He had finally arrived in the City. He was currently dressed as a female and needed a place to stay, but, judging by the ogling he was getting from the local pond life, he didn’t think that would be a problem.
It was a good job he had a sense of humor and a well-paying boss.
Please notice the comma after but as well as the comma before it. The second comma is used because the conjunction is followed immediately by a parenthetical phrase requiring its own commas to set it apart from the rest of the sentence.
Please also notice the hyphen in well-paying. The rule here is that a combination of adjective and participle (that’s the -ing word) functioning together as a single adjective before a noun gets hyphenated.
This sample feels as if it belongs to the sort of story where City is capitalized because that’s what everyone in the story calls it, as if that’s its proper name: just the City. Normally, however, city should be lowercase.