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Churchill’s Furnished Housing is This Week’s “Real.Est. List Spotlight” Piece on BrickUnderground

BrickUnderground is one of New York City’s most trustworthy and popular sources for real estate advice. With over 65,000 visitors to their website each month, they strive to provide educational information for those seeking solutions to their real-estate and apartment-dwelling needs in the Big Apple.

This week’s piece on their “Real.Est. List Spotlight” was on Churchill’s furnished housing. It provides a great deal of detail on the ins and outs of renting one of our corporate apartments and we are grateful to have had the opportunity for our company and services be featured.

Check out the full article here to learn more about what we have to offer our clients!

BrickUnderground's Article

Churchill has short-term corporate housing available in New York City and other cities Nationwide. Please contact us at 866-255-0593 or for more information.


10 best places to raise your kids

MSN Real Estate and Bloomberg Businessweek provide readers with information on the 10 best places to raise your kids. This list is geared toward those considering leaving the big city to move to a more family oriented locale. Bloomberg Businessweek evaluated 3,200 places nationwide with populations from 5,000 to 50,000, looking at metrics including housing cost, commuting time, public school performance, safety, poverty, educational attainment for adults, and households with children and diversity. They also looked at the local job market, median income, and unemployment rate, making this a very studied and thorough assessment. Take a look at these locations and perhaps you will discover the perfect town for your family!

Churchill has short-term corporate housing available Nationwide. Please contact us at 866-255-0593 or for more information.

Bella Vista, Ark. - Photo courtesy of: Frank Krahmer/Getty Images

Bella Vista, Ark. – Photo courtesy of: Frank Krahmer/Getty Images

10 best places to raise your kids:

1. Solon, Ohio

2. Helotes, Texas

3. Bella Vista, Ark.

4. Cranberry Township, Pa.

5. Signal Mountain, Tenn.

6. Peachtree City, Ga.

7. Ballwin, Mo.

8. Cedarburg, Wis.

9. Brandon, Miss.

10. Louisville, Colo.

Why Choose Churchill Furniture Rental?

We are very happy to present our readers with a brief new video providing information on Churchill’s furniture rental. Please take a moment to watch this video and contact us with any inquiries.

Churchill has short-term corporate housing available Nationwide. Please contact us at 866-255-0593 or for more information.

Living in a NYC Microstudio

Felice Cohen lives in a microstudio in Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Her microstudio apartment has about 90 square feet of total space and measures just 12 feet by 7 feet. In this video, Felice shows us her tiny kitchen (toaster oven, hot pot and mini fridge), the toilet where she bumps her knee and her now-cozy lofted bed.

Churchill has short-term corporate housing that is more spacious than Felice’s apartment available in New York City. Please contact us at 866-255-0593 or for more information.

The Limelight in NYC Transforms into a Market details the transformation of The Limelight, a Church Turned Nightclub, into a Market.  The Limelight in New York opened in November 1983 and was one of NYC’s most famous nightclubs in the 80s through 90s.  This spring, it will reopen as the Limelight Marketplace housing 35 upscale boutiques and restaurants.  The $15 million renovation has made the interior much brighter but it still retains the maze-like feel that was a hallmark of the Limelight. Brands include Le Sportsac, Baci Gelato and the bootmaker Hunter will be opening stores in the Limelight Marketplace.

Churchill has short-term apartments in New York City. Please contact us at 866-255-0593 or for more information.

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Applications to Colleges Are Breaking Records ‘s article, “Applications to Colleges Are Breaking Records“, reports that many colleges are seeing double digit increases in applications from last year. Officials from schools have credited aggressive recruiting and the ease of online applications for the increase in applicants. But another big reason is the economy. According to David G. Payne, the Educational Testing Service’s vice president and chief operating officer for college and graduate programs, “When job creation slows, there’s an increase in the number of people who pursue a graduate degree.”

Are you looking for alternatives to college dormitories? Churchill has temporary housing solutions in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts and nationwide. Please contact us at 866-255-0593 or email us for more details.

Christmas Trees around NYC

At a minimum of 65 feet tall and covered in over five miles of lights, it’s easy to see why Rockefeller Center‘s Christmas tree is one of New York’s most visited holiday decorations. But it isn’t the only tree worth admiring.

Bigger isn’t necessarily better: Metropolitan Museum of Art‘s blue spruce is only twenty feet tall. This indoor tree is adorned with fifty angels and surrounded by over 200 crèche figures, all of which are over 200 years old. The crèche figures depict the traditional Nativity scene, the procession of three Magi, and a large gathering of peasants, townspeople, and all kinds of animals – even an elephant!

Like a little mood music with your tree? Stop by South Street Seaport’s fifty-foot Douglas Fir. The Big Apple Chorus, an 85-member men’s a cappella group, delights visitors with two evening performances on Fridays and two afternoon performances on Saturdays and Sundays until Christmas Eve.

Dubbed The Peace Tree, one thousand paper cranes trim the tree at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. Bring the kids for a crane-making workshop, or learn about the pre-Christian origins of the holiday on a walking tour of the Cathedral.

Christmas trees are going up all over the city, but our prices aren’t. Contact Churchill for affordable furnished housing in New York for your holiday visit to New York.

Photo courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art.