Logan Station Condos For Sale | Logan Circle

Located at 1210 & 1224 R Street NW, Washington, DC 20009

Offering a fascinating blend of past and present is the Logan Station Condominium, located in—you guessed it—Logan Circle. Designed by Division 1 Architects and delivered by Bogdan Builders in 2007, this adaptive reuse project began with a wonderful Victorian row house built in 1895 and used it as the end-piece to complement a four-story modern complex with square black bays jutting out from a brick facade.

Condos for sale at Logan Station in Washington DC

Located at 1210 and 1224 R Street NW in Washington, DC’s 20009 zip code, this high end community offers 63 residential units and one ground floor commercial space. The complex wraps around the corner at Vermont Street. First floor units function as townhouses with individual street entrances, while upper floor units function as luxury flats. That’s apart from the penthouses, naturally, which are bi-level.

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As for the residences in the old restored row house, you’ll find townhouse layouts with up to 1400 square feet of space, plus beautiful bay windows, hardwood floors and all the same luxury amenities as is the newer building. Also worth noting is that all of the condos for sale come with parking and extra storage space.

Condos for sale at Logan Station come with a price, starting in the $400s for the smallest units and climbing up to over a million dollars. Sizes range from around 609 to 1756 square feet. Even the smallest units are plenty fancy, with 10-foot ceilings, premium finishes, hardwood floors, and gourmet kitchens with cherry cabinets, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. Plus, all units come with 42” plasma TVs as standard features. And then there’s the penthouses with exotic wood flooring, Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, and private roof terraces.

A pet-friendly community, Logan Station is on the northern side of the circle, and just a block from the Cardoza Playground and Shaw Rec Center. It’s also walking distance to both the U Street and Howard Metro Stations. There is also a nearby Whole Foods, Vida Fitness Metropole, and tons of great bars and restaurants.

Logan Circle, Then and Now

Logan Circle is one of Washington’s most popular residential neighborhoods, both for its central location and its vibrant blend of diverse culture and history. Much like the Logan Station condos—which marry a 19th century row house to brand-new modern construction—the neighborhood itself is also a story of then and now.

In 1791, Pierre L’Enfant, the original architect for the embryonic city of Washington, included Logan Circle in his first map. The neighborhood wasn’t actually a place where anybody lived at the time, nor did L’Enfant give it a name. In fact, there wasn’t even a circle. Instead, the area is marked by a triangular shape from which diagonal avenues radiate, along with a surrounding grid of north-south and east-west streets. Those wide avenues that ran through the District were yet to be built, and would become known as Rhode Island and Vermont Avenues. The triangle shape would become a circle, known as Iowa Circle in the mid-1800s and later renamed Logan Circle after John A. Logan, a union army general and congressman from Illinois.

Residential development didn’t become widespread in Logan Circle until the late 1800s, nearly a century after the District was first formed. Early row houses tended toward simple Federal designs, while homes and buildings from the later 1800s to early 1900s reflected more ornate styles, often in Victorian, Second Empire, Richardsonian Romanesque and Neo-Classical designs. But Logan Circle is also known for the many architectural forms that would follow, including Art Deco, International, Contemporary and Modern.

From original historic buildings to adaptive reuse developments such as Logan Station, as well as a number of modern industrial designs along Logan Circle’s Auto Row on Church Street, this is a community with a wide array of condos for sale. As indicated earlier, it’s also a neighborhood with lots of great bars, restaurants, gyms, green spaces and the ever popular Studio Theatre.

Getting Around Logan Circle

Logan Circle does not have its own neighborhood Metro station. But as mentioned above, the U Street and Howard stations are close by, as is the Dupont Circle Metro to the west. Residents at Logan Station have access to parking which makes transit even more convenient—you can zip right down 14th or 16th Street to the White House, the National Mall and Downtown DC for instance.

Additionally, this is super walk and bike-friendly place. With a Walk Score of 96 and a Bike Score of 95, Logan Circle rates in the Top 5 of DC’s most walkable places! So whether you’re into Metrorail transit, driving your own vehicle or simply strolling or pedaling, this is a very convenient place to live. To learn more about condos for sale at Logan Station or other buildings in the city, call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-798-3600.

 

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Listing information last updated on November 18th, 2019 at 6:45pm EST.

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