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Common Hamilton

468 West 146th Street, New York, 10031, NY

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Common Hamilton Description
You’ll love our beautifully renovated brownstone in Upper Manhattan

Commons newest shared living home in Harlem features exposed brick, high ceilings and decorative fireplaces in a beautifully renovated, four-story brownstone. Common Hamilton provides fully furnished, shared living that saves you hundreds of dollars a month by including all utilities, weekly cleanings and household essentials in the monthly rent.

Spacious modern bathrooms are designed with shared living in mind and are typically shared between 1-2 people. Additionally, all Common homes are uniquely designed with community spaces such as lounge areas, backyards, and rooftops that are shared by all the members of the home.

State of the art kitchens are fully equipped with everything from stainless steel appliances to paper towels, cooking oil and pots and pans.

Common Hamilton features-


- Private bedrooms, furnished with a full-size bed, large double door wardrobe, and decorative fireplace

- Beautifully renovated brownstone with exposed brick and high ceilings

- 5-minute walk to the A,B,C,D, and 1 train, as well as several bus stops

- 10 minute walk to Riverbank Park, outdoor pool and running track

- Steps away from cozy coffee shops, grocery stores, and hip bars, including Harlem Public and The Honeywell.

- Fully furnished shared spaces including large, private backyard and lounge with weekly cleanings included

- ALL utilities included - heat, hot water, gas, electric and super fast wifi!

- Keyless access

- Flexible lease terms (6 or 12-month leases)
Floor Plans
Layout Size Price
Studio $1,850
Studio $1,850
* Prices, specials, and floorplan availability subject to change without notice
Common Hamilton Amenities
Community Level
Secured Entry
Outdoor Space
On Site Laundry
Fitness Center
Package Service
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Reviews around the Neighborhood
unknown user
Loved the area
I loved living in this area - the best bakery in the city (Two Little Red Hens) is right here along with great grocery stores and great shopping. In addition it is easy to get around the city because of the 4,5,6. The only downsides were 2nd avenue subway construction and that it is not a great area to go out in. Lower rent more than makes up for that, though!
unknown user
Princeton, Stanford
Upper East Side by Central Park
Really pleasant neighborhood. Just a few steps from Central Park and 2 blocks from the 4/5/6 line. Great area for art lovers. Close walk to Guggenheim, Met and the Frick. One downside is the lack of weekend brunch options. Overall, loved the area!
unknown user
Conn College
UWS is wonderful
Great restaurants and bars on amsterdam and columbus. A friendly, non-pretentious neighborhood with people of all ages. There isn't a scene. It is normal and sophisticated without being snotty. I loved living on the UWS. It is also great to have the park so close. Favorite neighborhood in the world.
review user
One of Harlem's hot spots
One of Marcus Samuelsson's (Iron Chef, Top Chef Masters) restaurants. The New York Times calls it "culinary mosaic of Southern, Swedish and Ethiopian comforts." Wonderful ambiance. A bit pricey. One of the "cool" new places to go in Harlem.
review user
Living Near B'Way has its Pros & Cons
Pros - I lived here on the corner of Broadway & 102nd. The location is super convenient. Businesses and restaurants are literally feet away and the subway stop was less than half a block. Also, all else equal, rents are cheaper the closer you are to broadway (vs apts west of broadway) Cons - Broadway is loud. The farther west you go the more quiet it is. This means that having your windows up while watching tv will require you turn the volume up loud on your tv.
review user
If you can help it, live Near the express subway stops
Gentrification in Harlem happens near the Express subway (A, D) stops. In West Harlem, that means 125th & 145th streets. This is where you'll most of the new residential buildings and most of the newere business and restaurants. Also, If you live anywhere downtown, living near an express stop cuts your commute time significantly. All else equal its better to go farther uptown if it means living near an express stop (145th St > 135th St)
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