Family Housing

220 Cooper St.

220 Cooper Street Historic Apartments, knows that home is much more than a place to hang your hat and rest your head.  It’s where life unfolds and should be special in every way.  Our philosophy towards apartment living is to offer our residents quality housing and excellent management services.

220 Cooper Street Historic Apartments, is located right across from the Rutgers University dormitories.  The PATCO Speed Line and River Line Ferry provide great accessibility to our complex.  The Cherry Hill Mall is located within fifteen minutes of our complex.  220 Cooper Street is located within close proximity to Philadelphia PA.

  • Bedrooms Price Security
    1 Br $1,300 $1,950
    2 Br $1,500 $2,250
    2 Br LG $1,650 $2,475

    • Heat, Water and Sewer are included.
      Tenant is responsible for electric.

      All applicants 18 years of age and older must include a $50.00 money order made payable to 220 Cooper Street Historic Apts. This is a non-refundable application processing fee.

      220 Cooper Street is a Low Income Housing Tax-Credit Property. Please be advised that eligibility is determined by household size and maximum annual gross income, illustrated as follows:

      # Bedrooms Minimum Income
      1 $40,000
      2 $45,000

      NO PETS

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        The following is the list of documentation that must be brought with you to your eligibility interview for housing at 220 Cooper St. Apartments. Please bring all papers that pertain to your household income.
        ALL household members 18 years of age and older must attend this appointment.

        1. Birth Certificate for all household members.
        2. Social Security Cards for all household members.
        3. Drivers license and/or photo ID for all household members 14 years of age and older
        4. Vehicle registration and insurance.
        5. Picture of all members of the household.

        1. Four (4) recent, consecutive pay stubs if currently employed or unemployment stubs.
        2. Social Security benefits award letter for current year.
        3. Veteran’s and/or other pension award letter.
        4. Court order(s) showing child support and/or alimony payments.
        5. Welfare benefits or other assistance letter(s).
        6. 1040 Federal Tax Return for most recent year and W-2.
        7. All other information concerning household income.

        1. Checking account statements for the last Six (6) months.
        2. Savings accounts statement current month.
        3. IRAs, 401K, CDs, stocks, bonds most recent dividend statement.
        4. Real Estate broker’s assessment of any property owned.
        5. Mortgages or real estate transactions for the past two (2) years.
        6. All other information concerning any assets of the household.

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