Extended Stay Santa Rosa
- Corporate Housing in Furnished Apartments

Santa Rosa, California

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

Santa Rosa Villages Corporate Housing

Santa Rosa Villages Corporate Housing

Santa Rosa Temporary Housing - Santa Rosa Extended Stay, Santa Rosa Corporate Housing

An exclusive apartment community designed to complement your individual style of living. Surrounded by lush, beautiful landscaping, this community offers everything you are... more information

Santa Rosa Boulders Corporate Apartment

Santa Rosa Boulders Corporate Apartment

Santa Rosa Temporary Housing - Santa Rosa Extended Stay, Santa Rosa Corporate Housing

This property offers sophisticated suburban living in the heart of Sonoma County’s wine country. The Community Pavilion provides residents with a private fireside club room... more information

Santa Rosa, California City Info

Santa Rosa is the County seat and center of trade, government, commerce and medical facilities for the North Bay area. The area surrounding Santa Rosa is home to over a hundred wineries and vineyards, and to many beautiful parks and recreational facilities. It has nearly every attraction of a major city, with its symphony, performing arts center, theater productions and internationally-recognized restaurants. And yet, the city has somehow retained the warmth and small-town feel of decades past. With fine schools that include a renowned junior college, a wealth of businesses and services, a nearly endless array of recreational opportunities and a superb climate in which to enjoy them, Santa Rosa is a combination of elements that create a vibrant community.

Santa Rosa's history is rich in culture and many different groups have called the area their home. Pomo, Miwok, and Wappo Indians originally populated the area followed by the Spanish in the early 1800's. The first deeded land was held as the Rancho Cabeza de Santa Rosa and was given to Senora Maria Ignacia Lopez de Carrillo by Spanish authorities.

The discovery of gold and California's statehood gradually produced more traffic along the roads past Santa Rosa. Some who came for gold, realized that farming in the rich Santa Rosa valley would bring more wealth than digging for gold and an agricultural community soon flourished.

In the early 1850's other travelers came to Santa Rosa to establish commercial ventures. Three enterprising business men, Berthold "Barney" Hoen, Feodor Gustav Hahman and William Hartman rented the Carrillo Adobe and opened Hoen & Co. Hoen and his partners soon purchased another tract of land a mile downstream which had originally belonged to Julio Carrillo, son of the Senora. This land was next to a tract still in Julio's ownership. Convincing Julio to join their partnership, they plotted out a town and called it Santa Rosa offering all the lots for $25 a piece.

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