Living here affords you two wonderful worlds at once. First is the city with all its culture, dining, and entertainment — all steps away. And second is the greenery and serenity that awaits you outside your front door.
“Nestled among the city’s most renowned museums, 2100 Hamilton is the makings of a new work of art — livable art.”
Your guide to the treasures of the neighborhood. Enjoy all the arts, shopping and restaurants this unique area has to offer.
Wake up every morning enjoying a cup of coffee and the collection of sculptor Auguste Rodin, one of the most remarkable sculptors of his time, works with more than 150 bronzes, marbles and plasters representing every phase of his career.
2151 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
A short walk or bike ride leads you to the cultural heart of a great city. Enjoy more than 200 galleries, a collection of more than 400,000 works of art, concerts and more.
2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Enjoy the ease and convenience of the leading retailer of natural and organic foods uniquely positioned as America's Healthiest Grocery Store, right outside your front door.
2101 Pennsylvania Avenue
When it’s time for a night out, take a quick stroll to the all-weather open-air lounge atop the Logan Hotel. Spectacular views overlooking the Parkway.
1840 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Venture out for an intimate dinner for two at this colorful farm-to-table steakhouse featuring local ingredients, heritage beef and craft spirits, located inside The Logan hotel.
1850 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
This cozy, rustic pizzeria by award-winning chef and restaurateur Marc Vetri celebrates the art of authentic pizza making, offering the perfect bite to eat for a casual night out.
1939 Callowhill Street
World-famous home to one of the greatest collections of impressionist, post-impressionist, and early modernist paintings.
2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Located at the Barnes Foundation, this open kitchen concept complete with an elegant courtyard for alfresco dining is the ideal destination for a quick weekday lunch or leisurely Sunday brunch.
2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Enjoy a night out on the 59th or 60th floor of the Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia. Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten offers a combination of classic dishes from Jean-Georges New York as well as new creations at Jean-Georges Philadelphia.
1 N 19th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Matthias Baldwin Park is one of those hidden jewels in Philly. Commissioned in 1981, the Park was designed as an environmental sculpture, a two-acre landscape designed by world renowned artist Athena Tacha, and completed in 1991.
423 N 19th St, Philadelphia, PA 19130
The Mann Center for the Performing Arts is one of the nation's largest outdoor amphitheaters that presents world-class artists.
5201 Parkside Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19131
All the art you want is right out your front door. But living here also puts you a short private town car, Uber, or Lyft ride away from some of the greatest meals, music, and sporting events in the country. At 2100 Hamilton, everything you desire is all within reach.