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One Bedroom Apartments at 65 Prospect

Posted On: Tuesday, November 12th, 2019

Redefine your standard of living at 65 Prospect Street. Located in Downtown Stamford, the eight-story building at 65 Prospect Street offers one of the top spots to live in the city, especially when it comes to one-bedroom living. With a large assortment of one-bedroom designs, the community offers many unexpected benefits to residents depending on their unique preferences.

The spacious one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartments at 65 Prospect Street are offered in seven different floorplan options that feature wall-to-wall carpeting, fully-equipped ceramic tiled kitchens, ample closet space and a convenient, in-home washer/dryer unit. (more…)

Last-Minute DIY Halloween Costumes

Posted On: Monday, October 28th, 2019

Did Halloween sneak up on you this year? If so, there’s no need to be spooked! Finding a last-minute Halloween costume doesn’t have to involve buying an overpriced costume at the pop-up Halloween store or showing up to the Halloween party costume-less. We’ve created a list of eight last-minute DIY Halloween costumes that are quick, inexpensive and festively fun.

Tacky Tourist - Transform yourself into a vacationer’s worst nightmare. Grab a colorful Hawaiian shirt, slip on some socks and sandals and add some tacky accessories like big sunglasses, a fanny pack or a bucket hat. Don’t forget the white paint to create the iconic, heavily-applied sunscreen nose.

Party Animal - Unleash your inner party animal by turning into one. Throw on some animal ears and coordinate your outfit color to match. Use makeup or paint to draw on a nose and whiskers and you’re ready to go wild (more…)

Healthy Habits for Cold and Flu Season

Posted On: Friday, October 25th, 2019

If you haven’t already noticed everyone coughing, sneezing and feeling miserable yet, you will soon because cold and flu season is here. While the arrival of cooler weather in the fall and winter months increase your chances of catching a cold or coming down with the flu, it doesn’t guarantee it. Incorporating some healthy habits ahead of time can help protect you from those cold and flu germs so you enjoy the upcoming seasons illness free!

Get a Flu Shot

The best way to prevent yourself from coming down with the flu is to get the flu vaccine. While flu viruses are detected year-round, activity tends to increase in the fall and winter months. It is recommended that everyone over the age of six months get a yearly flu shot to lower the risk of contracting the flu virus. Many clinics even offer discounted or free flu shots throughout the season to make sure everyone has the opportunity to stay protected and healthy. (more…)

How to be a Good Apartment Neighbor

Posted On: Monday, October 14th, 2019

Everyone who has ever lived in an apartment can agree that much of the stress that comes from apartment living stems from issues with neighbors. Shared walls aren’t the most effective in drowning out noisy neighbors and addressing problems can be awkward and uncomfortable when you don’t know who your neighbors are. Luckily, these issues are easily preventable. The key to having a good experience with your apartment neighbors is to be a good apartment neighbor yourself. Follow these easy tips to create a neighborly community among your apartment neighbors.

Introduce Yourself

If you haven’t already, take the time to introduce yourself to your apartment neighbors and open up the line of communication. Not only does this show your neighbor that you are a nice and inviting person, but it also allows you to create an ally that you can go to if a problem ever arises. (more…)

One Bedroom Living at Hoyt Bedford

Posted On: Friday, October 11th, 2019

Still searching for that perfect one-bedroom apartment to call home? Hoyt Bedford has you covered. Located in Downtown Stamford, Hoyt Bedford has it all with its charming park-like setting, incredible amenities and vibrant location. However, what makes Hoyt Bedford a perfect place for single living is its abundance of unique one-bedroom configurations. With over 24 one bedroom floor plans, finding that perfect one to call home may just be closer and easier than you think.

At Hoyt Bedford, residents have the option of both terrace and traditional one-bedroom apartment floor plans. Terrace one-bedroom apartments range from 545 to 1,135 square feet and feature wall-to-wall carpeting and ceramic tiled kitchens and bathrooms. Select apartments also include a washer and dryer and open out to an outdoor terrace. (more…)

October Events in Stamford

Posted On: Tuesday, October 8th, 2019

October is an exciting month in Stamford with fall festivities and spooky Halloween events on every corner. If you’re looking to add some fun to your weekend plans, it’s time to mark your calendars! We’ve created a list of some of the best October events that you do not want to miss out on.

  • Stamford Hard Cider and Doughnut Fest – Bar hop meets doughnut celebration! On Saturday, October 12 from 3 to 9 p.m., kick of the fall season with seven bars and restaurants featuring premium hard cider and 2,000 custom doughnuts. Ages 21 and up only. (more…)

Tips on Cooking for One

Posted On: Monday, September 30th, 2019

When living along, navigating weekly meals can be a hassle. Many recipes feed six people or more, and leftovers can only be eaten for so many days before becoming boring and repetitive. Lucky for you, cooking for one just got a whole lot easier. Follow these handy tips and you’ll become the master chef of your own kitchen.

Tip #1: Figure Out Your Cooking Style

Before you get cooking, it’s important to figure out what kind of cook you are. Are you someone who enjoys spending time in the kitchen, or are you someone who wants to spend as little time in the kitchen as possible? The type of chef you are will determine what you buy, how you shop and how you prepare meals for yourself. Remember, you’re cooking for you so make sure you are cooking how you prefer. (more…)

Fall Décor for Your CTBest Apartment

Posted On: Thursday, September 26th, 2019

Fall is in the air, which means it’s the season of pumpkins patches, falling leaves and cooler weather. Fall may be the season of change, but change doesn’t have to be limited to the outdoors. This year, celebrate the season of change by bringing fall into your CTBest apartment with festive fall décor. We’ve come up with a few easy tips to get you started.

Outdoor Elements

One of the easiest and cheapest ways to make your apartment feel like fall is to bring natural elements inside. Visit your local pumpkin patch and pick up some pumpkins and gourds in a variety of sizes or gather some pinecones, acorns and brightly colored leaves. Place these natural pieces around your apartment or come up with some fun DIY décor ideas such as a fall shadow box or pinecone garland. (more…)

Fun Fall Activities in Fairfield County

Posted On: Monday, September 23rd, 2019

Fall is officially here, and we can all agree that nothing compares to the beauty of New England falls! With the longest foliage season in New England, Connecticut is an ideal destination for fun fall activities. If you’re looking to add some fun festivities to your fall bucket list, check out these exciting activities happening nearby in Fairfield County.

Apple Picking

Whether you’re making apple pie, apple cider or just eating an apple for a healthy snack, no apple tastes better than one you pick yourself right from the source. For those looking to score some fresh apples this fall, head on over to Silverman’s Farm in Easton. Throughout September and into early October, visitors can take a tractor ride to the farm’s orchard to pick their own delicious apples. In addition to apple picking, Silverman’s also has a petting farm, country market, pumpkin patch, hayrides and more.

Football Tailgating Tips

Posted On: Friday, September 13th, 2019

Football season is underway, which means that tailgating season is too! This unique tradition of fans coming together to eat, drink and mingle before the big game has become just as much of an event as the game itself. If you’re looking to host a tailgate party this football season, here are a few tips to ensure that it is touchdown-worthy.

Tip #1: Have a location.

The first step to a football tailgate is to have a location. Whether you plan on tailgating on a patch of grass, a parking lot or from the comfort of your own apartment, make sure your location accommodates the needs of you and your tailgating guests. (more…)