hard times for the city and forced diversification. The modern city is now wide ranging in its appeal, industry and character.

Doing business in Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh relied on the steel industry for over a hundred years until its collapse. This forced the city to adapt and adapt it did. The modern city economy is made up of a mix of technology, robotics, nuclear engineering, tourism, biomedical technology, finance, education, health care and service industries.

Some major employers who call Pittsburgh home include; The Kraft Heinz Company, PNC Financial Services, Google, Dick’s Sporting Goods, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, U.S. Steel, WESCO International and American Eagle Outfitters.

Highlights of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh places great emphasis on leisure and relaxation. Work was traditionally hard and manual, so the city recognized that workers needed to relax afterwards. The city also celebrates its beginnings and the many cultures that have influenced it along the way.

City highlights include; Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Museum of Art, Frick Art and Historical Center, the Andy Warhol Museum, U.S. Steel Tower, Schenley Park, Mount Washington, Pittsburgh Symphony and Pittsburgh Irish and Classical Theatre.

Pittsburgh city character
Pittsburgh is a very down to earth city that has none of the pretensions of other cities. It is wide, open and very scenic. The people are from all over the world and all have contributed to the flavor of the area in many positive ways.

The cosmopolitan nature of Pittsburgh has allowed a strong LGBT and alternative culture to thrive. Along with the European and Asian influences give the city a riot of color, culture and atmosphere that makes it a great place to live and work.

Pittsburgh neighborhoods
Pittsburgh is made up of hundreds of neighborhoods. They include; Central Northside, Mexican War Streets, Central Oakland, Chartiers, Chateau, Crafton Heights, Crawford-Roberts, Duquesne Heights, East Allegheny, East Carnegie, East Hills, East Liberty, Elliott, Esplen, Fairywood, Fineview, Friendship, Garfield, Glen Hazel and Greenfield.