Logan Circle Condos

You’ll find something for everyone when it comes to condominium choices in Logan Circle. Ideally located just north of Downtown Washington, DC, this historic neighborhood features an extraordinary combination of new and old, as well as numerous condos that simply weren’t intended for living in their previous incarnations. Exactly what does this mean? The answer lies in former autobody shops, schools, and even churches that now exist as housing.

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The centrally located community with a traffic circle in the middle offers historic rowhouse conversions, new modern structures, mid-century classics, and the aforementioned adaptive reuse buildings, which simply means that they have been adapted and converted to condo units. There also an amazing collection of restaurants, infinitely walkable streets and sidewalks, and some fantastic neighboring communities including Dupont Circle to the west, the U Street Corridor to the north, Shaw to the east, and Penn Quarter and Central/Downtown to the south.

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he neighborhood dates back to the earliest mapping of the federal city. The landscaped inner park was originally known as Iowa Circle and was home to Camp Barker for freed slaves during the Civil War era. Horse-drawn streetcars along 14th Street were introduced in the early 1860s, prompting a new trend of residential development in the form of rowhouses and early apartment buildings. That trend continued into the early 20th century with electric streetcars coming into play. But the dawn of the horseless carriage was also on hand, and multiple automobile showrooms and repair shops cropped up in the area.

By the end of the century a new trend had emerged. Washington, DC has long been pressed for housing and available properties, especially in historic districts where teardowns can be frowned upon. Those old car showrooms along 14th Street and side roads like Church Street were ripe for redevelopment, and before long, new hipster condo developments were emerging. Rainbow Lofts, The Matrix, and Lofts 14 are a few examples of upscale condominiums along the former Auto Row. You’ll also find converted schoolhouses like Berret School Lofts, and developments like Bishop’s Gate, once a chapel and now townhouses with high ceilings and modern touches. Not all condos in Logan Circle are historic or unusual. There are also contemporary and modern properties like 11 Park, and Sola Piazza, as well as true hybrids such as Cooper Lewis, a modern glass and steel boutique condominium that envelops the old Pelz Building, with exposed interior brick walls dating all the way back to 1897.

One of the most walkable neighborhoods in the entire District, Logan Circle features an amazing selection of restaurants along its 14th Street corridor, including Le Diplomate, Logan Tavern, Stoney’s on P Street, Barcelona Wine Bar, Chicken + Whiskey, Birch & Barley, JINYA Ramen Bar, Commissary, and countless others. The foodie scene in Logan Circle easily rivals other top DC areas such as next-door Dupont Circle, Adams Morgan, and Downtown. There’s lots of other conveniences and attractions as well, such as a Whole Foods Market, the legendary Studio Theatre, a favorite farmers’ market, and the beautifully landscaped circle green itself. It’s simply one of the best places to live in Washington, DC.
To learn more about condos for sale in Logan Circle, please call Andre Perez at District Partners, 202-400-3040.

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Logan Circle Condos, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: Are there any dog parks near Logan Circle?

A: The Shaw Dog Park is actually within the boundaries of Logan Circle at its eastern edge.

Q: How far is it from Logan Circle to the White House?

A: The distance is a little over a mile, via 14th Street to I Street.

Q: Where are most of the restaurants in Logan Circle?

A: While the 14th Street corridor is a celebrated restaurant row, you will find many other eateries within the Logan Circle community.

Q: Is Logan Circle considered a walkable neighborhood?

A: According to the Walk Score website, Logan Circle is a Walker’s Paradise with a lofty score of 98.


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