Philadelphia, PA — Cope Linder Architects transformed the top ten floors of Two Liberty Place to accommodate 59 luxury condos. The architectural solution maximizes views from Philadelphia’s third-tallest skyscraper with floor-to-ceiling corner windows in every living room and dramatic angled windows on upper floors. Interiors feature open floor plans with finishes selected to be both modern and timeless - sleek marble, rich woods, custom cabinetry, and high-end appliances. The project includes a refreshed lobby and the amenity-rich Sky Club luxury social space, consisting of a club room, conference center, billiards room, fitness center, endless pool, massage rooms, and a yoga room.Two Liberty Place is a defining tower in Philadelphia’s skyline, built in 1990 as the sister to One Liberty Place. Both were designed by Helmut Jahn of Murphy/Jahn Architects as speculative office space with an enclosed two-level shopping mall linking the buildings. iStar Financial acquired the top ten floors of Two Liberty Place in 2012, subsequently partnering with Dranoff Properties to develop the new condos.