Residential Relocation in Greenwich CT

Relocating to Greenwich, Connecticut presents a whole host of considerations. Among such considerations are the cost and type of available housing, access to local transportation and commuting, access to educational facilities, employment opportunities, taxation, recreational and cultural amenities, access to healthcare, quality of life and more. As you consider where to move, Edward Mortimer can help you work through these relocation considerations to help you make the right decisions for you.

While you consider where you might want to live in the area, temporary housing is available. Furnished apartment settings are available in the area as are furnished rentals and general lodging (hotels and inns).

Temporary Housing
Temporary corporate housing is available only on a highly restricted basis in Greenwich. Over the course of a year, a dozen or so furnished short-term rentals might open up. But interim housing abounds elsewhere across Fairfield County within reasonable distance from Greenwich in the communities of Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, Norwalk, Wilton and Danbury. Other comparable facilities are available across the New York border in White Plains.

The accommodations run from furnished apartments offering studios to one bedroom, two bedrooms and three bedrooms to private housing, hotels and inns designed for extended-stay business travelers. Generally the leases are flexible. In some instances, there is a 30-day minimum occupancy. Cost is contingent on the size of the space, the furnishings and the amenities.

Rentals can come with complete washer-dryer and appliances, house wares, linens, indoor parking, gyms or health clubs, business centers with Internet access and fax and copying equipment, pools, color TV with cable connections and fully-equipped kitchens to prepare home-cooked meals. In addition some offer maid, concierge and doorman services, dry cleaning pickup and delivery, game rooms with billiard tables and, in many cases, they are pet-friendly and a short distance to the New Haven rail commuter line linked to New York’s Grand Central Station.

Other than corporate housing the following are a list of lodging options in the area:

Hotels-Inns In Greenwich

Cos Cob Inn
50 River Road
Cos Cob, CT 06807

500 Steamboat Road
Greenwich, CT 06830

Harbor House Inn
165 Shore Road
Old Greenwich, CT

Homestead Inn
420 Field Point Road
Greenwich, CT 06830

Howard Johnson
114 East Putnam Avenue
Riverside, CT 06878

Hyatt Regency
1800 East Putnam Avenue
Old Greenwich, CT 06870

Stanton House Inn
76 North Maple Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830