Common is thrilled to announce the opening of our newest Manhattan home, Common at The Reserve located in East Harlem on 125th street at Third Avenue.
Common at The Reserve will offer a range of modern, thoughtfully designed suites that prioritize design, comfort, and connectivity. With inviting and versatile community areas for members to socialize, collaborate, and unwind, this home fosters a sense of community and offers an enhanced quality of life for all of its members.
We encourage an active lifestyle
Common at The Reserve comes with a state-of-the-art fitness center, golf simulator, and wellness room (with massage chairs!) allowing members to seamlessly incorporate fitness into their daily routines without leaving the comfort of their home.
For those who are more into group fitness classes, there is a large variety of local businesses within walking distance that can be explored: Harlem Cycle, Harlem Yoga Studio, Harlem Kettlebell Club, Women’s World of Boxing, The Cliffs at Harlem, and Harlem Pilates.
To simply increase your daily step count, Common at The Reserve is conveniently near multiple public parks. Check out the Carver Community Garden, Harlem River Park, and Omar Edwards Park.
We provide enhanced convenience for better working conditions
Since remote work has become prominent in recent years, Common at The Reserve prioritized creating a spacious and welcoming coworking area for members to have the flexibility of working from home with a dedicated workspace. These spaces offer members an area to work or hold meetings, eliminating the need for commuting or renting separate office space. Our coworking space will include coffee, a kitchenette, and printing access for member convenience, and will truly be a one-stop-shop for a full day’s work.
Additionally, members can utilize the soundproof studio room for any number of recording purposes. For members looking for a new hobby, our Podcast studio provides the perfect venue to explore your creative side.
For those who travel to work, this home is only 1 block from the 4/5/6 trains at 125th street express stop. The MTA is also planning a brand new, state of the art subway entrance for Second Avenue subway extension (Q line) only steps away from the front door!
We promote inclusivity and community
A true New Yorker always looks forward to Summer Fridays, and Common at The Reserve is the perfect place to unwind!
The Reserve placed an emphasis on social engagement with spaces designed specifically so members are able to interact and socialize. Both towers within the building include indoor + outdoor community lounges, access to open courtyards, and roof terraces with sweeping views of the New York skyline. The city can be a challenging place to build new friendships and find a sense of community; fear not! Common’s team will organize member events throughout the year in these spaces to encourage members to meet their neighbors and connect with each other.
Whether ordering in seamless or venturing out on the town, East Harlem is known for its rich culinary scene where you’ll find a plethora of options to indulge in delicious dishes. A few options to satisfy your taste can be found at Nocciola Ristorante, El Kallejon, La Avenida, Taco Mix, or Island Juice.
The vibrant nightlife of this neighborhood has options from laid-back neighborhood bars to trendy lounges such as Santiago’s Beer Garden, Musette Wine Bar, The Good Good Bistro & Bar, or Tulcingo Reyes Bar.
Make Common at The Reserve your home
Common at The Reserve prioritizes safety measures such as secure electronic entry systems, surveillance cameras, and an attended lobby. Additional bonus features include a parking garage, bike room, package lockers, and designated laundry rooms (in addition to your in-unit laundry).
Between living in one of the most exciting and vibrant neighborhoods of New York and having a large amount of curated, luxurious amenity spaces, Common at The Reserve is the perfect place to call home.
Private rooms in shared coliving suites start at $1,855 and private apartments start at $3,675. While this home will officially start accepting move-ins for July, tours will be available starting mid June 2023.
Interested in learning more? Head to our website to explore this home and learn why this home in Harlem is right for you.