Charming and well situated, Colonial Apartments is like a wish granted. Beautifully positioned in the heart of Cherry Hill Township, everything desirable and convenient is within close proximity. We are minutes away from Route 70, Route 73, Route 38, the NJ Turnpike, Route 295 and NJ Transit. Whether you work locally in South Jersey or across the Ben Franklin Bridge in Philadelphia, we are a commuters dream! Kennedy Hospital, Camden County College, Rutgers University and the Philadelphia International Airport are all within an easy commute. Within walking distance to the Cherry Hill Mall, you will find an array of restaurants, shopping and entertainment at your fingertips! With studio, one bedroom, two bedroom and three bedroom apartment homes available, there is something for everyone! We are committed to excellence and resident satisfaction and are looking forward to welcoming you home to Colonial Apartments today!
It looks nice here very comfy
It cost too much cannot afford the rent the most is $700.00
I am senior looking for a more age group to live around
Do not recommend when you move out they come up with ways to keep your security and charge you even more for normal wear and tear after 8 years what a joke
My family and I recently moved out of the colonial apartment buildings (on Cooper Landing road in Cherry Hill). Our experience living in these buildings was horrible. We had cold bedrooms in the winter, a stove that did not work, a window that did not open, a bathtub that was chipping and did not drain properly... even though we requested these items to be fixed.
The office people say any request you make we take care of within a day. The truth is that maintenance finds ways not to make costly repairs at the tenants expense. Dont rely on them fixing things. They just care about saving money.
The building fire alarm went off two times and it was so quiet that you cannot hear it from inside the bedrooms in the apartment. The first time it went off, because of just smoke, we were awake and barely heard it. The second time it went off, when there was an actual fire, we were sleeping. The police needed to bang on our door to wake us up. What good is a fire alarm if it isnt loud enough to inform residents that there is a fire. Moving into the colonials, as it is right now, is putting you and your family at risk in the event of a fire.
The apartments are fully carpeted minus the kitchen and bathrooms. Having carpet underneath where we ate (the dining area) was horrific for us as a family with children who frequently spill. We ended up needing a professional carpet cleaner multiple times. Fully carpeted apartments was a poor choice of management. When we moved out the colonials forced us to pay for carpet replacement for almost the entire place under the notion that the carpet was stained. They say the stains couldnt come out, even though when I had it professionally cleaned everything came out. If you move into these apartments, they will find small things to hold you responsible for and force you to pay for them.
I am glad I got out.