For over 16 years, we’ve helped businesses in Burlington find the perfect temporary housing for new and relocating employees and contractors.

Alamance Reserve, named 2016 Community of the Year by the Piedmont Triad Apartment Association, offers the largest one bedroom in town with 840 square feet and spacious 1082 square feet two bedroom apartments in Burlington, North Carolina.

Wayfare at Garden Crossing is well-equipped with beautiful granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, walk-in closets, and a convenient location near I-40. Along with that, there are numerous stores and shops that are within walking distance.

Windsor Upon Stonecrest is a welcoming community equipped with several luxury features including a sparkling swimming pool, a cascading waterfall, gorgeous landscaping, and a welcoming pavilion featuring an outdoor kitchen. Situated between Durham and Greensboro, this dynamic community is commonly referred to as an ideal location.

Each home comes with a sunroom or home office, and all of our apartments include personal WiFi internet and a cable package which includes 79+ channels, HBO, and Showtime for an additional monthly fee of $57.00.

Short-Term Leases for Temporary Housing in Burlington

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Burlington Establishments

  • Elon University
    • Location: 50 Campus Drive, Elon, NC 27244
    • Phone Number: (336) 278.2000
    • Known for academic excellence, a 12:1 student-to-professor ratio, and one of the nation’s most affordable private universities.
  • The Children’s Museum of Alamance County
    • Location: 217 South Main Street Graham, NC 27253
    • Phone number: (336) 228-7997
    • Known for helping both children and adults learn about themselves, this museum is famous for fostering social, emotional, physical and intellectual growth through collaborative exhibits and programs.
  • The Paramount Theatre
    • Location: 128 E Front St, Burlington, NC 27215
    • Phone number: (336) 222-8497
    • Known for hosting a wide variety of events including musicals, concerts, gospel performances, plays, community and business meetings, travelogues, and classic movies
  • Alamance County Historical Museum
    • Location: 4777 south, 9295, NC-62, Burlington, NC 27215
    • Phone number: (336) 226-8254
    • Known for their annual garden parties, Native American artifacts, antique clothing and toys,  traditional pottery, and their museum lecture series where they discuss particular artifacts.
  • Alamance Regional Medical Center
    • Location: 1240 Huffman Mill Rd, Burlington, NC 27215
    • Phone number: (336) 538-7000
      Known as one of the region’s largest and most comprehensive health networks with three ambulatory care centers, three outpatient surgery centers, three urgent care centers, a retirement community, and more than 100 physician practice sites.
  • Graham Cinema
    • Location: 119 N Main St, Graham, NC 27253
    • Phone number: (336) 226-1488
    • Known as an authentic, old-style movie house with n emphasis on low-cost tickets and food, family friendliness, and an overall welcoming feel.
  • Textile Heritage Museum
    • Location: 2406 Glencoe St, Burlington, NC 27217
    • Phone number: (336) 260-0038
    • Known for vibrantly highlighting the textile history and mill villages of Alamance County, featuring machinery of the textile industry from cottage industry to the present, highlights of what village life was like over the past few centuries, mill product displays, and more.
  • Alamance Battleground State Historic Site
    • Location: 5803 N Carolina 62, Burlington, NC 27215
    • Phone number: (336) 227-4785
    • Known for excellently commemorating and reenacting The Battle of Alamance of 1771. If you’re into history, especially war history, this is a must-see.
  • Alamance Arts
    • Location: 213 S Main St, Graham, NC 27253
    • Phone number: (336) 226-4495
    • Known for shaping the cultural identity of Alamance County by making art a recognized presence for its citizens. Numerous educational and programming opportunities are held with the goal of educating the county to the best of their ability.
  • Burlington Athletic Stadium
    • Location: 1450 Graham Street Burlington, NC 27217
    • Phone number: (336) 222-0223
    • Take me out to the ball game! Come root for Burlington’s home team, the Burlington Royals, at each and every baseball game of the season.
  • Glencoe Mill Village
    • Location: 2320 River Rd, Burlington, NC 27217
    • Phone number: (919) 755-2250
    • Known for over 90,000 square feet of historical mill development located adjacent to the Haw River. There are several unique and creative happenings in the area, so if a historical mill is of interest to you, this is a must-see!
  • Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden
    • Location: 1105 Hobbs Rd, Greensboro, NC 27410
    • Phone Number: (336) 373-2199
    • If you love the outdoors, the Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden will blow you away. After you’ve had your healthy lunch and coffee at Tate Street Coffee House, stroll through the wonders of nature. These historic gardens feature green canopies and soft, scenic waterways.

Outdoor Activities in Burlington 

For those outdoors-oriented folks, there are several parks and landmarks to check out. A few include:

  • Great Bend Park
    • Location: 350 Greenwood Dr, Burlington, NC 27217
    • Phone Number: (336) 229-2410
    • Known for being a welcoming and family-friendly landmark, armed with numerous fishing areas as well as access to the Historic Glencoe Mill Village area.
  • GlenMarie Vineyards and Winery, Cedarock Park
    • Location: 350 Greenwood Dr, Burlington, NC 27217
    • Phone Number: (336) 229-2410
    • Known for being well-equipped with a disc golf course, private tours of nature trails, and a restored 19th-century farmstead with an eclectic variety of animals.
  • Burlington City Park Amusement Area
    • Location: 1388 S Main St, Burlington, NC 27215
    • Phone Number: (336) 222-5030
    • Known for being a welcoming and family-friendly community park with old-fashioned amusement park rides, a playground, and miniature trains and boats.
  • Shallow Ford Natural Area 
    • Location: 1955 Gerringer Mill Rd, Burlington, NC 27244
    • Phone Number: (336) 270-5124
    • Consisting of hiking trails, fire pits and grills to cook out on, paddleboarding, access to Haw River State Park and Mountains-to-Sea Trail, and camping and beautiful picnicking areas. 
  • Jiggs Askew Memorial Bark Park
    • Location: 1333 Overbrook Rd, Burlington, NC 27215
    • Phone Number: (336) 222-5030
    • Consisting of nearly two acres of fenced-in land, this well-landscaped area is equipped with benches and accessible water areas to ensure your dogs (as well as yourself) are hydrated in the hot North Carolina weather. Dogs are typically off-leash, so visitors are legally and financially responsible for their dog’s behavior. Violation of park rules may very well result in permanent loss of park privileges.

Restaurants and Nightlife in Burlington

  • Pregos 
    • Location: 2740 S Church St, Burlington, NC 27215
    • Phone Number: (336) 586-0292
    • Have you ever had a craving for authentic Italian food? If your answer was ‘yes’, you’re in luck! Pregos is a family-owned, well-established restaurant know for excellent food, outstanding pricing, friendly and prompt customer service, and an eclectic variety of authentic Italian wine.
  • Jazz at Tate Street Coffee House
    • Location: 110 W Lebanon Ave, Elon, NC 27244
    • Phone Number: (336) 792-1081
    • Known for their fresh and replenishing salads, hearty and well-equipped burgers, and attentive customer service, The Root Trackside is a favorite amongst several Burlington natives. If you’re near the Elon area in Alamance County, be sure to check this spot out!
  • Habor In Seafood Restaurant
    • Location: 2408 S Church St, Burlington, NC 27215-5202
    • Phone Number: (336) 228-1995 
    • Widely-know for having some of the best oysters, fried flounder, and sea scallops in North Carolina, Harbor Inn Seafood Restaurant is said to have a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere, helpful and diligent service, and, if you’re not a huge seafood fan, awesome and filling salads.
  • Red Bowl
    • Location: 3140 Walden Ln, Burlington, NC 27215
    • Phone Number: (336) 586-1988
    • If a contemporary Asian restaurant is what you’re looking for, Red Bowl is your place. With a full-service cocktail lounge equipped with Asian-inspired drinks, each dish is handcrafted with a distinct level of care and freshness that is appreciated by its customers.

Kid-Friendly Outings and Parks in Burlington

  • Burlington City Park
    • Location: 1388 S Main St, Burlington, NC 27215
    • Phone Number: (336) 222-5030
    • Burlington’s flagship park is the perfect place to spend your weekend. Aside from the traditional slides and swings, the Burlington City Park has a fully-restored carousel, a train ride, airplane ride, and even a boat ride! They also host many of Burlington’s most beloved events, from a summer concert series to the city’s annual Egg Hunt.
  • Joe C. Davidson Park
    • Location: 3715 Rural Retreat Rd, Burlington, NC 27215
    • Phone Number: (336) 222-5030
    • For the athletes of the family, Joe C. Davidson Park is a must-see. Equipped with soccer fields, baseball fields, tennis courts, slides, swing sets, and picnic shelters, dozens of families have been enjoying the North Carolina weather here for years. If you’re feeling the itch to get your sport on, check out Joe C. Davidson Park.

Corporate Accommodations would love to help you find the short-term lease and accommodations that make your temporary stay in Burlington comfortable and affordable. Contact Corporate Accommodations today to determine how Alamance Reserve, Wayfare at Garden Crossing, or Windsor Upon Stonecrest could be an awesome fit for you!