Last week we announced the opening of 2 new homes in Seattle, Common Terry and Common Summit.
The gorgeous homes, in First Hill and Capitol Hill respectively, boast gorgeous private studios complete with private bathrooms, kitchens or kitchenettes, WiFi included, and so much more.
Here are a few highlights covering the new homes, sourced from around the web.
Press for Common in Seattle
Curbed: Rent, which starts at around $1,200 in the Seattle facilities, comes with Wi-Fi and basic necessities like paper towels, toilet paper, coffee, trash bags, soap, and other finite resources that roomies would typically argue over. Common areas are cleaned weekly.
Geekwire: Common is now running a 112-room building in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood called Common Terry and a 49-room building in Capitol Hill called Common Summit. Common members get a private room with its own bathroom and kitchenette, attached to shared, furnished living spaces and kitchens. Rent for bedrooms in both buildings average about $1,600 per month.
Seattle Refined: What sets Common apart is that you have these private and trendy apartments, but with the co-living spaces such as the kitchens and the living rooms, it allows tenants to meet their neighbors and hang out cook, or ~play~ in the community spaces.
Learn more about our beautiful studios in Seattle.