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Common Pacific

1162 Pacific Street, New York, 11216, NY

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Common Pacific Description
THIS IS A FULLY FURNISHED, PRIVATE BEDROOM IN A SHARED SUITE

Common provides furnished, flexible, shared housing and enables you to save hundreds of dollars per month. All Common members get a private bedroom. The rest of the space in the suite is shared:

Bathrooms are typically shared with 1-2 other people of the same gender. Kitchens and living rooms are shared with 2-4 other people, depending on suite.

Additionally, all Common homes have abundant community space, which is shared by all of the suites in a given home, as well as other members across the Common community.

Included as part of your membership we also offer complimentary weekly cleaning of common spaces and shared supplies such as paper towels, toilet paper, pots and pans, and much, much more!

Our brand new development in Crown Heights features:

- NO BROKER’S FEES

-ALL Utilities included in the price! -Heat, Water, Gas, Electric and super fast wifi!

- Fully furnished private bedroom, including a full-size mattress, and state-of-the-art furniture

- Fully furnished shared spaces (including bathrooms, kitchen, living room) with weekly cleaning included

- All amenities included, such as weekly cleaning, free laundry in building, as well as kitchen and bathroom supplies.

- Free laundry in the building (not coin or card operated - we even provide the detergent)

- Flexible lease terms (6, 12 months)

- Furnished and landscaped private backyard garden and roof deck

- Dedicated indoor bike storage
Floor Plans
Layout Size Price
Studio $1,575
Studio $1,595
Studio $1,595
* Prices, specials, and floorplan availability subject to change without notice
Common Pacific Amenities
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Reviews around the Neighborhood
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Wesleyan
Great for recent graduates
I lived in East Village right after college for 3 years and it was great. Lots of young people, great restaurants and bars. Relatively inexpensive compared to NYC prices. Highly recommend anyone looking to move to NYC.
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BC, Rutgers, NYU, Columbia
Alphabet City
It's a great area to live. It's one of the last places to have gentrified in Manhattan proper. Amazing places to eat and the subway is only about 9 min walk away.
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High School for Dual Language and Asian Studies - #5 NEST NYC HS
#25 Ranked Nationally
review user
BK Heights - the BEST NYC neighborhood
Brooklyn Heights, specifically the 20 or so square blocks southeast of the promenade, has all the sophistication of Manhattan, some of the most beautiful brownstones in the world, all within a serenity found few other places in the five boroughs.
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UPenn
Clinton Hill A-Okay
Clinton Hill is a small neighborhood sandwiched between Ft. Greene and Bed Stuy. You're close to bars / restaurants in both Ft. Greene and Prospect Heights, and not too far from the Atlantic-Pacific subway stop. It's kind of like Ft. Greene Jr... not quite as nice, not quite as convenient, but a little bit cheaper. Highlights: Beny's, Hot Bird, Waverly Wu
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Brown, McKinsey & Company, Stanford
Awesome area!
The LES is such a cool area with so many amazing bars, restaurants, and shops. It's also convenient to public transportation if you don't mind the FJ line. Try Clinton St. Baking Company. Don't be fooled by how this neighborhood looks by day. At night, this place is amazingly fun and hip and worth the rent you're going to have to shell out.
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VEVO, NYU, Universal Music Group, Stanford
Fun but very busy and crowded
Thompson st. is relatively quiet compared to the rest of Soho, but you'll still have hordes of tourists walking around on the weekends. There's a neat old Italian community in this area. When you walk around, look up and you'll see old ladies sitting on their fire escapes next to Italian flags. Apartments are small and typically old. Soho is fun but I much prefer the East Village.
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VEVO, NYU, Universal Music Group, Stanford
East Village? Go farther East!
I lived here for two years and it was by far my favorite spot in Manhattan. You're a little further from the subway but the apts are bigger. You're right next to the river which is a great place to run. Ave C is totally safe (seriously, I did the research and more crimes occur in the middle of the village).
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Harvard, Stanford
Brooklyn Heights is closer than you think
I loved living in Brooklyn Heights. Just two stops outside of Manhattan on the 2,3,4,5,N or R it was super east to get to the West or East side and even the Lower East Side. The famous Brooklyn board walk made for excellent runs with an amazing new park right under the Brooklyn Bridge. It didn't hurt that the Brooklyn Bridge was nearby, again making for excellent runs. Montague street itself is full of great restaurants. It's no wonder the post-MBAs at my firm like to live our here.
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