The city of Gaithersburg in Maryland has previously been named as one of the fastest growing cities in America. Known for its community’s diversity, Gaithersburg is a cosmopolitan city with parks, fantastic shopping, and museums. Gaithersburg is home to just over 68,000 residents which makes it the fourth largest incorporated city in the state. Corporate housing in Gaithersburg is popular and business travel to the city is ever growing, with industries being introduced to the city and surrounding area annually. Serviced apartments in Gaithersburg make a great base for corporate stays, as they offer more space, flexibility, and privacy than other alternative accommodation. Corporate housing in Gaithersburg is close to transport links which serve Washington, Baltimore, and Philadelphia.
Gaithersburg is mainly focused around the development of technology, with the highest proportion of residents being employed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, along with MedImmune and the Asbury Methodist Village. Accommodation in Gaithersburg is located near to the main business areas, meaning ease of access to these national institutes.
The city is home to over 4,000 business and is a hub of biotechnology, conference centres, and federal research facilities. Corporate housing often provides conference facilities as well, making the city a true hub of business and corporate travel. The city’s attitude toward small businesses setting up in the area has propelled the city forward to become a centre for business travel and headquarters of large companies. The demand for corporate housing in the area has drastically risen and is becoming a growing accommodation option in Gaithersburg.
Gaithersburg was incorporated as a town in 1878 and became a city in 1968. Established in 1765 as a small agricultural village, Gaithersburg truly developed as a town toward the end of the 19th century. By the mid-nineteenth century, a railroad was introduced to the area, and new station created called Gaithersburg. It was after this that Gaithersburg took its official name.
During the 1870s, the city built its first churches, schools, stores, and hotels to coincide with the popularity of the newly built railway. Although classified as a city in the 1960s, the area remained primarily a farming community up until the 1970s when increasing urban development began. With that, highway construction and residential development spread throughout the city and Gaithersburg began to leave its agriculture behind and become an urban paradise.
Gaithersburg is divided into east and west by Frederick Avenue which runs north-south of the city. The road connects Gaithersburg to other major cities and towns in the county, including Frederick, Rockville, and Washington D.C. Interstate 270 runs almost parallel with Frederick Avenue and provides a connection with the Capital Beltway. It is these great transport links that bring so much business and trade to the area. Gaithersburg corporate housing offers business travellers an alternative accommodation option in the city. Close to business and institutes, corporate housing in Gaithersburg benefits from more space, flexibility, and privacy, than would otherwise be found in hotel accommodation. Book today with SilverDoor Apartments to secure your corporate accommodation in the area.