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Five Ways Corporate Furnished Housing Can Help Make Your Move as Seamless as Possible

The economic outlook forecasted by the Third Federal Reserve District and State of Delaware continues to remain positive. The legal industry is Wilmington’s second-largest employer, and the presence of a large number of national and regional financial institutions is luring employees to a number of exciting career opportunities.

But moving to another place and starting a new career, whether it's permanent or temporary, can be stressful. That is why LuxiaSuites has been changing the way people view corporate furnished housing. LuxiaSuites' corporate apartments provide a home away from home that is both comfortable and energizing.

Here are five ways LuxiaSuites is helping new employees remain sharp as they begin their careers in Wilmington.

1. Convenient location to top employers

With locations on the Riverfront and downtown Wilmington, professionals are within easy walking distance of the city’s top financial institutions, including Barclays, Capital One, Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase. Wilmington’s growing reputation as a tech-friendly city has also brought companies like Alpha Technologies Inc.’s headquarters to downtown Wilmington. LuxiaSuites’ City Center property is centrally located in Wilmington’s legal district. The Rodney Square location, housed in the former Delaware Trust bank headquarters, figures prominently in the culture and excitement of the city. LuxiaSuites is also conveniently close to public transportation, including the DART Bus, Wilmington Trolley, Amtrak and SEPTA stations.

2. The amenities are incredible 

Moving is stressful enough, but combine it with relocating to a new city and starting a new job, and everything becomes that much harder. However, when you move into LuxiaSuites’ corporate executive housing, all you need to bring is your clothes. The standard amenities at LuxiaSuites include everything from fully furnished apartments, a fitness center and complimentary grocery delivery on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, to housekeeping and a full linen and kitchen accessory package. “Guests don’t need to bring a thing—it’s just easy for them,” says LuxiaSuites' Liz Allman.

3. LuxiaSuites sees to your everyday living needs, so you don’t have to

“Cable TV, Wi-Fi, package delivery and daily mail—all the things that may be a hassle when you move are set up for guests so they can remain focused on their highest priorities,” says Allman.

4. LuxiaSuites offers flexible terms

If you have come to Wilmington for a temporary project that has gone on longer than expected, don’t worry: LuxiaSuites will work with your schedule. “Some people stay here up to 10 months or more for project work,” says Allman.

5. The locations are also great for after-hour activities

You may have come for work, but be sure to leave time for play. The arts and culture scene has something for everyone, including the Penn Cinema IMAX, Delaware Art Museum, The Delaware Contemporary, World Café Live at The Queen and OperaDelaware. And dining options are convenient and delicious. Enjoy everything from gourmet coffee, pizza and sub shops to fine dining and brew pubs.


LuxiaSuites features luxuriously appointed, fully furnished studio, one- and two-bedroom corporate furnished apartments that are ideal for busy executives, world travelers, those relocating to Wilmington, Del., and those looking for all of the privacy and spaciousness you would expect in your own home. LuxiaSuites corporate housing represents a new standard of luxury. With a goal to surpass your expectations in customer service, LuxiaSuites helps its guests have a home away from home, bringing warmth and happiness that is both comfortable and energizing in upgraded boutique-hotel style suites. See more photos on LuxiaSuites' website

LuxiaSuites Office
The Nemours Building
1007 N. Orange St.
Wilmington, DE 19801

www.luxiasuites.com

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