Video Tour of Times Square Location

You have heard us talk about our beautiful spaces, but we also wanted to create an opportunity for you to look inside. We are happy to share with you a new video where you will meet our Director of Business Development, Michael Rutledge, and see inside Jay Suites Times Square. State-of-the-art, modern, and beautiful, our …

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Join Us This Summer for Yoga on the Terrace!

Yoga & Meditation at Jay Suites 34th Street Every Wednesday at 5:30pm: Come unwind from the daily grind with some relaxing meditation and complimentary yoga sessions starting this summer on our 7th floor rooftop terrace located at 31 W. 34th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenue. These complimentary sessions will continue every Wednesday throughout June …

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How Twitter Can Help your Small Business

According to recent poll findings, Twitter is mostly used at work and at home, “the optimal times to tweet are 12–3 p.m., with a peak best time at 5 p.m.”* Tweet from any of Jay Suites’ exclusive mobile hotspots on your downtime or see what’s trending while having lunch on our 34th Street rooftop terrace with a gorgeous view of the New York City skyline.

Outdoor Terrace Event Space now Open at 34th Street

Now that spring has turned the corner, it’s time to make a reservation for the outdoor terrace at our 34th Street location, a unique and beautiful space to host your next event. The location and design enable a versatility of events that can be hosted here, such as company networking events, training’s, corporate events, promotional events. The terrace is now open daily, unless reserved for a private event.

Planning Ahead for 2016

The New Year is a time of reflection and reevaluation of your annual production, Jay Suites creates a workspace that promotes productivity and includes common spaces that guarantee collaboration among team members. According to a study featured in U.S. News & World Report, “neither salary nor experience has a direct correlation to productivity. Instead, the experiment concluded that it’s the workspace and how people feel about it that truly influence how much gets done.”*

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