vue sur lac depuis Thalwill


About the District

Thalwil is not a district in Zurich per se but a municipality in the canton of Zurich, located between Lake Zurich and the Sihl River, along the A3 motorway from Zurich to Chur and Italy. It benefits however from quick transport links to the city thanks to Zurich S-Bahn S2, S8, S21 and S24 lines (10 to 15min from Thalwil railway station) as well as the Zimmerberg bus line.

A former farming village transformed by industrialisation, Thalwil is nowadays a dynamic town where companies like Unisys Corporation and Illy have located their headquarters. The excellent transport links to Zurich city centre and its many offices, like Credit Suisse, ABB Group, Google, IBM or Facebook, make it an excellent choice for families that want a quieter residential neighbourhood and Thalwil apartments for rent within easy reach of their workplace and everything the city has to offer.

For expats looking for convenient corporate housing, Thalwil is a popular choice too; both Thalwil’s and Zurich’s offices are only a short commute away, travelling locally and internationally to and from Thalwil is quick and easy thanks to the S-Bahn and Zurich Central station, and the town itself offers many amenities and a lively town centre.


View on Sihl river over the Banhofstrasse bridge


About the District

Bahnhofstrasse is one of the world’s most famous shopping streets and is said to be one of the most expensive too, thanks to its 1.4km of premium stores and luxury boutiques and its location at the heart of Switzerland’s biggest city: it starts from Lake Zurich, runs alongside the Old City, and ends at Zurich HB / Central Station. It is also crossed by Paradeplatz, Zurich’s financial heart where many of the global Swiss banks have their headquarters, like UBS and Crédit Suisse, as well as international companies like Google, IBM, Facebook and Glencore.

If one is looking for exclusive corporate housing, Bahnhofstrasse area ticks all the boxes. Located in the very heart of the city with everything you need at your doorstep and with Zurich’s train station within walking distance, it provides leisure and business travellers alike with the best Switzerland has to offer: beautiful scenery, a historical centre, luxury stores and local headquarters of some of the biggest companies in the world. This is why AHS has handpicked a few premium fully furnished short-term Bahnhofstrasse apartments, to ensure you can enjoy the district’s prime central location and amenities in all the comfort of a home away from home.


Wiedikon train station clock


About the District

Also called District 3, Wiedikon is Zurich’s favourite residential area and comprises Alt-Wiedikon, Sihlfeld and Friesenberg neighbourhoods. Formerly a farming village, Wiedikon’s happy location next to the city centre between the Sihl river and Uetliberg mountain has transformed the district into a popular, up and coming area.

Wiedikon apartments benefit from the district’s many cosy cafés, busy restaurants, trendy shops and vintage stores, especially around Idaplatz in Sihlberg or Sihlcity shopping centre, as well as the proximity of nature and many scenic walks around Uetliberg in Friesenberg.

The district is also well connected to the rest of the city thanks to the A3 motorway and its railway station that is served by 3 Zürich S-bahn lines (S2,S8, S21). It is then no surprise that corporate housing in Wiedikon has become highly sought-after; the district calm but thriving atmosphere is perfect for families and young professionals alike and its excellent transport links provide an easy commute to the many international companies headquarters settled in Switzerland’s largest city and financial centre, like Google, IBM, Facebook, UBS Group, ABB Group and Glencore for instance.


La seine paris 15

15th arrondissement

About the District

Paris’ 15th arrondissement is Paris Left Bank (“Rive Gauche”) largest district, yet remains relatively unknown to travellers and visitors.

The 15th arrondissement is composed of four neighbourhoods, all linked to the rest of the city by 6 metro lines over 22 stations: Grenelle in the north, next to the Champ de Mars and the Eiffel Tower, delimited by the Seine (with famous Bir Hakeim bridge and Isle of the Swans) is full of quirky shops, picturesque streets and architecture amateurs admiring the modern Front-de-Seine on the river bank; Javel, in south-west, attract tourists and families thanks to André-Citroën park and its greenhouses and its hot-air balloon, as well as employees of LexisNexis, Canal+ or France Televisions; Necker, in the east, benefits from Montparnasse train station and the Tower’s views over the whole city, as well as Bourdelle Museum; and Saint-Lambert, most famous for Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, where many national and international fairs take place, hosts the headquarters of Orange, Total Direct Energie and Safran.

All this makes 15eme apartments ideal for both families looking for an eclectic district and businessmen looking for corporate housing in 15e.


Trocadero Paris 16

16th arrondissement

About the District

Paris’ 16th arrondissement is dubbed Paris’ bourgeois district because of its wide, tree-lined streets and often famous avenues, grand private homes and the extensive Bois de Boulogne.

Despite its western location nestled between the Seine and Paris ring road, it benefits from excellent transport links to the rest of the city thanks to 5 metro and 2 RER lines running through 23 stations. It is composed of 4 neighbourhoods: the southernmost, Auteuil, is the district’s sports centre with Roland Garros stadium, the Parc des Princes and Molitor Spa; above it, la Muette is home to Marmottan Monet museum and Passy cemetery (and its famous residents), as well as to a part of the Trocadéro; on the northern west side is la Porte Dauphine where many embassies and luxurious hôtels particuliers are, as well as famous avenue Foch; on the northern east side is the fourth and best-known 16e area, quartier Chaillot. It is home to the Arc de Triomphe, Palais de Tokyo and Avenues Kléber and Victor Hugo.

This is also where Apple and Pernod Ricard have located their offices, which makes it a convenient location for corporate housing in 16e, even though 16eme apartments for rent can be hard to find due to the district’s premium location and amenities.


9th arrondissement

About the District

The 9th arrondissement is Paris’ lesser-known cultural centre. It is home to several famous cultural landmarks, such as Garnier Opera, the Folies Bergères cabaret, Casino de Paris and Olympia concert halls, Grévin wax museum and auction house Drouot. Its central location on the Rive Droite (Right bank), between the shiny 8th, busy 2nd and trendy 10th arrondissements offers excellent transport links to the rest of the city (19 metro stations, 9 metro and 2 RER lines) while being within a short walking distance of landmarks like the Louvre and Champs-Elysées. If Chaussée d’Antin and Faubourg Montmartre neighbourhoods are busier because of tourism and because companies like Danone, Netflix, Dr. Oetker, Sony Music Entertainment, Thomson Reuters, Google and Apple have their offices located there, Saint-Georges and Rochechouard are slightly quieter despite still being very lively areas next to young and emerging 10th (with Canal Saint-Martin and la Villette areas) and 18th (famous for Pigalle and Montmartre). 9e arrondissement apartments are therefore very popular among professionals, young families and visitors and 9e corporate housing has become a clever option for those looking for central 9eme apartment rental long term and short term.


Paris Cathédrale Saint-Alexandre-Nevsky

8th arrondissement

About the District

Paris’ 8th arrondissement is both the capital’s business and touristic centre. Its most famous landmarks are none others than the Champs-Elysées, Arc de Triomphe, place de la Concorde and the Grand Palais, which attract millions of tourists every year.

On the other hand, many international companies headquarters are scattered across its four quartiers (Saint-Philippe du Roule, Madeleine, Champs-Elysées and Europe) : EDF, Bank of America, Sanofi Aventis, Publicis, Vivendi and Bouygues for instance, as well as luxury houses like Hermés, LVMH, Chanel and L’Oréal. It is then no surprise it is the district with the best transport links (22 metro stations with 9 metro lines and 2 RER lines), on top of Saint-Lazare train station located there, to accommodate the flow of tourists and professionals. It is also the reason why 8th apartments are very popular. If one prefers to avoid taking the busy metro to commute, 8eme corporate housing is indeed a great solution.

Rentals in 8th arrondissement offer a scenic walk to the office and will provide you with all amenities and all cultural activities one can need, and even some of the very best in the French capital.



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