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Tyler, Texas

SuiteNet provides, through its members, extended stay and temporary corporate housing in furnished short-term apartments and corporate suites in Tyler, Texas. The following is a list of extended stay and temporary corporate housing providers in Tyler:

Tyler, Texas City Info

Smith County was one of the many counties created by the first Texas Legislature in April of 1846. At that time, an area centrally located in the county and on a hilltop was selected as the county seat. The county seat was named Tyler for President John Tyler, in recognition of his support for admitting Texas to the United States.

A town site was built with five streets running north and south and four streets running east and west and a small courthouse was built on the north side of the public square. An election was held August 8, 1846 to select the first county judge, county clerk, district clerk, sheriff, assessor and collector, treasurer and three-member county commission. In 1850, the city government was incorporated and a mayor and four aldermen were named.

Tyler experienced a huge economic boom in the 1930s, when the East Texas oilfield was discovered. Numerous oil companies and field developers established offices in Tyler, and the city emerged as an important regional center for the oil and gas industry. Tylers population mushroomed to 28,279 by 1940.  During World War II Tylers economy received a further boost with the establishment of Camp Fannin just northeast of town. The camp trained thousands of soldiers in infantry skills.

By 1966, even though the petroleum industry still represented the largest actual monetary expenditure, the metal and fabricating industries involved more workers. The city also had extensive railroad and machine shops; manufacturers of woodwork, furniture, clothing, and fertilizer; cottonseed oil mills; and various types of food-processing plants.

Tyler continued to grow and prosper throughout the second half of the 20th Century. Today, Tyler has a population of more than 87,000 and covers 52.7 square miles. The city is considered the manufacturing, health care, educational and retail center of East Texas.  Tyler is a prosperous and growing city, offering big city amenities, while still maintaining its pleasant and friendly small-town charm. It is a community in which most everyone would be proud to call home.

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