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May 03, 2021 Philly Mag

Just Listed: Penthouse Condo Overlooking the Parkway in Logan Square

Talk about rooms with a view — this full-floor condo atop 2100 Hamilton offers unrivaled views of the Center City skyline at one end and the Art Museum and University City at the other.

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April 07, 2021 Philadelphia Style

In Full View

Set to open in fall 2021, luxury residence 2100 Hamilton is 50% sold and 100% where you want to live.

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January 26, 2021 AIA Philadelphia

Cecil Baker + Partners reaches milestone with luxury condominium 2100 Hamilton

Cecil Baker + Partners is delighted to announce that their latest luxury condominium project, 2100 Hamilton, was “topped off” at the end of November 2020

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October 29, 2020

A First Look at 2100 Hamilton, The New, Super-Luxe Logan Square Condo Tower

Designed for the COVID-19 era, the new tower offers contactless elevators in addition to spacious community gathering places.

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October 28, 2020

$60M Center City condominium project marks construction milestone

Bock Development Group last week topped off its new $60 million condominium project called 2100 Hamilton, which is located next to the Rodin Museum along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Center City. The building reached it final height on Wednesday.

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October 27, 2020

FOX29 Coverage of 2100 Hamilton Topping Off Ceremony

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October 27, 2020

CBS3 News Coverage of 2100 Hamilton Topping Off Ceremony

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October 27, 2020

6ABC Coverage of 2100 Hamilton Topping Off Ceremony

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October 26, 2020

Susan Scovill: 2100 Hamilton topping off event takes place at the neighboring Barnes Foundation

Bock Development Group celebrated the topping off of 2100 Hamilton, Philadelphia’s luxurious and inspiring new boutique condominium development. 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. 

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October 26, 2020

17 development projects changing the look of Greater Philadelphia

The Philadelphia region, from King of Prussia and Horsham to Fishtown and University City, continues to undergo an unprecedented development boom totaling billions of dollars.

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October 23, 2020

Take a Look at Philadelphia’s Largest Luxury Residential Garden

When plans for the new luxury residential tower 2100 Hamilton were first announced in June 2019, one of the Art Museum area development’s most talked-about aspects was its private garden: At nearly a half-acre, the urban landscape’s design would feature vibrant greenery, an event plaza, multiple fire features and decorative elements like a pergola and a 40-foot cascading water wall. Tom Bock, president and CEO of Bock Development, had no idea how valuable this expansive garden would be in the weeks and months following the pandemic.

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October 28, 2019 Philadelphia Magazine

New Ultra-Luxury Residences on the Parkway Feel Like a Private Oasis

Lush ornamental grasses, specimen Japanese maple trees and scattered giant moon stones … This isn’t Longwood Gardens we’re talking about, but an aesthetically minded ultra-luxury building coming to the Philadelphia’s Museum Mile in 2021. 2100 Hamilton will green up the Parkway even further with a nearly half-acre private garden and outdoor gathering space behind the Rodin Museum.

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March 28, 2019 Business Wire

Bock Development Group Taps Sikora Wells Appel to Design Garden Oasis at 2100 Hamilton

Bock Development Group announced today it has retained Sikora Wells Appel to design an urban oasis and private garden for 2100 Hamilton, the exclusive new 10-story luxury condo building that will soon rise along the Parkway in Philadelphia. Sikora Wells Appel was chosen for its experience in creating tranquil, contemplative landscape environments, and legendary locales at Longwood Gardens, Villanova University, University of Pennsylvania, Temple University, and The Navy Yard.

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