Category Archives: Corporate Housing

San Diego Corporate Housing Leader, Key Housing Announces an Update to its Short-Term Housing Information Web Page for San Diego

San Diego, California – October 15, 2016. Key Housing, a top-rated corporate housing service for the San Diego area, is proud to announce an updated on-demand informational page on the corporate housing market in the San Diego region. Continue reading

San Jose Corporate Housing Leader, Key Housing Announces Sixty Post Blogging Milestone

October 10, 2016 – San Jose, California. Key Housing, a top-rated corporate housing service for the San Jose and Bay Area area, is proud to announce their blogs on the California corporate housing market have reached a milestone of 60 total entries. Continue reading

San Francisco Corporate Housing Leader, Key Housing Announces Two-Year Blogging Milestone

San Francisco, California – July 2, 2016. Key Housing, a top-rated corporate housing service for the San Francisco area, is proud to announce that with the upcoming release of a planned series of blogs through July, it will have been steadily blogging on the California corporate housing scene for two years. Continue reading

San Diego Corporate Housing Leader, Key Housing Announces June Updates to Availabilities at Allegro Towers

June 30, 2016 – San Diego, California. Key Housing, a top-rated corporate housing service for the San Diego area, is pleased to announce June, 2016, newly updated listings for a unique property in downtown San Diego, Allegro Towers. This development offers commanding ocean and harbor views from units that rise as high as twenty-nine stories above the ground. Continue reading

Cupertino Corporate Housing: Like Living in a Theme Park?

Quiz time! Cupertino, California is famous for which resident? Stop and think for a moment, I’ll wait… If you said Charlie Tagawa, an immigrant Japanese musician and National Banjo Hall of Fame inductee, then all I can say is that either you are Steven Martin (also a notable banjo player) or that you march to the tune of a different drummer (strummer?). Continue reading