Logan Station Condominiums

Located at 1210 R Street NW, Washington, DC 20009 | Logan Circle

Few condominium developments in Washington, DC offer a more interesting and effective combination of modern and historic sensibilities than Logan Station. Located in the northeastern part of the lively Logan Circle neighborhood, this popular condominium was designed by Division 1 Architects and completed by Bogdan Builders. The team began by renovating a lovely Victorian rowhouse dating back to 1895, and then extending east along R Street to the corner of Vermont Avenue.

The four-story Logan Station condo community is now home to 63 units, with a stunning variety of models from flats to multi-level residences. It begins with chic studios that are as efficient as 430 square feet, and steadily progresses to one, two, and even three-bedroom layouts, topping out around 1,700 square feet. The Logan Circle neighborhood is well-known for its inventive housing developments from new to old, and often merging eras of construction that can be more than 100 years apart. A small sampling includes the Berret School Lofts, Cooper Lewis, Citta 50, and Rainbow Lofts.

More About Logan Station, Washington, DC

The pet-friendly Logan Station condos and townhouses are a couple north of the Logan Circle traffic roundabout with its grassy inner greenspace, and two blocks west of the Cardoza Playground and Shaw Dog Park. The complex offers a handsome blend of contemporary and traditional styles with block black bays projecting out from the red brick facades. The renovated townhome residences at the original structure combine both vintage and modern interiors, while the significantly larger number of condos in the new building are bright, airy, and open. There are a variety of hardwood floor finishes, along with high ceilings, oversized windows, and gourmet kitchens with stone counters, designer cabinetry, and stainless steel appliances. Many of the units have private outdoor spaces of some sort, including patios at the ground level and roof decks for the penthouses. The building has a parking garage, extra storage lockers, and in-unit washers and dryers.

Logan Circle is one of Washington, DC’s oldest neighborhoods, although it was primarily farmland until the late 1800s when residential development ramped up. All these years later, it is a vibrant neighborhood that melds old and new, with both residential and commercial appeal. Residents of Logan Station condos enjoy a terrific location with amenities and attractions in virtually all directions. The famed 14th Street restaurant row with hotspots like Sette Osteria, Le Diplomate, and Ted’s Bulletin are just a few blocks west. The Shaw Dog Park is two blocks away, and U Street Corridor with its arts and entertainment is just to the north. Also worth noting is the nearby Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, and the 14th and U Farmers Market.

To learn more about condos for sale at Logan Station, please call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-400-3040.

Logan Station, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: Would I be allowed to have a dog at Logan Station?

A: Yes, pets are welcome. Your four-legged pal might enjoy visiting the nearby Shaw Dog Park.

Q: What Metrorail stations are in the area?

A: The U Street Station is about 0.4 miles north, and the Shaw-Howard University Metro is about 0.6 miles east.

Q: Do the condos at Logan Station have air conditioners?

A: Yes, the residences have central heating and air conditioning.

Q: Where are the Smithsonian museums in relationship to Logan Circle?

A: The National Mall along with multiple Smithsonian museums is approximately two miles south of Logan Circle.

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