Logan Circle

Logan Circle, located just east of Dupont Circle, has recently been striving to live up to the reputation of its famous neighbor. The neighborhood is nestled just a few blocks northeast of the White House, and enjoys a prime downtown location, while at the same time the actual circle on 13th and P streets the area was named after remains 100% residential. Twenty years ago, it was a crime-ridden and rather let-down neighborhood, but now its increasing popularity has made Logan Circle one of the most densely populated areas in D.C.

Right Within Reach

The gentrification efforts in late 20th and early 21st centuries have completely revitalized Logan Circle. The arrival of Whole Foods on P Street in 2000 kicked it off, turning Logan Circle into a neighborhood for potential greatness. In the following years, investment driving commercial development along P Street and 14th Street saw to the rise of a myriad of retailers, restaurants, art galleries and entertainment venues. Now, the 14th street is lined with small pubs, grills and restaurants, such as Posto, ChurchKey and Logan Tavern, in addition to a variety of small specialty shops and independent stores.

Close proximity to a great variety of shopping, dining and entertainment options is what made demand for housing in the area so high. Logan Circle has earned the reputation of a vibrant and energetic pedestrian-friendly neighborhood, providing all the comforts of modern urban lifestyle. Although there is no metro station in the area, residents say they have everything they need right at their fingertips, and that’s exactly what makes Logan Circle so appealing.

Complete Housing Stock Makeover

The commercial boom put the previously low-profile Logan Circle came in the center of attention for house seekers, and it wasn’t long before developers like Monte Hoffman and Jim Abdo realized the neighborhood’s potential. The area’s dilapidated and run-down Victorian row houses were renovated and transformed into modern developments consisting of beautiful three or four-unit condos. New projects such as the Solo Piazza, Metropole and the Icon also popped up, diversifying the real estate market with modern apartment offers. Due to its increasing popularity, Logan Circle quickly saw a great increase in population, and developers are struggling to keep up with the demand for housing. Still, various size condos, modern apartments and townhouses frequently pop up for sale, with prices starting at $450,000 for a townhouse and $200,000 for a single-bedroom condo unit, while the median home value is around $582,000.

Residents say that Logan Circle is one of the best examples of how commercial development can completely reinvent a neighborhood. Providing diverse housing options, all the necessary amenities and plenty of recreation, shopping and dining options, Logan Circle is a prime example of an energetic urban neighborhood, perfect for young professionals, graduates and small families.


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Listing information last updated on October 22nd, 2017 at 1:11am CDT.