Discover fully-furnished coliving suites and city living made easy in Crown Heights.
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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.
Never a dull moment
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.
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.
In New York City, you can find every culture, style, cuisine and language. Some of the Big Apple’s most well-known contributions include Broadway, cheesecake, the Statue of Liberty, hot dog carts, the Thanksgiving Day Macy’s Parade, Central Park…The list goes on and on and on. Concerts, sporting matches, and festivals happen almost every night, so be sure to keep your calendar open.