Furnished Corporate Housing in Tempe Arizona
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Tempe ArizonaTempe, Arizona is a small city that neighbors Phoenix and is part of the Greater Phoenix Metroplex. Bordered by Phoenix to the northwest, Gilbert and Mesa to the east, Scottsdale to the north and Chandler to the south, it is home to around 190,000 people.
Tempe is home to the Arizona State University which influences local culture and the economy. Not only is the university an economic driver, supporting industries also dominate while education also feeds other companies who are based here. It’s a growing influence that has served the city well so far.
Corporate housing in Tempe is made up mainly of furnished apartments and condos. Each high quality rental will be within a purpose-built development with all modern conveniences, all furniture and equipment and all utilities included in the price.
Employment in Tempe
The city is mainly known as a college town with ASU and supporting organizations making up a good portion of local employment. There are some Fortune 500 companies based here too, fed by the university and feeding into it.
Major employers in Tempe include Arizona State University, State Farm Insurance, Wells Fargo, American Airlines, SRP, ABM Industries Inc., JP Morgan Chase Bank National Association, Honeywell, Insight Direct Inc., Limelight Networks, LifeLock, First Solar, the Salt River Project, Circle K, Fulton Homes, Mobile Mini and Versum Materials.
Getting around Tempe
Tempe is just ten minutes’ drive from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) making this the logical place to arrive by plane. Buses and light tail connect the airport to Downtown Tempe or car hire is available on site.
Valley Metro Light Rail run local commuter services and link Mesa and Downtown Phoenix to Tempe.
Buses are operated by Amtrak Thruway Motorcoach, Flixbus, Hoang Express and Valley Metro.
Car is still the dominant transport method with I-10 running through the western side of town, Loop 101, Loop 202 and US-60 all transiting the city. Local routes are well constructed and able to handle local commuter traffic.
Living in Tempe
Tempe is a small but lively city mainly made up of students and faculty. It’s a relatively well-off area with a nice cultural mix, lively entertainment and arts scene and a fairly low crime rate.
Neighborhoods in Tempe include Alameda-Campus, Alegre Community, Alta Mira, Baseline-Hardy, Bell De Mar Crossing, Brentwood-Cavalier, Broadmor, Camelot Village, Clark Park, Corona Del Sol, Cyprus Southwest, Daley Park, Dava-Lakeshore, Duskfire, Duskfire II, East Rio, Escalante, Estate La Colina, Evergreen, Gililland, Holdeman, Hudson Manor, Hughes Acres, Jen Tilly Terrace, Kiwanis Park, Knoell Gardens, Kyrene-Superstition, Lindon Park, Mach 8, Maple-Ash, Marilyn Ann, McClintock, Meyer Park, Mission Ridge, Mitchell Park East, Mitchell Park West, Ntna-Canal Park, NTNA-Cavalier Hills, Ntna-College, Ntna-Indian Bend, Ntna-West Rio, Optimist Park Ne, Optimist Park Nw, Optimist Park Se, Optimist Park Sw, Pepperwood, Peterson Park, Raintree, Riverside, Rural-Geneva, Sandahl, Shalimar, Sunburst Farms, Sunset, Superstition, Tally Ho Farms, Tally Ho Farms North, Tempe Gardens, Tempe Royal Estates, University Estates, University Heights, University Park, Warner Estates and Wood Park.
Things to see and do in Tempe include Arizona State University, Old Main, Gammage Memorial Auditorium, ASU Mars Space Flight Facility, ASU Robert S. Dietz Museum of Geology, ASU Center for Meteorite Studies, Hayden Library, Life Sciences Tower, Sea Life Arizona, Tempe Town Lake, Tempe Festival of the Arts and Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl.
Blu Corporate Housing
1 N Central Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85004