City Spotlight: Toronto Executive Rentals by CHBO

Toronto City life

As one of the most flourishing cities in the world, Toronto is also home to thousands of Toronto executive rentals. In 2014, we reported that the city was bringing in hundreds of millions of dollars in rental fees (this was from the Corporate Housing Providers Association or CHPA). We decided to check back in with the city to see if owners of an apartment rental in Toronto or Toronto executive rentals were still making lots of income from their investments.

It took one look at the listings for Toronto Corporate Housing to see that the city was indeed still flush with premium rentals. The city has a population of more than two million, and is the commercial capital of the nation of Canada, so it makes sense that Toronto executive rentals are in abundance.

Toronto Corporate Housing

However, if you are on the lookout for an apartment rental in Toronto (whether for business or some other sort of extended stay), you need to know that you have a lot of options. There are the wonderful and popular high rise buildings of the downtown area, where an apartment rental in Toronto is easily found. Yet, the Toronto executive rentals can also include suburban areas and single family homes. This can allow you to savor the many delights of this city without being required to commute lengthy distances to get from work and home.

As we reported in that earlier article on Toronto’s many appealing features, it “is considered the cultural, entertainment and financial capital of Canada … If you are staying in Toronto don’t miss out on the summer fun and take a long weekend up North to the lakes for fun in the sun or South to Niagara on the Lake for culture and theatre.”

Yet, there is much to see and enjoy within the city itself, and is a good reason to consider an apartment rental in Toronto for your extended stay. Not only will you find yourself within walking distance of some premiere neighborhoods, but it is quite common for such rentals to have everything from high speed internet and home offices to maid services and world-class amenities within the buildings.

Finding the Ideal Toronto Executive Rentals

How do you go about finding the right home or apartment rental in Toronto? As we previously reported, experts advise the use of seven search terms to get the most appropriate returns. This is why the CHBO site is a popular resource. It allows corporations, travelers and others to hone their searches and get only the finest options for their needs.

As an example, if a firm is sending several employees to Toronto for a long term project, it might be appropriate to seek out a multi-bedroom home or apartment in a quieter area. However, a single executive working in the downtown district might prefer an apartment with amenities like a gym, parking and more. Being able to search for these options, and enjoy high quality images and photos means that listings are more likely to get the attention they need.

Custom built luxury houses in the suburbs of Toronto, Canada

If you are the owner of a Toronto property and wish to see it among the other high quality listings available, consider listing it with CHBO. They offer you an amazing array of resources (including a housing request form that lets potential renters get in touch directly with owners in specific areas) and can ensure that your target clients easily find the property based on simple but comprehensive search capabilities. They also highlight properties to help renters quickly find their perfect accommodation.

Property Spotlight: An Edwardian Executive Rental Fit for a King or Queen

Corporate housing apartment

Eclectic, diverse, and upscale. San Francisco’s Mission District has evolved over the years from gritty to trendy, worn to fresh. Hip bars, boutiques, taquerias, vegan cafes, and concert venues thrive now. The Spanish first arrived here in the 1770s; and later Irish, German, Italian and Asian immigrants made it a melting pot. Murals and Mariachis add a creative spark to a neighborhood favored by artists and highly sought after real estate. Drink craft beer and fair-trade coffee, dine at some of the city’s hottest and most innovative restaurants here in the outer Mission. Luckily, this is our stop for today’s Property Spotlight, an Edwardian that transcends even this lively neighborhood. Welcome to a CHBO Certified four-bedroom executive rental on the second floor of this Mission District Edwardian home. Completely renovated and stocked with high end materials and finishes, it’s just twenty minutes to the financial district, a block from Zuckerburg General Hospital, and close to shuttles and the BART.

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A San Francisco Corporate Rental Remodeled and Ready to Spoil You

San Francisco is famous for its architecture, and this Edwardian is indicative of the simpler, brighter styles that evolved from the city’s Victorians. Featuring overhanging turret style bay windows, the building is in one the city’s most famous areas, the Mission District, known for its central location and the best weather in town. It’s near the 101, the famous north-south California highway that will become the Golden Gate Bridge if you drive north after passing through some famous areas of the city, and to Los Angeles or San Diego if you head south. A Google shuttle stop is walking distance, as is the University of California San Francisco shuttle a block away. Public transport via the BART is less than a mile away.

On the second floor of the building this four-bedroom luxury family rental is available for stays of three months or longer, but whenever it is time to go you’ll be sad your time is up. This airy, bright completely remodeled flat is graced with clean, streamlined furniture and a modern look characterized by a neutral colors, polished surfaces, and symmetry. The living and dining rooms combine to be this home’s show piece. Cool blue fabric, white, and glass make for a calm and inviting space, as does the 50-inch large flat screen TV with cable and Wi-Fi. A panoramic bay window casts the sunlight over the modern décor and original re-sanded and finished hardwood floors. The adjacent dining room seats six. The gourmet kitchen features a six-burner stove, stainless steel double oven, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, blender, Keurig Coffeemaker, and large side-by-side refrigerator. The two full bathrooms feature tiles walk-in showers and another full bathroom with bathtub and designer tile. The four bedrooms are uniquely decorated and feature six beds, five full beds and a Queen. There is a new washer and dryer for laundry day.

Corporate Housing

A Short-Term Rental as a Base to Explore the City by the Bay

The Mission District is full of trendy bakeries, coffee shops, bars, and because this is a city of the world, many restaurants serving ethnic cuisines you’ll drool over. The cities’ oldest “Soda Fountain” shop is three blocks over, and this area is host to the best Mexican restaurants in the city. You can walk or travel by bus, BART, or cable cars in San Francisco, but here you won’t need to go far. Starr King Open Space, Potrero Hill Rec Center, and McKinley Square are all nearby green spaces where you can reconnect with nature. It’s only 12 minutes to AT&T Park to go see the San Francisco Giants, and the Embarcadero, Pier 39, and ferries to Alcatraz can be reached in around forty minutes. To the west, the Castro is a famous area for artists, while the massive Golden Gate Park is just twenty minutes from your new home away from home.

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An Executive Rental Surrounded by Legendary Businesses in a Legendary City

Visiting tech workers have close access to Postmates, AirBnB, Pinterest, Adobe, Square, Uber, Hired, Twitter, Foursquare, Indiegogo, Nanigans, and Adroll are well known tech firms located in South of Mission. Singular, Line2, Lookout Mobile, Trulia, Google, Zendesk, and Path are in the Mission itself. Financial corporate tenants can head to the Financial District to First Republic Bank, McKesson, Charles Schwab, and Wells Fargo. Don’t forget PG&E, salesforce.com, clothiers like The Gap, Williams-Sonoma, and Levi Strauss either. San Francisco State University, UCSF, the Art Institute of San Francisco, and USF are here for higher education travelers, while travel nurses will enjoy close access to Zuckerberg General, Sutter Health, Cal Pacific Medical Center, Kaiser Permanente, and Dignity Health.

This Mission District Short Term Apartment Won’t Last Long

Seize the day and your chance to stay in San Francisco’s most sought after and trendy neighborhood, in a corporate rental truly gorgeous and ready for you three months or longer stay. Call the owner, Frank, at +1 (415) 244-2716 and stake your claim to this CHBO Certified property today and make this furnished apartment your temporary home in the Bay Area.

Property Spotlight: A San Francisco Crocker-Amazon Furnished Family Rental

Golden Gate Bridge

San Francisco’s Crocker-Amazon is quiet suburban neighborhood, a place to escape the chaos and bustle of the tourist districts, but with easily available public transport, lots of outdoor amenities, and some of the most varied weather in the city, with a balance of sun and fog. The top of the neighborhood boasts outstanding views of downtown San Francisco in the gap between McLaren Park and Twin Peaks. It’s an ideal place for families, but there’s still excitement nearby on Mission Street and Geneva Avenue, as these are two of the busiest streets on the south side. Shops are plentiful on Mission and there is lots to do, but with less congestion than the inner city. It’s a great place for a relocating family and it plays host for our Property Spotlight, gorgeous three-bedroom, two bath gem full of high-end finishes and comfortable living.

Furnished Family Rental

Active Families Will Adore this San Francisco Executive Rental

Put on your sneakers; this home is right across the street from Crocker Amazon Playground. There are five full-size, lighted soccer fields available for year-round play, baseball and softball fields, tennis, basketball and Bocce courts. There’s also a new clubhouse, community garden, Tiny Tots programs and dog-friendly areas. Just behind the playground you can escape to nature; the 312-acre John McLaren Park boasts a golf course, pool, amphitheater, and seven miles of walking trails. This tranquil area is great for walking as it’s more level than the city proper.  Access to the BART, Hwy. 101, Hwy.280, and bus stops in the Mission District mean variety and ease in seeing other local treasures such as the Golden Gate Bridge and Golden Gate Park, Alcatraz, Pier 39 and Fisherman’s Wharf, the Embarcadero, and Chinatown. AT&T Ballpark hosts the San Francisco Giants and Levi’s Stadium is home to the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers. Fishing and water sports are just a few minutes away at Candlestick Point Recreation area; a picturesque, waterside state recreation area with beautiful views, trails, fishing and other activities.

San Francisco, California Financial District Buildings At Night

An Extended Stay Close to the Economic Heart of the City

A culture of innovation in education and technology drives the city by the bay as much as tourism does. There’s a history of progressive universities paving the way, like San Francisco City College, SF State University, SFO, UC Berkeley, UC San Francisco, and Stanford.  Several areas of the city offer tech shuttles taking you to Google, Facebook, and other big name high tech companies. Crocker-Amazon is a short ride to South of Market and the lower Mission district, home to well-known tech firms like Postmates, AirBnB, Pinterest, Adobe, Square, Uber, Hired, Twitter, Foursquare, Indiegogo, Nanigans, and Adroll.  Excelsior Health Services, Silver Avenue Family Health Center, Northeast Medical Services, Laguna Honda Hospital, and other smaller medical facilities are available to residents of Crocker-Amazon. Last but definitely not least, the Fortune 500 companies mainly found in the Financial District includes Kaiser Permanente, Wells Fargo Bank, Safeway, PG&E, Genentech, Oracle, Chevron, California Pacific Medical Center, and Gap, and are about 20 minutes from this spotlight property.

San Francisco, California Financial District Buildings At Night

This San Francisco Furnished Rental is an Oasis Within the Oasis of Crocker-Amazon

Right on the corner of Moscow and Italy, this is a cheerfully colorful Spanish stucco and brick townhome. You’ll come home to a spacious 2,400 square foot home yours for one month or longer. After exploring or a day at the office, you’re welcomed by the dual bay windows and secure gated foyer leading to the entryway. A short flight of stairs brings you to an open living space of modern design, connecting French doors and mirror walls that expand the space, and high-end furnishings and appliances. A triple bay window casts natural light on a living room of leather armchairs, soft sofa seating, and cable provided big screen TV. Off the living room is a huge, eat-in kitchen with four seat dining table and appliances like a large gas range and a dishwasher. Kitchens and bathrooms are appointed with matching white tile backsplashes with black or green trim.

San Francisco Furnished Rental

There is a bedroom off the living room with its own settee, wood fireplace, and bay window with a city view. Hardwood floors lead you to a sunroom and two more bedrooms, one of which also has bay windows, and each with separate sitting areas and lots of natural light from ample windows. Two full bathrooms serve the home, one with a walk-in shower and the other with shower-tub combination. Bi-weekly housecleaning means when it’s time to deep clean, you can head out the elevated furnished patio instead, and count your blessings that you found this amazing short-term rental for your time in San Francisco.

Contact Denise, a CHBO Power Owner, to start your San Francisco Adventure on the right foot, but don’t wait because short-term rental homes like this are few and far between.