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Beaumont, Texas

SuiteNet provides, through its members, extended stay and temporary corporate housing in furnished short-term apartments and corporate suites in Beaumont, Texas. The following is a list of extended stay and temporary corporate housing providers in Beaumont:

The Lodging Team at Beaumont

The Lodging Team at Beaumont

4165 Old Dowlen Road, Beaumont 77706

The Lodging Team's Beaumont apartment community offers 1, 2 and 3 bedroom corporate apartments. With rental rates lower than most hotels, The Lodging Team’s guests enjoy the... more information

The Lodging Team at Beaumont

The Lodging Team at Beaumont

6155 Sienna Trails, Beaumont 77708

The Lodging Team's Beaumont apartment community offers 1, 2 and 3 bedroom corporate apartments. With rental rates lower than most hotels, The Lodging Team’s guests enjoy the... more information

Beaumont, Texas City Info

As early as 1824, Noah Tevis settled Tevis Bluff, with visions of establishing a town there. David Brown had similar plans with a town called Santa Anna. Neither town would see any development, however. In September 1835, a man named Henry Millard arrived from New Orleans. He purchased 50 acres of land from Tevis, on the Neches River bluff, between Tevis' house and Brown's survey.  In October, an article appeared in the Telegraph and Texas Register: "We have been informed that a town has lately been laid out on the tidewater of the River Neches, at a place known as Tevis Bluff, 30 miles from Sabine Bay... It has received the name of Beaumont, which from the description of the place, strikes our fancy as very appropriate." The name had been given in honor of the family of his wife, Mary Beaumont. The Texas Revolution soon intervened, and in October Millard left to join the Consultation Delegation and, later, the Texian Army. Town building activities were put on hold.

In the secession election of early 1861, 141 Beaumonters voted with the rest of Texas to secede from the Union; only 12 voted to remain a part of it. With the attack on Fort Sumpter, the Civil War became a reality and Beaumonters began preparing for war. City government not only ground to an abrupt halt, but the town newspaper, The Beaumont Banner, ceased publication. The editor of the paper, who was also the town's Mayor, left to join Hood's Brigade. Reconstruction was a difficult time for Beaumonters. By the summer of 1865, Union troops occupied the town. Beaumont's economy had slowed almost to a standstill. Even after civil government was restored in 1870, Beaumonters had to rebuild their farms and businesses almost from scratch.

The railroads began to develop rapidly, however, furnishing new transportation routes for lumber, and during the 1870's and 1880's the lumber industry began to dominate the economy of Beaumont. Several new lumber mills were built in town. In 1876, Pearl Street was cleared and plowed, giving the city another main thoroughfare. White painted, two-story Victorian styled homes began to replace the log structures.

Beaumont's economy is dominated by the petrochemical industry, although manufacturing industries have contributed less to increased overall employment. This shift from manufacturing to service-oriented jobs is consistent with national trends and is a reflection of productivity gains. Area leaders continue to be successful in diversifying the economic base. This is particularly evident in the increased jobs created in the services and government sectors. The completion of local, state and federal prison facilities, along with the expansion of the postal service, have not only created new employment opportunities, but have also helped expand markets for small business.

Call it corporate housing, temporary furnished housing, furnished corporate housing, temporary furnished apartments, corporate furnished apartments, corporate accommodations, furnished short-term housing, furnished temporary apartments, temporary accommodations, temporary corporate apartments, temporary housing, furnished accommodations or temporary suites, chances are that SuiteNet members can accommodate you in Beaumont, Texas.

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