2100 Hamilton has officially opened its doors, unveiling the spectacular 10-story luxury condominium building, with only 27 excusive residences, nestled among some of Philadelphia’s most distinguished museums. With more than 65-percent of units currently under contract, 2100 Hamilton introduces to Philadelphia a one-of-a-kind living experience that boasts innovative architecture, unparalleled outdoor space, and beautiful skyline and park views.
“2100 Hamilton has been a true labor of love. As both the builder and developer, I couldn’t be prouder to have watched my vision for 2100 Hamilton transform into a reality. Our teams have worked hard to deliver the highest level of craftmanship to create incomparable luxury living, and it’s been gratifying see that dedication pay off,” said Tom Bock, President & Founder of Bock Development Group and Ernest Bock & Sons Construction in a statement. “The completed product has exceeded my expectations, and I truly believe it offers the best of luxury living in Philadelphia. With defining elements you won’t find anywhere else in the city, including the amazing views, to the largest private residential garden, and having the prestigious Rodin Museum and Barnes Foundation as neighbors, we’ve created a place our residents can be excited to now call home.”
Designed by the award-winning Cecil Baker + Partners Architects, 2100 Hamilton is a masterpiece in luxury living, boasting a signature sculptural and modern architectural design giving way to elegant interiors. “2100 Hamilton is a development unlike any other in Philadelphia, with its premier position amongst the most iconic cultural institutions in the city – The Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Barnes Foundation, and the Rodin Museum. That’s why it was so important to us that this building embrace art and culture and fit seamlessly into the serene surroundings which it lives. The property bridges the tranquility of suburban living with the excitement of life in the city,” said Cecil Baker, Principal of Cecil Baker + Partners Architects.
A signature element that sets this building apart from all other residential developments in Philadelphia is the city’s largest private residential garden and plaza, designed by renowned landscape architect, Sikora Wells Appel. The nearly half-acre garden brims with a diverse palette of trees, shrubs, ornamental grasses and mixed perennials, while the main plaza features an all-weather pergola, fireplaces and stunning collection of water features, including a granite water table and reflecting pool, and a 40-foot cascading water wall with fire features. Paired with the building’s proximity to Philadelphia’s extensive network of biking and hiking trails, 2100 Hamilton’s residents will have favorable access to sprawling outdoor spaces within the city. Another unique feature of the building – every unit has spectacular garden views.
The residences within 2100 Hamilton start at $2.25 million and range in size from 1,736 to over 3,300 square feet with an array of desirable floor plans, starting from 2-bedroom, 2 ½ -bath units up to ones featuring 3 bedrooms with a den and 3 ½ bathrooms. Open plan interiors and private, heated, oversized balconies as large as 425 square feet feature one-touch retractable sliding doors that maximize indoor-outdoor living and seamlessly connect to breathtaking coveted views of city and park . Floor-to-ceiling windows frame the sweeping city skyline, creating an abundance of natural light that perfectly highlights the unparalleled interiors, coveted features, and luxurious finishes within each residence. The entire top floor of the building is dedicated to the $16 million, 5,256 square foot penthouse residence with an unprecedented 3,700 sq ft of outdoor space to accommodate an outdoor kitchen, a fireplace and multiple seating areas with spectacular views.
In addition to its masterful design, 2100 Hamilton offers residents a collection of modern amenities beyond what you would typically find in a luxury residential building. Indoor/outdoor retractable doors at the ground level connect the lobby to the beautiful outdoor plaza and garden. The building has a guest suite, offering the ultimate hospitality for visitors to residents, a private event space with a catering kitchen, a board room for today’s work from home environment, and more. Other modern features include touchless private elevator access, using state-of-the-art biometric facial recognition technology and offering residents the ultimate privacy and convenience, transporting them directly to their unit rather than a shared hallway. The building also offers a 24-hour concierge service, state-of-the-art fitness center and a town car and driver, along with valet services.