Rooms for Rent in Crown Heights





Choose your bedroom in our beautiful shared units

Crown Heights is an eclectic and happening enclave in Brooklyn, with easy access to Manhattan via the A/C and 2/3/4/5. Home to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and a never-ending supply of fantastic coffee, regional cuisines, and trendy shops, our Common community in Crown Heights is ready for you.

Discover your dream home in Crown Heights

Every year, thousands of people dream of moving to New York City. Common helps turn that dream into reality with a stress-free process. Great for students and young professionals, our Crown Heights rooms for rent are centrally located in the heart of Brooklyn, perfect for commuting downtown and exploring one of the most up-and-coming boroughs.

What is coliving in Crown Heights?

Our Crown Heights suites feature fully furnished private bedrooms with shared, renovated common areas. Utilities, high-speed WiFi, household supplies, and a regular cleaning service are all included in your rent. Create a community with like-minded people, and enjoy Crown Heights to the fullest.

Coliving homes available in Crown Heights

Explore our Crown Heights private bedrooms at three newly renovated properties. Beyond WiFi and on-site laundry, you’ll enjoy special perks at each location, like a furnished backyard and rooftop at Common Sterling, a spacious lounge at Common Kingston, and comfy communal spaces at Common Brower. Host suitemate potlucks, invite friends over for sunset drinks, or find local hidden gems right around the corner.

Frequently asked questions

What is Crown Heights known for?

Crown Heights is a historic neighborhood in central Brooklyn bordering Prospect Heights and Bed-Stuy. While it has seen many contemporary changes, the residential area retains a picturesque charm from its long-standing brownstones, row houses, and Victorian mansions. The neighborhood’s historical roots are reflected in the Weeksville Heritage Center, which preserves 19-century homes from one of the country’s first free black communities. Today, the noteworthy architecture coexists alongside trendy bars, mom-and-pop cafes, small shops, and more.

What is the public transportation in Crown Heights?

Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the New York City metro is the largest public transportation network in the country. Crown Heights is connected to the 2, 3, 4, and 5 lines, as well as the A/C. Easily pop into Manhattan or head to other parts of Brooklyn in no time. The city’s clear grid system is both walkable and bike-friendly. Navigate on foot or rent a Citi Bike from a nearby bike-sharing station.

What are some fun things to do in Crown Heights?

Crown Heights is a diverse neighborhood bustling with restaurants, cultural activities, performances, and more. The area’s Jewish and Caribbean roots can be felt at delicious eateries like Izzy’s Smokehouse and Sugarcane. Ras Plant Based offers vegan Ethiopian fare, while Washington Ave is home to a variety of cocktail bars. Spend an afternoon at the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens or the Brooklyn Museum, an impressive collection of ancient and modern artwork. And mark your calendar for the annual West Indian American carnival, held on Eastern Parkway. Crown Heights boasts several green spaces to recharge from the urban grind. Unwind with a good book at St. John’s Park or Lincoln Terrace Park, and spend a sunny Saturday at Prospect Park, full of walking trails, picnic spots, and small lakes. On the park’s eastern edge, the beautiful Botanic Garden abuts Washington Ave.

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Learn more about coliving In Crown Heights

Avoid the apartment-hunting hassle with our move-in ready Crown Heights furnished rooms, designed for convenience and community. Read more about Crown Heights coliving on our blog.