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2100 Hamilton


The site at 2100 Hamilton sat vacant for years before CBP Architects partnered with the developer on a 10-story tower containing 27 high-end condominium units, including a full-floor penthouse. Overlooking the Benjamin Franklin Parkway behind the Rodin Museum, the building’s architecture offers a contemporary glass backdrop for the museum with acute angles that gesture toward Center City.

CBP designed 2100 Hamilton to be respectful of its context, fitting within the Parkway’s height limit and accommodating multiple easements. The one-sided orientation enabled the inclusion of two building cores, which provide direct elevator access to every unit. Clad in window-wall and surrounded by gardens designed to reference and complement those of the Rodin Museum, the building offers a modern respite within the urban context. Cantilevered, post-tensioned concrete balconies angle outward, affording column-free panoramic views from the Philadelphia Museum of Art to City Hall. Large, automatic sliding doors connect each unit to its balcony for extended living space. Similarly, the lobby’s telescoping doors open to the surrounding gardens for continuous indoor-outdoor amenity space. A below-grade garage with two auto lifts provides parking for 59 vehicles. High-performance, ultra-quiet HVAC systems offer energy efficiency.

  • Project Category

    Market Rate Multifamily

  • Client

    Bock Development Group

  • Location

    Philadelphia, PA

  • Number of Units


  • Number of Stories


  • Gross Floor Area

    95,000 sf

  • Program

    New Condominium Building