Corporate Housing & Relocation

Globe Quarters: The Business Solution For Corporate Housing

Whether a short-term assignment, new job, training program or special project, your stay in Manhattan will be enhanced by the comfort of your Globe Quarters furnished apartment. Select from the elegant Sutton Place Altro experience or the contemporary Nash in Murray Hill in the middle of the city’s vibrant business district. Both options are within your reach and provide the value you seek for your extended stay. Phone home, surf the web or watch your favorite television programs with Globe Quarters’ complimentary services. Why stay in a hotel with an expensive mini-bar when you can experience some home cooking in your fully furnished kitchen or explore the many dining options in your neighborhood or around the city? Globe Quarters Manhattan locations provide easy access to public transportation for you to get to and from your assignment or an after work adventure in the city.

“…felt like at home in this temporary abode.”
Kaha Imnadze
Permanent Mission of Georgia to the UN

Globe Quarters: The Solution For Your Relocation

Relocating to Manhattan can be a challenge. Where to live? Which neighborhood has the best schools? Condo, coop or rental? Whether you are advancing the relocation for yourself or for your family, you can relax and enjoy the experience. When you stay at Globe Quarters furnished apartments in Sutton Place or Murray Hill you can get a taste of the city and take your time to explore Manhattan’s diverse neighborhoods, learn the transportation system and find your new home. Tastefully furnished and providing the most sought after amenities, Globe Quarters’ accommodations in New York will provide the perfect transition to Manhattan living. Renovating? Take all the time you need. Globe Quarters is flexible and here to help you.

“Originally scheduled to be in the apartment from July 10th to October 15th, Globe has been very gracious and accommodating in allowing not one, not two, but three extensions of the contract.”
Mary Breault
ParishSOFT for Archdiocese of New York