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I have to confess that I did not know that the Richardson Place NW Common co-housing buildings were tenanted/occupied.
Newly designed co-living apartments in D.C. bring sophistication to group housing
Some new co-living developments focus more on shared space and communal resident activities. Common, which has co-living apartments in San Francisco and Brooklyn and recently opened a building called the Richardson at 410 to 412 Richardson Pl. NW in Shaw, provides furnished six-bedroom apartments, each with a shared kitchen, and communal activities led by a resident “house leader.”
“We do co-living rather than traditional apartments because we believe we’re addressing a use case — living with roommates — that is ubiquitous but totally unaddressed by real estate developers today,” says Brad Hargreaves, founder and chief executive of Common.