Discover all-inclusive coliving suites and city living made easy in the heart of Columbia Heights.
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About Common Monroe
Formerly a church, Common Monroe has undergone a major transformation into the coliving home of our dreams, while keeping many of its original features, including vaulted ceilings and stained glass windows. Alongside stunning architecture, you’ll also find brand new kitchens, spacious living areas, and outdoor space with views of the city.
7 minute walk to the Green and Yellow lines at Columbia Heights
Experience Common Monroe
The best of D.C. outside your door
From cozy local restaurants to historic architecture, there’s plenty to discover in Columbia Heights. There’s Meridian Hill Park — a two-level, European-style park with tiered fountains, historic statues, and, every Sunday, an afternoon drum circle, or if you’re an avid museum-goer, try the Mexican Cultural Institute. The non-profit presents diverse cultural programs, such as art exhibits, concerts, and even cooking classes. Common Monroe is also right around the corner from local restaurants and bars like The Coupe, RedRocks, and Queen’s English.
The yellow and green Metro lines at the Columbia Heights Metro Station are only a 5-minute walk away from Common Monroe. You can also explore the neighboring Mount Pleasant by bike and discover Salvadoran markets, funky dive bars, vintage stores, and family-owned restaurants with blocks of iconic townhomes.
With a wide variety of retail, dining, and entertainment options, along with its central location, the bustling neighborhood of Columbia Heights is the ideal home for both newcomers and natives of DC. At Common Monroe, you’re in the center of it all, with every convenience and comfort nearby.
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.