Hampstead Park in Mariemont Celebrates with a Topping-Out Ceremony

Patti Sibcy, Rick Greiwe and Elaine Greiwe  at Hampstead Park

Patti Sibcy, Rick Greiwe and Elaine Greiwe in front of Mariemont’s Hampstead Park.

Hampstead Park, a new condominium development in Mariemont (Cincinnati, Ohio), celebrated the completion of the building’s framing with a “topping out” ceremony. This Scandanavian tradition dates back to 700AD when a fir tree was placed on top of a completed framing to bless the building and give thanks for nature’s materials. The ceremony was held on May 29, 2018 and included words of appreciation shared with all tradesmen involved with the project.

Hampstead Park rendering
The new Hampstead Park building is taking shape now that framing has been completed. The luxury condominiums will offer two- and three-bedroom plans as well as a study. Residences will have two assigned parking spaces and a storage locker in the garage. An elevator will service all three levels. The main-floor lobby will have a living area with fireplace that extends into a covered front porch.

The English-cottage inspired facade of the building will fit in well with nearby Mariemont homes. In the final phase of construction, half of the 18 condominiums have already been pre-sold. Patti Sibcy and Elaine Greiwe of Sibcy Cline Kenwood are selling the condominiums.

Hampstead Park is located one block from the village square. Residents will easily be able to walk and enjoy dining, shopping, ice cream at Graeter’s or a movie at the Mariemont Theatre.

This is the fifth Mariemont condominium development for Greiwe Development, North American Properties and Sibcy Cline Realtors. Other projects include: Jordan Park, Emery Park, Nolen Park and Livingood Park. (2770 Observatory is another lifestyle condominium building located in Hyde Park.)

Prospective home buyers can visit the nearby Livingood Park residences by appointment to appreciate the craftsmanship and value that Hampstead Park will bring.

Read an Enquirer article or Business Courier article about Hampstead Park.

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