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Corporate Rentals

You want your new employees to have a seamless and hassle-free relocation or temporary housing experience so they can focus on what they do best – helping your business thrive. Located near State Farm, General Dynamics, Axon, Skysong Innovation Center, and many other organizations, Scottsdale Park Suites is South Scottsdale’s best corporate housing community. We offer superior customer service, comfortable accommodations and tons of amenities fit for the most discerning of residents. Partnering with us for your professional corporate housing needs will allow your veteran or newly recruited employees to feel right at home and be happy, healthy team members. We are happy to offer discounted rates on 5 or more apartments for our corporate rental partners.

Our one bedroom apartments are fully furnished with private patios and balconies, stocked with all of the comforts of home and come with high-speed WiFi and premium cable, allowing residents to immediately settle in without having to set up utilities or appoint their new home. Conveniently located near a wealth of shopping and restaurants, they can explore and enjoy all that sunny Scottsdale has to offer. We are located right off the Greenbelt, perfect for scenic walking and biking. In their free time, residents can utilize our onsite bike rentals and hop on one of the many trails nearby.  Optional housekeeping services are also available.

Scottsdale Park Suites makes relocation and temporary housing reliable and stress-free by working with you to find the perfect homes for your employees, whether it’s a long-term relocation or a short-term, extended stay. We have flexible availability and a wide variety of layout and location options.

Learn more or partner with us today by completing the form below. A member of our team will reach out to you shortly with additional information.

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