AVE Residents Now Have Unlimited Access to the New York Times Website


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At AVE, we specialize in flexible-stay, furnished suites for business travelers, individuals in transition, or anyone needing temporary accommodations for 30 days or longer.

We know that being away from home for extended periods can be stressful, that is why we designed our lifestyle – from our unparalleled business and resort-style amenities to our high-touch resident services – to ease the burdens of extended-stay.

The AVE team is excited to announce its latest complementary amenity – unlimited access to the New York Times website in our public spaces. “From reading research and surveys on business travelers’ digital habits, we know that they prefer to get their news online, so we want to cater to this need,” says Lea Anne Welsh, president of AVE.

Residents will now be able to read all of the content on America’s most popular news site while in AVE cafes, business centers, lobbies, conference rooms and fitness centers. (Typically, the New York Times charges its site visitors to access more than 10 articles in a month.)

If you have any questions about this new amenity, please contact your Resident Services team.

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