440 St Marks Ave,
Brooklyn, NY 11238
Discover fully-furnished coliving suites and city living made easy in Prospect Heights.
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About Common Dean
Beautiful finishes, fully-furnished spaces, and access to the best the city has to offer — it’s all yours when you make your home at Common Dean. This classic Brooklyn townhome offers updated spaces alongside convenient amenities, including a dishwasher, in-unit laundry, and a private backyard and roofdeck, perfect for cozy fall nights or summer days spent in the sun.
4 minute walk to the S (shuttle) at Park Place
Experience Common Dean
All the necessities
Living at Common Dean means you’ll be surrounded by creative craft cocktail bars, hip eateries, and well-known music and sports venues (like the Barclays Center) that people flock to from across the city. Make sure to visit Mayfield, a vintage-inspired New American restaurant, Olmsted, a seasonal farm-to-table restaurant run by chef-owner Greg Baxtrom, and The Way Station, an eclectic neighborhood saloon with live performances.
Easily explore NYC
Get to downtown Manhattan in less than 30 minutes by taking the S line from Park Place to the 4/5 or the A/C lines from Franklin Ave. You can also travel through Brooklyn and Queens from one of the neighborhood’s many bus stops. Prospect Heights may also be one of the most walkable neighborhoods in Brooklyn. You can easily get to Park Slope, Crown Heights, and even cross Prospect Park into Prospect Lefferts Garden.
Common Dean is located in Crown Heights, a historic and centrally located Brooklyn neighborhood with beautiful architecture, lively nightlife, great food, and a rich culture. Start your day at the aptly named Coffee Spot, just around the corner from your new home, and walk 15 minutes to enjoy your morning cup in beautiful Prospect Park. You’re also close to local gems like Tom’s, a diner that dates back to 1936 and offers the best eggs and pastrami this side of the East River, and other Brooklyn favorites like Friends & Lovers, Muse, and the Brooklyn Botanical Garden.
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.