Manhattan’s hottest neighborhood for college students.
Located at 6th Street and Cooper Square (Get Directions), this newly constructed residence hall is home to sophomore, junior, and senior residents.
COOPER SQUARE AMENITIES
- 24-hour security
- ID card swipe entry
- Fitness center
- Wireless Internet
- Kitchenette in suite
- Basic cable in each bedroom
- Bathroom in suite
- Laundry in building
- Outdoor terrace space
- Bicycle storage room
- 24 hour study lounge
- Mail and package service
- Air conditioning and heating in each bedroom
- Hydration station
Cooper Square is a 12-story building that is home to more than 250 residents each year in 52 suites. Each bedroom holds up to three residents, and is fully furnished with twin beds, desks, armoires, and dressers. The common area in each suite has a refrigerator, stovetop, and microwave for cooking on your own. Each suite has either two or three bedrooms, with one or two full bathrooms, depending on the number of residents. Floor plans are available here.
Upper East side EDUCATION, DOWNTOWN LIFE
Located in the East Village, Cooper Square is in the middle of one of New York City’s most vibrant neighborhoods, and a quick walk to iconic theater and performance spaces, amazing restaurants, and endless things to see and do. Cooper Square is a straight line from MMC’s campus on both the bus and subway, with an estimated typical commute of 30 minutes. The nearest subway is the 6 train at Astor Place, while the 3rd Avenue and St. Marks express bus is just steps away for an above-ground commute.
MMC students can get discounts at local businesses with their student ID card. Check out all of the discounts available here.
Cooper square public redesign
Our residence hall is not the only construction happening at Cooper Square - the Cooper triangle (between Cooper Square, 3rd Avenue and East 7th Street) as well as Village Plaza (the area between 5th and 6th Streets where Cooper and 3rd Avenue meet) are being renovated into pedestrian plazas, offering students additional outdoor space to enjoy just steps from the residence hall door. Plans for the new pedestrian plazas can be found here.
Cooper Square Photo Tour
Cooper Square Frequently Asked Questions
What is the address at Cooper Square?
200 E 6th Street
New York, NY 10003
Who lives at Cooper Square?
Continuing students and some transfer students live at Cooper Square.
Will tours of Cooper Square be available prior to FHS?
RAs will host tours of Cooper Square during the Fall Housing Selection process. Look at the Fall Housing Selection page for more details.
How many floors and rooms per floor?
Cooper Square has 12 floors; each floor has 4-6 apartments.
Is there outdoor space?
Yes, there is a terrace on the 7th floor.
Smoking is prohibited on the terrace.
Is there 24-hour security?
Yes, there are two guards on duty at all times. Residents use their ID card to access the building, and need to scan their card upon entry.
Are there lounges?
Yes. There is one large lounge in the lower level for programs, hanging out, or watching TV. There is also a closed off study lounge in the lower level.
Is there a gym in the building?
Yes. There is a fitness center on the lower level.
What is the typical commute?
Door to door, taking the 6 train from Astor Place to 68th Street takes about 30 minutes.
Can I bring my bicycle?
Yes. There is a bicycle storage area on the lower level. There is also a Citibike rack nearby - Citibike extends up beyond the college on the Upper East Side.
What furniture is provided in each room?
Each resident gets a regular sized twin bed, desk and chair, drawers, and wardrobe. The furniture at Cooper Square is in its fixed position; beds cannot be lofted or lowered from their set positions.
Are beds extra long or regular size?
Beds are regular twins. Some beds will be permanently lofted.
Can I move my furniture?
No. Due to the suite floor plans, furniture at Cooper Square is in a set location. Lofted beds must stay lofted and lower beds may not be raised.
Students with a particular preference of bed type may select their bed during Fall Housing Selection.
How is the room set-up?
Similar to 55th, there are 2-3 bedrooms per suite, each holding 2-3 people. The rooms are off of the kitchenette and there is one bathroom in each suite; 7 person suites have two bathrooms.
Will there be singles?
No. The smallest rooms available are doubles.
Are gender neutral rooms an option?
Yes. Continuing residents may select roommates of any gender, as long as the requests are mutual. See Gender Neutral Housing for more information.
What cooking appliances and food storage areas are available in each suite?
Two burners, cabinets, and one or two refrigerators (various sizes, depending on suite size)
Are there ovens?
Are there microwaves?
Yes. Each apartment will have a microwave.
What nearby Dining Dollar options will there be?
Dining Dollars are currently accepted at Kitchen Sink and Heavenly Market.
There are also several neighborhood establishments which offer discounts to MMC students.