Millennials need only a toothbrush to move into new ‘co-living’ apartments

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The center building at 2048 W. Chicago Ave. offers shared apartments. (Alisa Hauser / DNAinfo)

UKRAINIAN VILLAGE —  A co-living startup called Common that’s targeting millennials has opened its first Chicago building in Ukrainian Village, offering intrepid renters a shared apartment with everything included — even the roommates.

The New York City chain’s first entry into Chicago is in a four-story white concrete, steel and glass three-unit apartment building dubbed “Common Damen” across from Mariano’s grocery store in the 2000 block of West Chicago Avenue.

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Individual rents in the four-bedroom, two-bath apartments range from $1,325 to $1,675 per room.

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