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Local Highlights

Discovering hidden gems is one of the best parts of moving to a new place. That’s why we regularly feature the best local highlights for our members here on the Common blog.

Searching for a new eatery or laptop-friendly cafe? Want to learn about talented new artists in the local scene? Out to explore the greatest vintage shops, public parks, and music venues your city has to offer? We’ve got you covered. Common coliving homes are placed in the country’s most vibrant and exciting neighborhoods, so there’s never a shortage of things to do. It’s just about finding them - and that’s what we’re here for! Check back often for the latest tips on things to do in your neighborhood.

Local Highlights

Jamilla Okubo – Local Artist in Action

Read our interview with Jamilla Okubo, our latest Local Artist in Action at Common Clifton in Washington D.C.

Local Highlights

Where to find wine and community in Point Richmond — Riggers Loft

We spoke to Winemaker Barbara Brown about the history of Riggers Loft and what Common Cottage residents can expect to find in Point Richmond.

Local Highlights

The best (secret) Washington DC museums tourists don’t know about

DC has unbeatable access to over 200 museums filled with art and national history. Here’s some lesser known ones worth checking out.

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Get to know Rachel Schultz, Local Artist in Action

Get to know our latest Local Artist in Action, Rachel Schultz. A limited edition print from her Gestures series is featured at Common Dean.

Local Highlights

Spend a day in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn on 3 different budgets

Prospect Heights offers opportunities for everyone — book-lovers, foodies, you name it — to enjoy an amazing day, no matter their budget.

Local Highlights

#FindMyHome: How people around the world build community

At Common, we’re obsessed with helping people find their ideal homes in the world’s most bustling cities. We’re constantly asking ourselves: how can we help our members build communities in their homes and cities?