Discover all-inclusive coliving suites and city living made easy in Crown Heights.
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$1,402 - $1,850
Crown Heights is an eclectic and happening enclave in Brooklyn, with easy access to Manhattan via the A/C and 2/3/4/5. Home to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and a never-ending supply of fantastic coffee, regional cuisines, and trendy shops, you’ll never run out of things to discover and explore in your new neighborhood.
About Common Kingston
32% of American adults live with roommates, but most housing isn’t designed to be shared — think small cabinet space, tiny living areas, and bedrooms split in 2. That’s where Common Kingston comes in. Beyond your private bedroom and fully-furnished shared apartment, you’ll have access to a lounge, ideal for movie night or hosting new friends, and an oversized community kitchen designed for Friendsgiving, wine and cheese nights, or whenever you need the extra space.
5 minute walk to the C line at Kingston Throop
Experience Common Kingston
Common Kingston is a short walk from some of the city’s most connected subway lines. Get to Manhattan in under 20 minutes from the A/C at Nostrand Ave, or the 2/3/5 at Franklin Av-Medgar Evers College. Common Kingston is a short walk from some of the city’s most connected subway lines. Get to Manhattan in under 20 minutes from the A/C at Nostrand Ave, or the 2/3/5 at Franklin Av-Medgar Evers College.
Common Kingston is located in the heart of Crown Heights, only a walk away from bars, restaurants, and a vibrant spirit that people from all over the city come to experience. Right outside your door you’ll find The Fly, a casual-cool restaurant specializing in chicken and natural wine, Doris, a well-loved neighborhood bar, Friends and Lovers, where you’ll find everything from comedy shows to dance parties, and everyday conveniences like Blink Fitness and Walgreens. You’re also a stroll away from beautiful Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Museum, and the Botanic Gardens.