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Logan Circle

Logan Circle offers one of the most well-balanced inventories of luxury real estate in Washington, DC. The neighborhood is home to some of the oldest and most elegant properties in the District, you’ll find newer and more modern residences as well, including condominium buildings. Logan Circle also boasts a number of adaptive reuse developments, those being buildings that been renovated from their original purpose to become upscale condos or townhouses.

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Logan Circle Real Estate Stats

Average Price $1.6M
Lowest Price $290K
Highest Price $21.5M
Total Listings 49
Avg. Price/SQFT $742

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This trendy community is roughly rectangular in shape, bordered by the U Street Corridor to the north, Shaw to the east, downtown DC to the south, and Dupont Circle to the west. It’s a highly walkable area with treelined streets, tons of great restaurants, indie shops, local theatre, art galleries, city parks, and a Whole Foods. In other words, there’s everything you could want from a small and intimate neighborhood, while also being very close to the action in all the surrounding neighborhoods.

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Located just a few blocks north of the White House, Logan Circle has gone through various changes since its early days of farmland and Civil War encampment. With a round traffic circle and inner park at its epicenter, the neighborhood saw a robust period of residential development typified by row houses in some truly magnificent styles, including variations of Victorian, such as Romanesque Revival, Queen Anne, and Gothic. During the early part of the 20th century, a section of 14th Street became home to car showrooms and repair shops, serving the nascent automobile industry.

Flash forward to the modern era, and you’ll find that the former auto showrooms along with some former churches and schools, have been repurposed into stunning loft condominiums complete with soaring ceilings, exposed ductwork, and fabulous upscale kitchens. Historic townhouses are still very much a staple item, restored, remodeled, and brought forward into the modern age with opened-up living areas and a wonderful blend of old and new. There are newer and very stylish condo buildings as well, adding to the real estate market’s enviable variety.

You’ll be close to everything, no matter where you choose to live in Logan Circle. And for those who like to step out for a bite to eat, the neighborhood is a particular delight. The 14th Street restaurant row features many of DC’s most popular eateries, including Le Diplomate, Estadio, Commissary, Logan Tavern, Compass Rose, Chicken + Whiskey, and so many more.

To learn more about luxury real estate in Logan Circle, call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-798-3600.

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Logan Circle, District of Columbia, FAQ’s

Q: What is a typical price range for luxury real estate in Logan Circle, DC?

A: It really depends on the type and size of the property. Historic rowhouses that have been nicely renovated can start in the low seven figures, climbing to mid seven-figure territory. One-bedroom luxury condos can start in the mid-six figures, while larger condos, lofts, and penthouses can soar well above $1 million.

Q: Is Logan Circle a walkable neighborhood?

A: Yes, it is highly walkable. In fact, it is one of the most pedestrian friendly communities in DC. It is small yet densely populated, encompassing an area that is about one-fifth of a square mile. That means that everything is easily accessible.

Q: Is there a Metro station in Logan Circle?

A: Not within the neighborhood itself, but there are next-door Metro stations in every direction, including Dupont Circle, Shaw-Howard University, Mt. Vernon Sq 7th Street, and Farragut North.

Q: How long would it take to walk from Logan Circle to the downtown area?

A: That depends on where your journey begins. Downtown is immediately adjacent Logan Circle to the south. So, the walk could be a couple blocks, or it could be more than 10 blocks if you start at Logan Circle’s northernmost part.


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