Chicago’s Ukrainian Village neighborhood adds new co-living space

The new building offers 12 bedrooms across four floors of living space.

July 31, 2017 |
The kitchen and a hallway leading to rooms at Common Damen

Courtesy of Common

Common’s first co-living entry in Chicago opened on July 16 with Common Damen, a three-unit, 12-bedroom residence. The new construction provides 6,050 sf of living space.

Each of the 12 furnished, move-in ready bedrooms connects to an open-concept living room furnished with sofas by Interior Define. A kitchen, dining space, and in-unit laundry are also included.

 

A bathroom and bedroom in Common DamenCourtesy of Common.

 

Across the building’s four stories are a ground floor community space for member-led events, a roof deck with views of the city, and front and rear terraces for outdoor living. Like all of the other co-living properties managed by Common, Common Damen will include weekly cleanings, shared supplies, and all-inclusive utilities like enterprise-quality Wi-Fi, and heating and air.

 

A living room in Common DamenCourtesy of Common.

 

Prices for individual occupancy at Common Damen begin at $1125 per month for a 12-month lease. Common recently expanded to Queens and added another offering to Brooklyn.

 

A balcony at Common DamenCourtesy of Common.

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