Welcome to Logan Circle
You can find Logan Circle where traditions and trends converge to create a turn of the century neighborhood. And in a more literal sense, you can find Logan Circle slightly off its namesake traffic roundabout. Anyone who is local to Logan Circle has certainly explored its main thoroughfare, 14th Street NW. Here, you'll find residents perusing retail stores by day and coming back at nightfall for the neighborhood's bustling nightlife scene. There's always something happening around Logan Circle—and we happen to think you'd love it here!
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Live, Work, and Play in Logan Circle
Logan Circle is known for drawing in a fashionable crowd, largely due to its selection of national brand names and stylish local shops. Just as eccentric as its name implies, Miss Pixie's Furnishing & Whatnot is frequented for its retro collection of art pieces and antique furniture. And if you're willing to go off the beaten path a bit, Room & Board sells its artisan-crafted furniture out of a renovated vintage car showroom. You can deck out your new home's kitchen with locally made crafts and decor from Salt & Sundry, or you could always go the more traditional route with classic pieces from West Elm.
It's not uncommon to be exploring around Logan Circle and be wondering what exactly it is that you're looking at—many of the neighborhood's restaurants are housed in converted historic buildings. A prime example is Bar Pilar, an Ernest Hemingway-theme restaurant that we like to say has delicious written all over it. If you want some French-inspired fare without taking a trip around the world, you can walk down the street to Le Diplomate. This sidewalk cafe serves up only the most classic French plates, including a multi-tiered tower of seafood. The Colado Shop, Doi Moi, and Seven Reasons are few more favorites for when you're craving some international flavors.
Even if you don't have children, you'll still benefit from Logan Circle's proximity to the area's top public schools—they can actually help increase property values over time. Most younger residents of Logan Circle are zoned for District of Columbia Public Schools, a highly rated district that serves more than 48,000 students. Many children may also opt to attend nearby charter schools, with Center City Public Charter Schools being one of the most popular choices. Serving students in kindergarten through eighth grade, Center City PCS teaches a curriculum that's focused on humanities and liberal arts.
Do you imagine yourself coming home to your condo that's located right in the heart of the city, just to drop off your bags and go back out to explore the city? Living in Logan Circle places you among the DC Metro area's best company, including the hip storefronts along 14th Street NW, the historical statue at the neighborhood's roundabout, and charming brick-coated homes. Logan Circle features a variety of condo and townhome listings, many of which boast rare access to private rooftop terraces. Here in Logan Circle, there's no such thing as a cramped condo—this neighborhood's properties are known for being surprisingly spacious.
Wondering What's Around?
Our Favorite Local Picks
El Centro D.F.
Everyone has that one local Mexican food joint that they love—and for Logan Circle residents, it's El Centro D.F., where tacos and margaritas are the main characters.Try Mexican Classics »
Experience Broadway right here in Logan Circle with the Studio Theatre's comedies, dramas, and musicals. Housed in renovated industrial building, this theatre's setting is as forward-thinking as its lineup of plays.Catch a Show »
Logan Circle Roundabout
Besides being the origin of the entire neighborhood's name, Logan Circle is significant because it's the city's last remaining residential roundabout.Explore the Area »
This two-level music hall is the place to be on the weekends, with nightly music acts and an on-site cafe. Upstairs is where you'll find the stage, and downstairs, you'll discover a lounge area complete with arcade games.Visit Black Cat »
Ready to Live in Logan Circle?
If you're eager to find your new home in Logan Circle or another Metro DC community, Fleisher-Arrowood is here to assist you. We have what it takes to help you navigate every step of the buying process, and you can always reach out to us with any questions.
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