Logan Circle Real Estate
Washingtonians love this almost-downtown D.C. subculture for its hip posture, eclectic architecture and colorful zing of restaurants, bars and shops. Amidst condominium apartments, townhouses and elegant homes thrive families, ball games, bicycles and strollers. Practically everything you need in life lies at your fingertips in this eminently walkable area of D.C. With the green space of Logan Circle steps from your (new) doorstep thrives a dense population vibing with excitement. Logan is the only 100% residential circle in the city.
- Logan Circle Park
- Studio Theater
- Gallery Plan B
- Mary McLeod Bethune Memorial Museum
- Logan Circle House Tour
A Little History:
The area was named after Union army general John Logan as depicted in a bronze equestrian statue in the center of the circle. During the Civil War, Logan Circle was used as a refugee’s camp for freed slaves from Virginia and Maryland. At the turn of the 20th century, Logan was recognized as a social and artistic hub for African Americans in Washington.