The most convenient way to live in a city. Living at Common means never having to worry about cleaning, moving furniture, or splitting the bills.
Strivers’ Row might only be two blocks, but it's home to centuries of New York City history. Since its development, it's been home to some of Harlem’s most notable residents, and it’s easy to see why. In addition to gorgeous architecture, these two blocks are surrounded by some of the best Harlem has to offer, from delicious restaurants and lively bars to contemporary galleries and nature-filled parks.
About Common Robinson
The details are what makes a house a home, and at Common Robinson there’s plenty of them to appreciate: from the arched doorways to French doors to the (decorative) fireplaces throughout, this coliving home is equal parts beautiful and cozy.
4 minutes to the A,B,C train at 135th st.
Experience Common Robinson
Common Robinson is a few blocks away from the A, C, and B trains at 135th St, which can take you to Midtown Manhattan in under half an hour.
Easily explore New York City
Live in the heart of Harlem when you move into Common Robinson. Your new home is close to a Key Foods, Walgreens, Post Office, and even the YMCA. Plus, Common Robinson is only a 5 minute walk from the City College of New York and a 25 minute walk from Columbia University, making it ideal for students looking to explore life off campus while still being close to classes.