Discover all-inclusive coliving suites and city living made easy in Chinatown.
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available floor plans
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$1,672 - $1,839
$1,696 - $1,943
Furnished rooftop deck
About Common Bowman
Beautiful finishes, comfortable furniture, and spaces designed for community and privacy. At Common Bowman, you’ll find everything you can always expect at a Common coliving home. Sip your morning coffee on the rooftop deck, or unwind with a good book in your own private bedroom. Living at Common Bowman makes D.C. living as sweet as a cherry blossom.
3 minute walk to the Yellow, Green, and Red lines at Gallery Place - Chinatown
Experience Common Bowman
In the center of it all
Living in a city certainly comes with its benefits and at Common Bowman you’re at the center of all city living has to offer. In the blocks around your new home you’ll find a farmers’ market, a distillery, boutique fitness classes, and every cuisine from Chinese to Italian to American Gastropub.
Easily explore D.C.
Common Bowman's central location offers easy access to the city. Your home is a three-minute walk from the well-connected Gallery Pl-Chinatown Station, which runs through the Red, Yellow, and Green lines. With several bus stops around the corner, you can easily reach downtown DC in less than 20 minutes. The park is just a bus ride away, so make sure you take a stroll around the Tidal Basin when cherry blossoms bloom.
Once a small, hidden neighborhood, this cozy part of downtown DC has easily become one of the most vibrant areas in the nation's capital. On any day, you can get your fix of art, history, and culture with the array of museums and theaters at your disposal.
As the capital of the United States for more than 200 years, DC is full of historic landmarks and must-see sights. The White House, the Lincoln Memorial, the Capitol Building, the Washington Monuments, and Union Station are just some of the iconic structures that call DC home. Aside from buildings, Washington, DC, is known for its rich heritage and diverse population and the cultural and culinary delights are second to none.