From the peaceful suburb of Midlothian to fashionable West End, CAS brings variety to your choice of furnished executive apartments and corporate rentals in Richmond, VA.
Midlothian allows commuters to Richmond and surrounding areas a quieter, more peaceful alternative to the city. Apartment living in this prosperous suburb will make one feel as if they never left home.
Notable for its military base, Fort Lee and the Petersburg community have a suburban tone. The area’s outdoor activities and proven economy create a popular Richmond living option.
A major military base located just outside Petersburg, Virginia, Fort Lee is a major hub for the U.S. Army and is a thriving suburb of Richmond.
This fashionable, upscale area puts tenants just minutes away from the best stores and eateries Central Virginia has to offer. West End’s convenient location is right next to both the city and I-64.
Richmond, VA: Where History meets Southern Charm
Founded in 1737, Richmond is at the epicenter of American history. The site of Patrick Henry’s famous "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death" speech during the American Revolution, and the former capital of the Confederacy throughout the Civil War, Richmond is the perfect place for history lovers. But the city’s appeal extends well beyond its historic vibe. Richmond truly embodies the Commonwealth’s slogan “Virginia is for Lovers,” offering something for lovers of nature, the performing arts, fine dining and much more − all in a town known for its Southern hospitality.
Diversity in Commerce, Recreation and Population
Diversity is on full display in Richmond 24 x 7. Where else can you walk out of a downtown office building and be minutes away from whitewater rapids. It’s here that dynamic activities like whitewater rafting can be easily found alongside world-class museums, a vibrant food scene and a wide array of entertainment options from concerts to sporting events – offering plenty for millennials, young families and retirees alike. The downtown district is also a notable financial center – the home to major banks such as Capital One Financial and SunTrust. Beyond the corporate world, Richmond is also the seat of Virginia's state government, as well as the site of Virginia Commonwealth University and the University of Richmond, each drawing a large crowd of younger part-time residents to the area.
Wide Range of Corporate Housing Options
Each of Richmond's neighborhoods, as well as its suburban communities, have their own distinct personality, presenting unique living options for long term and short term residents. Let Corporate Apartment Specialists help solve your temporary housing search, finding you the ideal furnished corporate apartment you desire.
In Downtown Richmond, we offer executive apartments like the River Lofts and the American Tobacco Center Apartments where you can walk to work, stroll along the river, and enjoy the nightlife and restaurants of the neighboring Shockoe Bottom and Shockoe Slip. You may also like our corporate housing options in the West End, like the Carriage Homes at Wyndham Apartments, where residents enjoy a luxury furnished apartment experience with great amenities, while being conveniently located to Downtown and Interstate 64.
A few miles east of Richmond in Chesterfield County, residents seeking the benefits of a quiet suburban lifestyle will be drawn to our corporate rentals in Midlothian. For a similar luxury living experience, the River's Bend Apartments in Chester is an employee housing option in a country club environment in Fort Lee, just minutes from the military base.
Enjoying the Richmond Lifestyle
Once situated in your corporate apartment, Richmond’s attractions will be readily available for you to enjoy. The Richmond area features more than 100 local parks and plenty of recreational activities, from the Kings Dominion amusement park, to the many opportunities to hike Pocahontas State Park, or the chance to catch an NCAA basketball game or a NASCAR auto race. Richmond residents and visitors can also choose from nearly 80 historic attractions, including the American Civil War Museum and St. John’s Episcopal Church.
Easy access to the myriad of downtown restaurants and art galleries is available via GRTC, the region's public bus service, as well as two free shuttle services. The downtown area offers numerous parking lots and garages, as well as metered street parking, making it easy for suburban residents to drive in for a night on the town or a weekend afternoon shopping and exploring the many sites.