Corporate Housing Des Moines | Des Moines Extended Stay | Furnished Apartments | Temporary Housing

Click here to see why you should become a member.
  • Share in tens of tousands of free leads each month.
  • No referral fees.
  • List all your properties free in this website.
  • Feature your business on our homepage "SuiteNet Features"

SUITENET INSIGHTS:

(By ) read more

SUITENET INSIGHTS:

(By ) read more

SUITENET INSIGHTS:

(By ) read more

Read more articles

FREQUENTLY VISITED CITIES:

TRAVEL PARTNERS:

Extended Stay Des Moines
- Corporate Housing in Furnished Apartments

Des Moines, Iowa

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

SaddleBrook

SaddleBrook

8301 Colby Parkway, Des Moines 50322

A Brand New Beginning is yours! Be among the first to call these remarkable luxury residences home! more information

Des Moines, Iowa City Info

The history of Des Moines can be traced to 1834, when John Dougherty, an Indian Agent at Fort Leavenworth, Ks, recommended that a military post be established at the point where the Des Moines and Raccoon Rivers merge. Nine years later, May 1843, Captain James Allen and a company of dragoons from Fort Sanford arrived on the site. Captain Allen proposed to name the garrison Fort Raccoon but was directed by the War Department to use the name Fort Des Moines. The origin of the name is uncertain, but most historians agree that the name probably initially referred to the river. Some people feel that 'Des Moines' is derived from the Indian word 'moingona' meaning river of the mounds which referred to the burial mounds that were located near the banks of the river. Others are of the opinion that name applies to the Trappist Monks (Moines de la Trappe) who lived in huts at the mouth of the Des Moines river. French voyagers referred to the river as La Riviere des Moines. The consensus seems to be that Des Moines is a variation of Moingona, Moingonan, Moingoun, Mohingona, or Moningounas, as shown on early maps.

Although much of the boom that Des Moines experienced in the 1920s came to a halt with the stock market crash of 1929, the City fared surprisingly well throughout the 1930s. Federally funded projects supplied work that improved the City, including new bridges and streets. By 1941, Des Moines' populations had grown to 160,000 but as 1942 began, the City changed significantly as the nation entered WWII. As in most U.S. cities, food became scarce and thousands of men left the workforce to join the service.

By the end of the War era, Des Moines began to pick up the pieces and concentrate on improving the quality of life. Many businesses flourished in the post war climate, and the City soon emerged as a major insurance center. Other businesses located in Des Moines prospered and the City breezed through the next three decades with a healthy economy. Current information on business and employment statistics in the City of Des Moines indicate that the city continues to thrive.

Today more than 200,000 people live in Des Moines, and the City is recognized as a center for government, education, business, culture, and the arts. Des Moines also has gained national recognition as a major insurance center (the third largest in the world) with nearly 60 life, health, and casualty companies. The City's climate-controlled skywalk system serves as an important link to parking garages, hotels, restaurants, stores, and businesses. Skywalks make up more blocks per capita in Des Moines than in any other city of comparable size in the U.S. The City's numerous tourist attractions and facilities have established it as a popular and thriving Midwest city.

Call it 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, temporary suites or corporate housing,  chances are that SuiteNet members can accommodate you in Des Moines, Iowa.

Select other cities in Iowa where we provide temporary corporate housing and extended stay services:

[Aurelia] [Cedar Rapids] [Coralville] [Council Bluffs] [Iowa City] [Marion] [Sioux City] [Waterloo] [West DesMoines]