Temporary Housing Solutions for
UN, Consulates, Embassies & Missions

Whether you’re an employee, diplomat, or family member associated with the United Nations (UN), it’s important to stay globally mobile. UN travelers, expatriates, and consultants have special duties to perform, and special requirements for furnished housing and accommodations while representing various nations.

No matter what your UN business calls for—relocation, training and development programs, consulting, business projects, or temporary duty—Furnished Quarters has the right temporary housing solutions for your travel.

Furnished Quarters is a United Nations contract holder and provider, and we understand the specific needs surrounding UN housing. We have successfully served UN employees and their families since 1998.

As the largest provider of temporary furnished apartments in New York City, we’re able to offer the following to all United Nations diplomats, employees, and their families worldwide:

  • Conveniently located furnished apartments within walking distance to the United Nations
  • Furnished rentals near major embassies and diplomatic missions
  • Special rates and programs
  • Streamlined electronic invoicing
  • Multilingual staff
  • Luxury building amenities, fully equipped kitchens and baths, and 24-hour customer service

Furnished Quarters offers a dedicated contact to UN affiliates to help coordinate logistics for high-quality furnished rentals. Our team can help you find the best accommodations to ensure a comfortable, productive, and convenient stay.

Call us toll-free for more information at 1.800.255.8117 or contact one of our Corporate Sales Managers directly.

United Nations, Consulates, Embassies & Missions

Nina Taylor                212.367.9400 ext. 4349

Annette Clement         617.236.4908 ext. 1001

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