Logan Circle

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Largely regarded as one of DC’s trendiest neighborhoods, the Logan Circle of today is far different than its past. This walkable neighborhood was mostly just farmland and wilderness prior to the mid-1800s.

The end of the 19th century, however, ushered in some Victorian-style homes that still stand along neighborhood streets today. By the early 20th century, Logan Circle had transformed itself once again, this time by taking on the moniker “Automobile Row”.

Logan Circle was best known at that time for its many car showrooms and garages, especially those lining 14th street. The neighborhood gained its current namesake in the early 1930s with a nod to a former Civil War commander with the last name of Logan.

Decades later, unrest in Logan Circle

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Home prices are on the rise in certain neighborhoods, especially when it comes to Logan Circle. In fact, it’s said that home prices in Logan Circle have skyrocketed in recent years as the neighborhood continues to attract new residents.

The secret is definitely out as more and more people come to experience all that the neighborhood has to offer. Amazon’s new HQ2 is helping drive some of the demand for the region.

Logan Circle recently ranked extremely high on the list of the fastest rising home prices in the metro DC area. The H Street Corridor also finished strong.

Analysts looked at high demand when comparing the increase in the median sales price this year compared to last year. They also looked at the decrease in the median number of

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 Grace Church - 350 9th St SE

If the thought of living in a more unique setting appeals to you, consider one of the many DC properties that offer up the opportunity to live in a former house of worship. One of the first such conversions in DC is now referred to as The Grace Church Condominiums. This Capitol Hill property changed over in the late 1980s, but the trend has really started to take off in more recent years. While many major cities are left with old industrial buildings to transform into loft-style condos, DC is more unique.

The district’s overflowing with hundreds of churches. Instead of tearing down some of the old, unused church buildings in the area, developers are repurposing some of them into new residential buildings.

One of the newest is The Bell Tower at

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The Matrix - 1529 14th St NW DC

They are some of DC’s coolest condo buildings today, but all share a unique history. Many of them use used to be auto showrooms. While it may be hard to imagine these days, the neighborhood of Logan Circle once gained the moniker of “Automobile Row”, due to the many garages and showrooms that spanned 14th Street.

While the neighborhood had its ups and downs over the years, many of those old properties have more recently been transformed into exciting residential properties. They may retain some of the original architecture, but the interiors are refreshingly modern.

In particular, The Matrix on 14th Street was once home to a car dealership. These days you won’t find parked vehicles for sale, but rather loft-style condos topping retail space.

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solar panels - washington dcPhoto: Rich Renomeron

While courtyards and nearby parks may first come to mind when you think of DC’s green space, some of its condo buildings are trending “green” in an entirely new way. A number of buildings are going green literally from the top down.

Last year, in fact, Green Roofs for Healthy Cities announced that DC had more green roofs installed the previous year, at least in terms of square footage, than anywhere else. In 2017 the District counted more than one-million square feet of green rooftops.

In total, other figures suggest DC already counts more than three-million square feet of green roofs. To gain “green roof status” a building would have to have a permanent green area on either the building’s roof or on a mid-building ledge or

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northern exchange - 1401 r st nw dc

For industrial style lofts in Logan, it’s worth exploring the possibilities of Northern Exchange. The conversion property offers up choices ranging from studios to two-bedroom units, with three-dozen different residences found within the five-story property.

Originally constructed at the turn-of-the-century for a telephone company, the building was later converted into loft-style condos by PN Hoffman just a few years ago, and delivered in 2013. Starting at around 500 square feet of living space, some of the largest units of Northern Exchange command around 1,000 square feet of living space.

New buyers and residents are treated to stainless steel appliances and some private terraces for desirable outdoor space. As well, other additions include

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lofts 14 - 1401 church st nw dc

DC Condo Boutique team member Matt Koerber represented the buyer of a condo at Lofts 14 located at 1401 Church Street NW #314, Washington, DC 20005 in the Logan Circle neighborhood. This loft-style condo features 1 BR | 1 BA | 795 SF and closed on October 26th, 2018 for $730,000 | $918 SF. One parking space conveyed with this transaction.

Lofts 14 is located at the corner of Church Street and 14th Street in the Logan Circle neighborhood. The building was originally an automobile showroom and condo units offer glimpses of this former industrial use. The building was converted to condos in 2006 by Metropolis Development.

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elysium logan - 1427 rhode island ave nw dc

A recently delivered luxury condo development is quickly nearing a sellout, with available units of Elysium Logan going fast. In fact, only a few more units remain for sale within this exceptional new building.

The Logan Circle community sits just steps away from some of the District’s most vibrant entertainment offerings, with upscale floor plans sure to appeal to many of the region’s most discriminating buyers. Offering the option of one-, two- and even three-bedroom designs, the eight-story development is filled with nearly three-dozen individual condos.

Remaining options include some stunning penthouse level units, each featuring its own private outdoor space and spectacular 360-degree views of the surrounding area. Coming in two-story

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the eleven - 1111 11th st nw dc

DC Condo Boutique team member Jackson Verville represented the buyer of a condo at the Eleven located at 1111 11th Street NW #806, Washington, DC 20001 in the Logan Circle neighborhood. This condo features 2 BR | 2 BA | 991 SF and closed on September 29th, 2018 for $649,900 | $656 SF. One parking space conveyed with this transaction.

This corner-unit condo is washed in light and features open living with a modern kitchen and breakfast bar. This condo features Bamboo floors, bedroom suites and ample closets. The Eleven is pet-friendly and building amenities include a roof deck and patio. The Eleven is located on 11th Street NW between L Street and M Street.

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11park - 1628 11th st nw dc

An exciting new development is now selling at the crossroads of two of DC’s most distinct and enviable neighborhoods. Set between Shaw and Logan Circle, the condos of 11Park sit within a former office building, recently converted into two-dozen flats and a handful of townhouses.

Some units are immediately available in the building, where flats are priced starting from the $500,000s and townhomes are priced starting above $1 million. Options include a one-bedroom or two-bedroom flat, some with balconies. Options also exist for a two-or three-bedroom townhouse, some of which additionally offer private terraces and a den.

Each unit within 11Park, meanwhile, includes the luxury of high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows. Other common features of

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