This story was originally published in Multifamily Executive.

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Expanding its successful brand of coliving apartment buildings, developer Common is launching two new properties in Seattle.

The 112-room Common Terry in Capitol Hill and 49-room Common Summit in First Hill will mark the company’s fifth market expansion in the U.S., adding to its national footprint, which already includes New York, the San Francisco Bay Area, Chicago, and Washington, D.C.

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The homes in each building feature private studio-style rooms, each with their own bathroom and kitchenette, situated around furnished shared lounges and large, shared kitchens on each floor, which can be used as a place for residents to hang out, come together for events, and entertain. The spaces are more private than those in some of the existing Common properties, which typically are arranged as a few private-room and bath suites around a shared kitchen and living area within one unit.

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Both Seattle locations also include bike storage, laundry facilities on each floor, and a digital doorperson. Terry features an outdoor barbecue area and Summit offers balconies with some units. Summit includes a photovoltaic solar-power array on the building’s rooftop.

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Amenities at both properties include weekly cleaning of shared spaces, high-speed Wi-Fi, Common-led community events, and the ability to transfer between Common homes.

Prices for both locations begin in the $1,200s for a 12-month stay. Common Summit has already opened, while leasing has just begun at Common Terry.

The buildings were co-developed with Seattle-based Anew Apartments.

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