Tag Archives: Serviced Apartments

Key Housing, the Leader in Serviced Apartments for Rent in Hollywood, Announces Los Angeles Featured Property for September

August 31, 2018 – Hollywood, California. Key Housing, the leader in helping Europeans find serviced apartments in California from Sacramento to San Jose to Los Angeles to San Diego, is proud to announce its featured September, 2018, property to be the “Vantage Hollywood Apartments” located at 1710 N Fuller Ave, Los Angeles, California. Continue reading

Key Housing Announces Featured San Jose Serviced Apartment for May

San Jose, CA – April 26, 2017. Key Housing, a leading corporate rental service helping renters find short terms rentals in cities as diverse as San Francisco, San Jose, and Los Angeles, is proud to announce an innovative featured property for May, focusing on ‘serviced apartments’ in the San Jose area. Continue reading

Key Housing, a Top Housing Service for Serviced Apartments in San Francisco and the Bay Area, Announces San Francisco Focus

San Francisco, CA – April 25, 2017. Key Housing, a corporate housing service with short term listings throughout California including San Francisco, is proud to announce new, up-to-date listings for San Francisco and other Bay Area cities. Continue reading

Burlingame Serviced Apartment Would Be a Major Win If You Can Get One

The Burlingame serviced apartment that you might casually rent emerges a twist of fate that might surprise. The saying goes “It’s an ill wind that blows no good.” The famous San Francisco earthquake of 1906 provides a good example of this with respect to the town of Burlingame. Continue reading

Foster City Serviced Apartments Near The Big City in The Bay Area

When Foster City was constructed (quite literally: the entire city was built on engineered/reclaimed land sticking out into San Francisco Bay), the developers were either extremely prescient or extremely lucky, as the city now sits equidistant between San Francisco proper and Silicon Valley, as well as being astride a bridge to the East Bay. Continue reading