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Furnished Corporate Housing in Baton Rouge

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Baton Rouge Louisiana

Baton Rouge is the capital of Louisiana located on the eastern bank of the Mississippi River. It’s northwest of New Orleans and west of Lafayette and home to around 230,000 people.

Baton Rouge has a strong presence in chemical, industrial, medical, entertainment and technology industries and is home to some large corporation as well as numerous smaller and medium-sized enterprises. It is also home to Southern University and the Port of Greater Baton Rouge which also influence the local scene.

Temporary housing in Baton Rouge is based around furnished apartments within purpose-built developments. Spread around the city in upscale neighborhoods, these rentals come with all furniture and equipment and are maintained ready for your arrival.

Employment in Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge has a very strong local economy made up of a variety of industries. It is often voted one of the best places for employment and for starting a business and it shows, given the growth of the local employment environment.

Major employers in Baton Rouge include The Port of Baton Rouge, BASF Wyandotte Corporation, Dow Chemical Company, Entergy/Gulf States Utilities, Exxon Mobil, Georgia Gulf Corporation, Harmony Corporation, The Shaw Group, East Baton Rouge Paris, Jacobs, International Maintenance Corporation, J.E. Merit Construction, Inc, Bank One, South Central Bell Telephone, Turner Industries, Baton Rouge City Parish Government, East Baton Rouge Parish School Board, Louisiana State Government, Louisiana State Penitentiary, Louisiana State University, Southern University, United States Post Office, NanYa Plastics and Chalmette Refining LLC.

Medical centers in Baton Rouge include Baton Rouge General Medical Center, Our Lady of the Lake Medical Center, Earl K. Long Memorial Hospital, Ochsner Medical Center, Promise Hospital of Baton Rouge and Ochsner Health Center – O’Neal.

Getting around Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport (BTR) handles most domestic flights while Louisiana Regional Airport handles private planes. Both are a short drive from the city.

There is no rail link to the city or light rail within the city.

Greyhound and Megabus run services into Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge is served by I-10, !-12 and I-110. US-61 and US-190 handle more local traffic while local routes handle everything else. Car is your main transportation method around the city too because of the lack of public transit.

Living in Baton Rouge

The climate makes Baton Rouge a great place to live if you like the outdoors. It’s cooler than the coast but still very warm during summer. With a lively cultural mix, thriving arts and music scene and lots to see and do, there are many worse places to live than here!

Neighborhoods in Baton Rouge include Downtown, Rambling Oaks, Red Oak, Bocage, Boganvilla Estates, Bonair, Bon Dickey Dr, Boo Town, Boyd Ave, Brentwood, Briar Place, Brickstone, High Woods, Arbor Walk, Archives, Ascot, Santa Maria, Santa Rosa Subdivision, Scotlandville, SE Perkins, Shadowbrook, Shadows at White Oak, Sharon Hills, Magellan Place, Magnolia Pointe, Magnolia Woods, Main Street, Mallard Crossing, Mallard Lakes, Manchac Bridge, Marsden, Marwede Place, Mary Elizabeth Dr, Mayfair, Meadowdale, Melrose East, Melrose Place, S Harrells Ferry, Shenandoah Estates, Shenandoah Hills, Shenandoah North, Shenandoah Park, Shenandoah Square, Sherwood, Siegen, Aubin Court, Avalon, Azalea Lakes, Azalea Park, Hollywood/Lorraine, Homewood, Hoo Shoo Too Lakes, Hoo Shoo Too Rd, Horseshoe Bend, Hunter’s Glen, Hunters Lake, Hunters Trails, Huntley Place, Brightside, Bristol Place, Broadmoor, Bromley & The Park, Brownfields, Burbank, Riverbend, Riverdale, Riverview, Rolling Meadow, Rose Hill, Round Oak, Rouzan, Runnymede and Rushmore.

Things to see and do in Baton Rouge include Louisiana Art and Science Museum, Baton Rouge Zoo, Louisiana State Capitol, Capitol Park Museum, Shaw Center for the Arts, LSU Rural Life Museum, Old State Capitol, Louisiana State University, Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center, Swine Palace Productions, Shaw Center for the Arts, Blue Bayou Water Park/Dixie Landin’, Red Stick Farmers Market, Tour the USS Kid and LSU Lakes.

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Baton Rouge, Louisiana