Now Leasing Studio, One-Bedroom and Two-Bedroom Penthouse Apartments. Move in today!Once a boutique hotel inspired by the jazz scene of the 1960s, 1000 Grant The Burnsley is now a fully renovated apartment community in the heart of Capitol Hill. White quartz counter tops and stainless steel appliances, vinyl plank flooring, carpeted bedrooms and a fully equipped community fitness center are just some of the features that are drawing people to these beautifully updated units. And don't forget the breathtaking mountain and city views!
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In times of transition, we all need a place to stay, a place to call home. Why hassle with buying, moving, setting up and then having to move, store, sell or discard furniture when you are done with it, when you can rent furniture from CORT? Cost-effective, convenient and hassle-free, furniture rental is the smart, flexible alternative for times of transition.
Whether you’re a corporate commuter, student, stager, or serving in the military, furniture rental is an ideal solution. From several months to several years and everything in between, CORT has the lease term options you need for your stay.
Personalize your own space by choosing your furniture by the room or by the piece. With CORT's Move-In Ready packages, a trained professional will pick furniture to match your needs and budget.
Your prompt, professional delivery includes a complete furniture package setup down to the last pillow, lampshade, or spoon. CORT Furniture Rental provides a furnished life without compromise or commitment.
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