Local businesses are an essential part of a neighborhood community. At Common, we highlight the incredible restaurants, cafes, and shops around our coliving homes.
We hope that Common members patronize these businesses because they provide opportunities to make connections, explore the city, and try something new.
Mentioning small businesses in our blog has to do with supporting the local community and strengthening the local economy. These businesses aren’t just “moms and pops” — they’re all about family—brothers and sisters, uncles and aunts, cousins, neighbors, friends—all the people who make your community a wonderful place to live.
Moving to a new home in a new city can be a scary, stressful process. Our goal is to provide help to experience that is easy and holds the excitement of things to come
In the Know
If you’re moving to Los Angeles, check out these three tips for making the most of it, including how to beat traffic – hint: you can’t.
Get to know Marleigh Culver, a Brooklyn based artist whose work is featured in Common Marcy.
With her eye for unique objects that are beautiful and thoughtful, Grace Kang filled Pink Olive with curated gifts for every kind of New Yorker.
In the Know
How do you unwind in the congested mess that is L.A? Cle Cosmetics founder and California native Lauren Jin, shares her slices of paradise.
Chicago based photographer, Matt B. Weitz, shares his favorite spots to photograph around the city of Chicago.
We spoke with Nitehawk’s Cinema Team to get the inside scoop on upcoming movies to get you in the summer mood.