Coliving and private apartments in Washington, DC





What Is Coliving?

Coliving is communal living done right. In DC, coliving allows you to live in the most coveted neighborhoods, with social events and top-notch amenities included—all for a fraction of the average price.

Coliving Homes Available In Washington, DC

If you want the best shared living DC offers, you need Common. With more than ten spacious, up-to-date locations across Washington, DC, there’s a shared living space with your name on it.

Frequently asked questions

What is Washington, DC, known for?

As the capital of the United States for more than 200 years, DC is chock full of historic landmarks and must-see sights. The White House, the Lincoln Memorial, the Capitol Building, the Washington Monument, and Union Station are just some of the iconic structures that call DC home. Aside from buildings, Washington, DC, is known for its rich heritage and diverse population; with embassies representing nearly every country on Earth, the cultural and culinary delights are second to none.

What is the public transportation like in Washington, DC?

For a major city, DC is relatively compact, so chances are when you’re staying in one of the coliving units, you’ll make many of your trips on foot or by bicycle. When you need to head across town, you can take the Metrobus or the DC Circulator, a six-route bus service that hits all the points of interest. The light rail system (known as the Metro) connects much of DC, as well as the nearby areas of Maryland and Virginia. In other words, when you’re coliving in Washington, DC, you won’t need a vehicle.

What are some fun things to do in Washington, DC?

Whether you’re a sports fan or not, you’ll likely enjoy cheering for the home team at a major league basketball, football, baseball, or hockey game. Looking for more of an informative experience while staying in a coliving space in the city? Even if you’ve lived in DC all your life, the Smithsonian Institution is worth at least a few trips (one visit isn’t enough to see everything). And while you may think of DC as an all-urban city, you’ll still find opportunities to head outdoors and golf, cycle the bike paths, or steer paddle boats along the river while staying in a coliving space in the city.

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Learn More About Coliving In Washington, DC

Because there’s so much to see and do, coliving in Washington DC just makes sense. Why spend your paycheck on too-high rent when you can spend it at a Nats game or a nationally renowned restaurant? Check out our blog for everything you need to know about everywhere you need to go.