On Wednesday, October 21, 2020 the Bock Development Group celebrated the topping off of 2100 Hamilton, Philadelphia’s luxurious and inspiring new boutique condominium development. The ceremony took place at the neighboring Barnes Foundation. It was a nod to 2100 Hamilton’s prestigious location in the heart of Philadelphia’s Art Museum area and marked the completion of construction of the 10-story building’s exterior frame. To officially mark the topping off, an American Flag and Evergreen tree were hoisted onto the roof of the building – a long-standing tradition in the development industry. 2100 Hamilton introduces to Philadelphia only 29 exclusive residences offering a one-of-a-kind luxury living experience that will boast innovative architecture, expansive outdoor space, unparalleled views of the city, and touchless private elevator access, using state-of-the-art biometric facial recognition technology to transport residents directly to their unit, eliminating shared hallways. Residences are available for sale with pricing starting at $2.1M for two-bedroom residences. Following the grand opening of its sales office in August 2020, 2100 Hamilton has experienced unprecedented demand, and in just two months has reached a milestone of 30% of residences sold, with demand expected to continue through the winter. For more information about 2100 Hamilton, please visit https://2100hamilton.com or its Instagram and Facebook pages. To make an appointment at 2100 Hamilton’s sales center in Two Logan Square, please visit 100 North 18th Street, Suite 303, Philadelphia, PA 19103, or call 267.903.2100. Appointments are required. Mayor Jim Kenney, Builder Tom Bock and Architect Cecil Baker paused for a photo before the program began.
3. Brian Stevenson, Mark Duffy, Angella Bock and Joe Rafter.
5. Sherrie and Bill Spiegel and John and Kelly Williams.
7. Mike Mitchell, Anthony DePascale and Steve Izzi.
9. Denise Collins, Craig Rosenfeld and Donna Roth.
11. James Kruzinsky, Susanne Svizeny, Tom Scannapieco and Carol Mueller.