Hines JV Unveils DC’s Largest Purpose-Built Co-Living Project

This community also marks a first for Hines in the U.S.

The interior of a Common Clover residence. Image courtesy of Hines

Hines, Urban Atlantic and Triden Development Group, along with joint venture partner Bridge investment Group, have opened the Common Clover community in Washington, D.C. The development is a fully-furnished co-living property within The Parks at Walter Reed, a 66-acre mixed-use master-planned development.

With an address of 1155 Dalia Street NW, Common Clover offers 248 rooms across 60 suites and is the largest purpose-build co-living structure in Washington, D.C.’s history. It also represents Hines’ first U.S. co-living community. Each suite incorporates two to five private bedrooms. Features of the suites include multiple bathrooms, in-unit laundry appliances, Wi-Fi and hardwood floors. Common will serve as manager of the property.

Bedrooms range from 116 to 217 square feet and are priced from $1,207 to $1,364. Income-restricted units are offered, in keeping with the District of Columbia Inclusionary Zoning Program. A rooftop space with lounge chairs, barbeques and a firepit is among the property’s amenities.

Common Clover is located in the capital’s Takoma neighborhood, about six miles north of downtown Washington, D.C. Established first as a D.C. suburb and later incorporated into the city, Takoma features 1920s-era homes on large, tree-lined lots. The neighborhood is known for its vegan eateries and walkable streets.

Five transit stations are located within three miles of the property. The Silver Spring commuter rail station is just 1.3 miles away. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is a 20-minute drive from the community. Three shopping centers, Rock Creek Park, the National Zoo and the Audubon Naturalist-Woodland Sanctuary are all less than 15 minutes away.

Several weeks ago, Hines opened a new luxury apartment community, The Residences at West Edge, in Los Angeles.

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