Two Logan Square

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Two Logan Square
Two Logan Square.jpg
General information
Status Complete
Type Office
Location 100 North 18th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Coordinates 39°57′20″N 75°10′12″W / 39.9556°N 75.1699°W / 39.9556; -75.1699Coordinates: 39°57′20″N 75°10′12″W / 39.9556°N 75.1699°W / 39.9556; -75.1699
Construction started 1984
Opening 1987
Owner The Rubenstien Company
Height
Roof 435 ft (133 m)
Technical details
Floor count 35
Floor area 692,333 sq ft (64,319.8 m2)
Design and construction
Architect Kohn Pederson Fox

Two Logan Square is a highrise office building in downtown Philadelphia, just off the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The building is known for its signature roofline with a backlit clock. It is a companion building to One Logan Square which stands across Cherry Street, and to Three Logan Square, across 18th Street.

The building, designed by the firm Kohn Pedersen Fox, was completed in 1987, the same year as One Liberty Place, which stood as Philadelphia's tallest building for 20 years.

The building's name is a nod to its neighborhood, Logan Square, so named for the nearby Logan Circle, one of William Penn's original five squares of Philadelphia.

Major tenants include the law firm Pepper Hamilton LLP and Binswanger.

Previously the private school Delaware Valley High School had its administrative offices in Suite 1900.[1]

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  1. ^ "Contact Us" (Archive). Delaware Valley High School. August 21, 2010. Retrieved on May 19, 2014. "DVHS - Administration 100 N. 18th Street Two Logan Square, Suite 1900 Philadelphia, PA 19103" and "DVHS - Bucks 299 Jacksonville Road Warminster, PA 18974" and "DVHS - Kelly 4333 Kelly Drive Philadelphia, PA 19129"