Furnished Corporate Housing in Seattle
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Seattle, Washington is a major seaport city on an isthmus Puget Sound and Lake Washington. Located north of Portland and south of Vancouver, it sits between Olympic National Park, Okanogan National Forest, Mount Rainier National Park and the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. It’s a lovely part of the country.
Seattle’s economy is a mix of old world and new world. A combination of shipping, manufacturing, transport, technology, design and service create a stable mix of employers and opportunities. All combine to provide a steady stream of opportunities in the city.
Corporate rentals in Seattle are mainly furnished apartments with some condos and townhomes thrown in. Most will be purpose-built developments while some will be in converted buildings.
Employment in Seattle
The Port of Seattle is a major local employer and the source of most of the shipping jobs in the city. A diverse mixture of other industries offer a wide range of opportunities to anyone living in the city.
Major employers in Seattle include Boeing, The Port of Seattle, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Microsoft, the University of Washington, Amazon, Providence Health & Services, Walmart, Weyerhaueser, Fred Meyer, Starbucks, Nordstrom, Expeditors International of Washington, Costco, Barrett Business Services, T-Mobile, Expedia Group, Alaska Airlines, Solstice Holdings Inc, Carrix, SSA Marine, Trident Seafoods, Windermere Real Estate and Paccar.
Getting around Seattle
If you arrive by air, you will likely use Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA), 12 miles south of the city. You may also land at Paine Field (PAE) or Bellingham International Airport (BLI) but they are both a drive from Seattle.
Amtrak run services into King Street Station. This station also serves local services by King County Metro. Other rail services in Seattle include Link Light Rail, Seattle Streetcar and Seattle Center Monorail.
Buses from Greyhound, Boltbus, Cantrail/Amtrak Cascades Thruway, Northwestern Trailways, Travel Washington Dungeness Line and others all use King Street.
Ferries are also plentiful here allowing easy crossing of the Puget Sound. King County Water Taxi, Victoria Clipper and Washington State Ferries all run services.
Arrive by road from I-5 or I-90 while I 405 runs through the city. Local routes are plentiful but get very busy at rush hour.
Seattle is a vibrant and progressive city willing to accept new ideas and try new things. It has a vibrant arts and culture scene and lots to see and do while you’re here.
Neighborhoods in Seattle include Bainbridge, Bremerton, Ballard, Bellevue/Eastside, Belltown, Capitol Hill, Chinatown-International District, Columbia City, Downtown Seattle, Fremont, Pioneer Square, Queen Anne, SoDo & Georgetown, South Lake Union, University District, Wallingford, Green Lake & Phinney Ridge, Waterfront, West Seattle and Woodinville.
Things to see and do in Seattle include the Space Needle, Seattle Aquarium, Museum of Pop Culture, Woodland Park Zoo, Pacific Science Center, the Museum of Flight, the Seattle Great Wheel, Pike Place Market, Seattle Art Museum, The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific, Seattle Metaphysical Library, Museum of History and Industry, the Central Library, Seattle City Hall, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Campus, Gasworks Park and Carkeek Park.
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