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About Us


Cooper Square Acquisitions (“CSA”) was founded in 2015 as a value-added platform for acquiring, repositioning, and managing distressed properties in the South Jersey marketplace.

We believe strongly in Camden and would like to do our part in the revitalization of the city. We take pride in providing improving the city’s housing stock one home at a time.

Our investment strategy is focused on block by block improvement. Our firm invests in vacant, non performing houses in prime residential locations close to major area economic drivers. These economic drivers include the Rutgers Camden Campus, Cooper Hospital, the Liberty Property and Brandywine waterfront new developments, the Heart of Camden Waterfront South Revitalization, and the St. Joseph’s Carpenter Society Lanning Square Revitalization.

After purchasing and improving vacant houses, the values and desirability of the blocks we invest in begin to improve.

We are proud of our experienced Camden based team and have tremendous capacity to expand.

In 2018 CSA purchased 30 residential units with an aggregate value north of $2.5 MM. In 2019 CSA is on pace purchase and rehabilitate 60 residential units valued over $4MM. To date the firm has only sold 3 assets and believes in a long term buy and hold approach.

A. Guglani

Angad S. Guglani, Founder & Principal

Angad has been involved in real estate investments in Camden, NJ since 2015. In 2016 he purchased full ownership & control of the firm, building CSA into one of the most active purchasers of distressed real estate in Southern, NJ. The firm has experience in the purchase and rehabilitation of single family, multi-family, commercial, self storage, and development site assets.


He was previously the founder of Off Campus Apartments NYC, a student focussed residential brokerage firm in New York City. In this role, he managed and trained over 20 licensed agents to become one of the top grossing rental brokerage teams in New York City while still a college student at New York University.

Angad aims to launch Cooper Square’s charitable initiatives by Q1 of 2020. He is actively pursuing partnerships with local non profits, charities, and city officials.

Angad holds a B.S. from NYU’s Stern School of Business.