Logan Station: Upscale Living in Logan Circle
The luxurious condos of Logan Station reflect the architecture and historic character of this charming neighborhood with 100-year old elegant homes, Logan Circle, in the heart of DC. The detailed features and finishes are designed to attract the uncompromising taste of upscale buyers. Quality and value form the backbone of Logan Station in its custom craftsmanship of its building as well as the interiors of its residences. The refined lobby complements contemporary glass, Italian marble and dark wood complete with a concierge and elevator. Logan Station is conveniently located walking distance from the Metro’s Green Line at the U Street Station and close to the Red Line at Dupont Circle.
From your doorstep of Logan Station, gas flame lamps and brick sidewalks lead residents to a wide number of restaurants and nightlife attractions, coffee shops, furniture stores and theaters as well as wine bars, sidewalk cafes, nightclubs, boutique shops, the Studio Theatre and a Whole Foods market. Tucked among the charming Victorian homes that Logan Circle is known for, Logan Station is designed as a Victorian-style condo community to look like attached row houses. The 4-story building features 63 luxury condos with 1 bedroom, 2 bedrooms with Den Penthouse and 2 bedrooms with Den. They range in size from 609-1,756 square feet with outdoor space.
Logan Station is tucked in a quiet location; yet close enough to the action, at R Street between 15th Street and Vermont Avenue, NW. The first floor units are townhouse-like with individual street entrances; upper level units are a more traditional condo design. Penthouses offer 2-level duplex plan with balconies or terraces. Top appointments in the luxurious condo residences at 1210 & 1224 R Street, NW, are smartly designed with premium features, including hardwood floors, open living spaces, sleek modern premium Kohler fixtures, secure access entry into the building, stainless steel appliances, cabinetry with under-cabinet lights, granite countertops, and 10-foot ceilings. The walls of windows take advantage of natural light and DC area views. Penthouses have Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances in kitchens and Italian marble in baths.