Extended Stay Frederick
- Corporate Housing in Furnished Apartments

Frederick, Maryland

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

The Lodging Team at Frederick

The Lodging Team at Frederick

4901 Meridian Way, Frederick 21703

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

The Lodging Team at Frederick

The Lodging Team at Frederick

1404 Taney Avenue, Frederick 21702

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

The Lodging Team at Frederick

The Lodging Team at Frederick

6450 Mercantile Drive E, Frederick 21703

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

The Lodging Team at Frederick

The Lodging Team at Frederick

1420 Key Parkway, Frederick 21702

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

Frederick, Maryland City Info

Although the formal beginnings of the city are traced to the laying out of Frederick Town and its settlement in 1745, there were settlers who arrived in the area prior to this. It was in 1725 that Benjamin Tasker patented "Tasker's Chance" - the first of many land speculators in the area. Daniel Dulany laid out the new town hoping to develop a center of trade and a market for goods imported from England. It was not difficult to recruit families in Europe willing to try their luck in a new land.

Events leading to the Civil War, and the war itself, touched Frederick deeply. It was here that the Maryland Legislature met when it was decided the state would not secede from the Union. The city was a natural crossroads for troop movements. Frederick residents were pressed many times to provide supplies for troops, and many families in the city as well as the state were divided in their loyalties. The Battle of the Monocacy south of town saved Washington from being taken by the Confederate Army.

World War II began the changing of the face of Frederick. Most notably was the establishment of Fort Detrick, a center of biological warfare research. Today it is well-known as a biological technology center.

Following World War II business changed drastically. Many small manufacturing plants were sold or closed. The building of the interstate roads system, begun in 1956, has brought a new phenomenon--commuters to jobs in other cities. Growth in residential areas has continued in an unprecedented way.

Retailing, as in many cities, has been altered. Frederick Shopping Center on West Seventh Street was opened in 1957; other malls followed. The great flood of Carroll Creek, described as a 100-year-flood, was a contributing factor in the decline of the downtown business area. The flood control project, nearing completion, is designed to alleviate future devastating deluges, and also provide a boost to the oldest section of the city.

With the coming of newer residents has come new ideas, and with the cooperation of longtime citizens there has been a cultural revival. The Weinberg Center for the Arts and the Delaplaine Center for the Visual Arts are rallying places for local talent and nationally known artists. The Keys baseball team makes news every year.

Frederick, as Maryland’s second largest city, has a bright future with its expanding economy and stable quality of life. The Clustered Spires still inspire an appreciation of the past while looking ahead to a changing world.

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