Rooms for Rent in Clinton Hill





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Packed with a myriad of restaurants, beautiful brownstones, and leafy Brooklyn streets, Clinton Hill characterizes all the best parts of living in the city. Its streets are full-of-life, and the neighborhood, being home to Pratt Institute and Fort Greene Park, has a friendly community.

Discover your dream home in Clinton Hill

Enjoy upscale urban living at the convergence of historic and modern styles in our chic Clinton Hill apartments. Common’s seamless rental process makes move-in easy, between the fully furnished rooms, utilities included, and more, so you can spend more time settling in and exploring your new neighborhood.

What is coliving in Clinton Hill?

Clinton Hill offers a low-key residential feel in northern Brooklyn, just a stone’s throw from more bustling streets and a quick subway ride into Manhattan. Common’s Clinton Hill rentals include private bedrooms within all-inclusive suites, featuring renovated kitchens and beautiful common spaces, as well as charming details like exposed brick andor hardwood flooring. From outings around the neighborhood to exclusive Common events, you’ll quickly settle into your new home.

Coliving homes available in Clinton Hill

Explore our Clinton Hill rooms for rent in Common Grand, a repurposed family mansion, and Common Classon, featuring a private gym with Peloton bikes. The cozy shared spaces are great for working from home or hosting roommate movie nights. Plus, perks like on-site laundry, high-speed WiFi, and a regular cleaning service make city life that much easier.

Frequently asked questions

What is Clinton Hill known for?

Located just south of Williamsburg and north of Prospect Heights, this upper-Brooklyn neighborhood is colloquially dubbed “The Hill” for having the borough’s highest elevation. Clinton Hill’s tree-lined streets are home to historic brownstones, row houses, and grandiose mansions with plenty of New York City charm. The area is also home to various educational institutions, like the Pratt Institute, St. Joseph’s University, and the nearby Brooklyn Academy of Music. Today, Clinton Hill’s historic roots are complemented by new hip locales and contemporary public art.

What is the public transportation in Clinton Hill?

New York City’s extensive subway network runs 24/7 in Brooklyn and beyond. Catch the A or C, trains to downtown Manhattan, or hop on the G for service to North Brooklyn and Queens. Common Grand and Common Classon are both conveniently located within walking distance of several subway stops. Many Brooklynites also get around the city on two wheels, with several Citi Bike stations around the neighborhood.

What are some fun things to do in Clinton Hill?

Amidst its residential streets, Clinton Hill is full of local businesses, diverse cuisine, and trendy shops. Brooklyn dwellers will describe how easy it is to have everything you need right outside your door, whether or not you ever dip into Manhattan. Browse local boutiques and try specialty coffee shops, or grab a bite to eat at a range of casual and upscale restaurants. Homemade pasta, fresh sushi, Mediterranean plates—there’s something for everyone. Meet coworkers for happy hour at a brewery or cocktail lounge, like Mekelburg’s or Brooklyn Public House. On sunny afternoons, enjoy one of Clinton Hill’s public green spaces like Underwood Park or nearby Fort Greene Park. Then catch an original show at The Space at Irondale, a large performing arts theater focusing on community engagement, education, and art.

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Learn more about coliving in Clinton Hill

Take advantage of a laid-back neighborhood within an upbeat borough from the comfort of our Clinton Hill private bedrooms and shared suites. Check out our blog to find more information about Clinton Hill coliving.