Hampstead Park Condominiums
Hampstead Park will be a condominium building at the heart of downtown Mariemont, built as the fifth phase of North American Properties’ series of condominium buildings in the village.
Architect John Nolen created a town plan for Mariemont in 1920’s, modeled after the English Garden City movement, with a vision for a green and livable environment, with modern amenities. His plan was partially realized before the Great Depression halted construction. The Mariemont condominium projects by Greiwe Development and North American Properties built since 2008 are helping to complete the missing pieces of Nolen’s plan for the Village of Mariemont, which was recently designated a National Historic Landmark. Hampstead Park is the fifth phase of these buildings to enhance the village center in the spirit of Mary Emery’s original vision (widely recognized today as New Urbanism).
Hamsptead Park dwelling units have large, open living areas and generously-sized master suites with ample closet space. The large balconies and terraces connect the homes to the outdoors. The condominiums offer a single-level lifestyle with garage parking on the lower level and an elevator. The building exterior nestles into its built environment and the historic village, taking its inspiration from English cottage architecture, a style prominent in the immediate neighborhood. The building combines the massing and roof shapes relating to the adjacent historic homes with contemporary detailing and materials. Large windows and terraces provide generous daylighting and delightful views.