Extended Stay San Mateo
- Corporate Housing in Furnished Apartments

San Mateo, California

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

The Lodging Team at San Mateo

The Lodging Team at San Mateo

1101 Park Place, San Mateo 94403

The Lodging Team's San Mateo 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

San Mateo Chesapeake Corporate Apartments

San Mateo Chesapeake Corporate Apartments

San Mateo Temporary Housing - San Mateo Extended Stay, San Mateo Corporate Housing

Laced along the tranquil Marina Lagoon of San Mateo, this lovely apartment community of town homes, single bedroom flats, and family sized cottages delivers a cozy, beachy joie de... more information

San Mateo Monterey Corporate Apartments

San Mateo Monterey Corporate Apartments

San Mateo Temporary Housing - San Mateo Extended Stay, San Mateo Corporate Housing

This complex is a historic landmark building located within the heart of San Mateo\'s Exclusive Baywood District. We are only minutes from beautiful downtown San Mateo which... more information

San Mateo Lakeshore Corporate Apartments

San Mateo Lakeshore Corporate Apartments

San Mateo Temporary Housing - San Mateo Extended Stay, San Mateo Corporate Housing

Nestled on the shores of San Mateo’s waterways, this property offers dramatic water views where you can watch birds at play. This is the perfect place for you to be at play,... more information

San Mateo Archstone Corporate Apartments

San Mateo Archstone Corporate Apartments

San Mateo Temporary Housing - San Mateo Extended Stay, San Mateo Corporate Housing

Close to Caltrain...Enjoy shopping, dining and cafe\'s within the community as well as easy access to highway 101, 280 and Dumbarton Bridge. In the heart of San Mateo, situated... more information

San Mateo Bridgepointe Corporate Apartments

San Mateo Bridgepointe Corporate Apartments

San Mateo Temporary Housing - San Mateo Extended Stay, San Mateo Corporate Housing

This rental community offers spacious 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments. Each feature a washer and dryer, underground parking, woodburning fireplaces and patio or balcony.... more information

San Mateo, California City Info

The first inhabitants of what is now the City of San Mateo were members a triblet of the Ohlone Indians. This Tribe lived in the area from South San Francisco to Belmont for at least 4000 years before explorers first arrived on the Peninsula. Downtown San Mateo's mild climate and fresh water creek made this area ideal for its first inhabitants and a large village once stood at today's Laurel Creek and El Camino Real.

In 1776, Spanish explorers came to today's San Mateo. During a scouting trip to locate a place to start a colony on the Peninsula, Lieutenant Colonel Juan Bautista de Anza, Padre Pedro Font, Lieutenant Jose Joaquin Moraga, and eleven soldiers set up camp in San Mateo. Father Font named the creek that they slept by "San Mateo Creek." In 1793, the mission fathers in San Francisco created an outpost of the mission on the Peninsula. The outpost was at San Mateo Creek and was established to bring the Church to the Peninsula, to organize and oversee the newly converted Christians in livestock herding, and to provide food for the Mission. The outpost was the first building built in San Mateo by non-natives.

In May 1861, under the direction of Charles B. Polhemus, the construction of a railroad to link San Francisco with San Jose began. The track was completed in January 1864 and the first service through San Mateo was on October 17, 1863. The train made the trip from San Francisco to San Mateo in thirty-seven minutes. With Polhemus in the role of director of railroad construction, the decision about where the central business district would be located lay in his hands. The first building to be erected near the tracks was the train station, but it wasn't long before buildings began springing up in the area of Main Street and Railroad Avenue. This was the beginning of downtown San Mateo.

The year 1889 saw many important events in the developing San Mateo Community. Under head engineer, Herman Schussler, the Crystal Springs dam was completed. The completion of this project assured that the people of the San Mateo would have quality drinking water, allowing for further growth in the area. The activity surrounding the construction of the dam further added to San Mateo's growing population. It was in the same year as the dam's completion that William Howard had part of his estate opened for subdivision. Although subdividing had been attempted in the past, this was the first successful attempt at selling smaller plots of land. With this, the middle class moved to San Mateo. In this same year, Richard H. Jury and Charles N. Kirkbride established the Leader, San Mateo's first successful newspaper and one of the earliest proponents of the incorporation of San Mateo. On September 3, 1894, in a vote of 150 in favor of and 25 against incorporation, San Mateo became a town.

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