The Historic Cooper School is also known as Youngstown Cultural Arts Center, a mixed-use project developed by Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association, a non-profit organization whose mission is “to engage residents, businesses, and institutions in creating and maintaining a thriving Delridge.” The structure underwent extensive renovation and was reborn as the Youngstown Cultural Arts Center in 2006. The building’s three stories house 36 affordable live/work apartments on the upper two floors. A performing arts theater shares the ground floor with an art gallery, café, offices for arts and cultural organizations, and a scene shop. The former playground area was used to create 27 parking spaces.