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Zeus Living Launches Homes Away from Home in NYC

Extended stay company offers business travelers affordable hospitality solutions in pricey districts

Zeus Living is launching extended stay living options in New York City, adding to its portfolio of housing options in the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, Seattle, and Washington DC. The company targets business professionals who need the freedom to live where opportunity takes them without sacrificing some of the comforts of home. Zeus homes are available for extended stays of 30 days or longer, and are specifically designed to improve the process of traveling for business.

“Mobility has become synonymous with the modern workforce, yet housing options designed for work travel are impersonal, unresponsive and unnecessarily expensive. Zeus has spent the past four years creating a living experience that professionals want, with the depth of supply to support the housing needs of employers in top talent markets,” said Zeus CEO and co-founder, Kulveer Taggar.

Launching with a wide variety of homes in Manhattan, Hoboken, and Jersey City, Zeus residents can choose the way and the where of  how they experience New York — whether in the heart of Midtown in a Zeus-managed suite with panoramic views of the city at the W Hotel, or in brownstone on a peaceful and quiet tree-lined street in Hoboken.

Units are outfitted with the amenities professionals need to sleep soundly, wake up recharged and live comfortably. Guests find high-speed WiFi, in-unit laundry, handpicked furnishings from Helix Sleep, Parachute Home and Article, and home essentials from Made In Cookware, Material Kitchen and Public Goods. The company has operations teams on the ground in each of the company’s five markets, and Zeus residents also have access to 24/7 support for property maintenance or special requests, such as a procuring sound machine or space heater.

Zeus helps companies manage the complexities of large-scale bookings while providing superior accommodations to employees for an average of 40 percent less than traditional hotels.