Hopkinson House is a 33-story, modernist high-rise condominium building located in the historic Society Hill neighborhood of Philadelphia facing Washington Square. Completed in 1963, Hopkinson House was awarded the Silver Medal Award by the Philadelphia Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Designed by the German-born architect and sculptor Oskar Stonorov of the firm Stonorov and Haws, it received this award in recognition of its “outstanding quality of design.”

A variety of floor plans include efficiency, studio, one, two and three-bedroom layouts. Each residence provides either northern views of Washington Square and the Center City skyline or southern views over Society Hill to the Delaware River. Many of the units also have balconies. Amenities on the lobby-level feature retail and offices. These include a hair salon, dentist, chiropractor, realtor and convenience store. Residents enjoy a seasonal rooftop pool, 24-hour doorman and concierge services, and direct-access to underground valet parking.

Welcome to Hopkinson House

condo in philadelphiaFor fifty years, Hopkinson House has stood as an enduring landmark on Washington Square.
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The Perfect Center City Location

center city condoWhether it’s shopping, dining or entertainment, you are close to everything in Center City.
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Enjoy Beautiful Surroundings

From the gleaming lobby to the rooftop pool, there are many reasons to enjoy living here.
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Resident Information

The residents of Hopkinson House enjoy a quality of life that represents the highest standards of condominium living in Philadelphia. In addition to the convenience and amenities that the building has to offer, residents of Hopkinson House are members of a larger community. To that end, a set of community rules have been developed to help ensure that all residents enjoy the same level of peace, comfort and security.
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Council Information

Since its conversion to a condominium in 1980, the Hopkinson House Owners’ Association has been represented by a dedicated group of residents elected by the Association. The Association Council is not only responsible for the rules that govern the day-to-day operations of the building, but also for decisions regarding long-range fiscal planning, maintenance and capital improvements.
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