Common Stock

common.comConsumer & LifestyleFounded: 2015Funding to Date: $138.02MM

Common is the developer of a residential brand and operating platform that designs, leases, and manages multifamily properties that appeal to today's renters. Common is a co-living space booking platform intended to help in promoting community-driven housing. The platform helps to rent out rooms in furnished and shared apartments on flexible lease terms. Founded by Brad Hargreaves and headquartered in New York.

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Team

Management Team

Karlene Holloman
Chief Executive Officer
Simon Jawitz JD
Chief Investment Officer
Bradford Hargreaves
Founder & Chief Creative Officer
Jacob Chai
Chief of Staff & Senior Director of Real Estate

Board Members

Akhil Chainwala
Kinnevik
Drew Oetting
8VC
Jason Stoffer
Maveron
Jeffrey Crowe
Norwest Venture Partners

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