Coliving in New York City

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Private fully furnished rooms now available in Brooklyn and Queens.

New York is a city best served with a comfortable and inspiring place to lay your head at night. Our private bedrooms, shared spaces, and embedded communities give a true sense of home in the center of one of the world’s greatest metropolises.

Your home is conveniently located near most NYC transit lines.

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Starting at

$1,340

Available

Now

Duration

3 Mo+

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Members at Common Cornelia in Ridgewood, enjoy their very own private rooftop with gorgeous views and colorful decor.
A beautiful studio apartment at Common Baltic in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn.
Common Coliving Brooklyn fully furnished rentals
The shared dining and kitchen area at Common Albany in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.
Members at Common Cornelia in Ridgewood, enjoy their very own private rooftop with gorgeous views and colorful decor.
A beautiful studio apartment at Common Baltic in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn.
Common Coliving Brooklyn fully furnished rentals
The shared dining and kitchen area at Common Albany in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.

Common Sterling in Crown Heights

Common Lincoln in Prospect-Lefferts Garden

Common Fairview in Ridgewood

Members at Common Cornelia in Ridgewood, enjoy their very own private rooftop with gorgeous views and colorful decor.

Common Cornelia in Ridgewood

Common Kingston in Crown Heights

Common Sterling in Crown Heights

Common Fairview in Ridgewood

A beautiful studio apartment at Common Baltic in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn.

Common Baltic in Boerum Hill

Common Coliving Brooklyn fully furnished rentals

Common Kingston in Crown Heights

The shared dining and kitchen area at Common Albany in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.

Common Albany in Crown Heights

Common Sterling in Crown Heights

Common Lincoln in Prospect-Lefferts Garden

Common Fairview in Ridgewood

Members at Common Cornelia in Ridgewood, enjoy their very own private rooftop with gorgeous views and colorful decor.

Common Cornelia in Ridgewood

Common Kingston in Crown Heights

Common Sterling in Crown Heights

Common Fairview in Ridgewood

A beautiful studio apartment at Common Baltic in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn.

Common Baltic in Boerum Hill

Common Coliving Brooklyn fully furnished rentals

Common Kingston in Crown Heights

The shared dining and kitchen area at Common Albany in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.

Common Albany in Crown Heights

Common Sterling in Crown Heights

Amenities

We’re committed to making city living better for you. That means no last minute runs to the store for cooking salt or toilet paper, no lugging your dirty laundry down the block and wasting hours at the laundromat, and no sorting through the countless bills that arrive every month. Your household essentials, laundry, utilities, weekly cleaning, and so much more are covered in one all-inclusive rate.

Private bedroom

Flexible moves

Superfast WiFi

Community happenings

Free laundry

Weekly cleaning

Utilities covered

Fully furnished

Questions?

We’ll be there every step of the way.

What is coliving?

Coliving is simply a way to make living in a city work better for you. At Common, our coliving homes provide private fully furnished bedrooms within beautiful shared suites, where convenience and value go hand-in-hand with comfort and community.

Members at Common enjoy the privacy of their own fully furnished bedrooms with access to community in beautiful shared suites and community spaces in their homes. Best yet, one all-inclusive rate covers your rent, cleaning, laundry, and more.

by Katie Fustich

"The space is bright, airy and equipped with ultra-modern appliances and furnishings you’re unlikely to find outside of million-dollar high-rises."

by Kaitlin Petersen

"Imagine this: a bedroom of your own in a fully furnished house that is shared with pre-vetted roommates and perpetually stocked with household basics like coffee, olive oil, paper towels, and trash bags, so you never again have to fight about who bought what the last time. By offering exactly that, the two-year-old co-living company Common may well be urban living’s closest thing to utopia."

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