Living in Logan Circle, D.C.

The beautiful, historic Logan Circle, D.C., area is a vibrant and refined neighborhood in Washington, D.C. Residents of this upscale neighborhood enjoy a mix of quiet streets, beautiful architecture, and immediate access to the city's amenities and entertainment. The neighborhood is especially perfect for those who love a little outdoor space, but don't need a home with a backyard. The charming neighborhood features a small park that's perfect for picnics and other outdoor activities.

14th st cafe in Logan Circle, Washington, D.C.

Housing in Logan Circle

From small townhouses to large, multi-family units and sprawling single-family homes, the Logan Circle neighborhood offers a great mix of housing options. Many of the larger Logan Circle homes for sale have been around for quite some time, giving the neighborhood its signature charm and character.

Many of the properties in Logan Circle D.C. have been converted into multi-family properties, with single-family homes now divided among several renters. For many property owners, this presents an opportunity to live in a portion of their home while receiving rental income as well.

Logan Circle sign in Logan Circle, Washington, D.C.

What Logan Circle Has to Offer

Sandwiched between the trendy northwest neighborhoods of Shaw and Dupont Circle, Logan Circle offers the best of all worlds when it comes to transportation and attractions. The neighborhood is located less than a mile away from wonderful amenities, like Whole Foods on P Street and plenty of restaurants, or the quick-service salad spots to longstanding Italian eateries.

Logan Circle is also a great spot for public transportation. The G2 bus transports residents up and down P street, while the D.C. Metro stations for Dupont Circle, Mount Vernon Square, and Shaw are just a short walk away.

Man walking his dog in Logan Circle, Washington, D.C.

Fun Facts about Logan Circle

Logan Circle is the only 100 percent residential traffic circle in downtown DC. The neighborhood is also steeped in history. On Memorial Day, the neighborhood hosts a commemoration for General Logan, a Civil War hero for whom the neighborhood was named.

Thanks to a recent renovation from the National Parks Service, Logan Circle is home to one of the most beautiful public spaces in all of D.C. The grassy park at the neighborhood's center helps to create a friendly, local vibe for the families and young, single professionals who inhabit this beautiful area.


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