While health officials are still learning about the spread and severity of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the virus can spread from person to person. At The Webster Apartments we want to keep the potential for spreading the COVID-19 virus to a minimum. Therefore, at this time we have implemented screening procedures for applicants and guests, both prior to and at the time of arrival. If your country of origin is on the US Center for Disease Control’s list of affected geographic areas or if you have recently travelled through one of those areas, and are presenting with symptoms, or have been exposed to anyone presenting with symptoms, your application may be denied and/or you may be denied housing at The Webster Apartments. In such event, any prepaid fees will be refunded.

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Creative Things to Do While Undergoing Coronavirus Quarantine

March 26, 2020
Webster Blogger

Stuck at home until you get the “all clear”? Don’t worry. As annoying as it may sound, lounging around at home does have its positive aspects – you can finally indulge in all those things you never have time for!…

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Short-Term Housing in NYC: How to Choose Where to Stay

February 12, 2020
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Relocating to New York City? Congrats! You’ve made the big decision to move to New York City, but now you’ve reached a hurdle: Finding an apartment you love that’s a short-term rental. The problem is, short-term rentals tend to be…

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Five Ways to Spend a Rainy Day in New York

November 12, 2019
Webster Blogger

Sooner or later, we have to face facts: Fall is here and winter is coming. And we’re not talking about the cozy autumn days you see in the movies with the picturesque pumpkin patches with the sun shining down –…

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Make The Most of NYC This Summer

How To Make The Most of NYC This Summer

June 26, 2019
Webster Blogger

New York City is a magical place all year round – but there’s something extra special about the city during the summertime. Both native New Yorkers and those new to the city all know there’s a special energy once the…

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Everything You Need To Know About Hudson Yards

March 16, 2018
Webster Blogger

Our neighborhood is undergoing quite a makeover. Sitting on Manhattan’s west side between 30th and 34th streets, Hudson Yards is the largest development in New York City since Rockefeller Center. When the project is complete, the former rail yards will include…

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Tips For Staying Sane When Work Is Stressing You Out

February 16, 2018
Webster Blogger

Workplace stress is a common problem. Any job can have stressful elements – even if you love what you do. When you think about the question, “What is stress?” many people think of things like deadlines, traffic, over-commitment, having to…

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10 Ways to Make The Most of Your Internship

January 15, 2018
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Internships are a critical first step on almost everyone’s career path. Although many people picture internships as an endless amount of coffee runs and menial tasks, many successful interns are actually able to leverage their internships into paying jobs both…

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17 Things to Know Before Moving to NYC

December 15, 2017
Webster Blogger

People move to New York City for all kinds of reasons. Some come here to pursue their dream job, live out some kind of small town fantasy, or even find love. Everyone has their own reason. Moving to NYC isn’t…

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Here’s What To Do (And What Not To Do) In NYC During The Holiday Season

November 15, 2017
Webster Blogger

New York City is an idyllic place during the holiday season. Shopping, sightseeing and snowfall are all pieces that help make New York a magical place to be during this time. Because of its allure, NYC is a common setting for…

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