Logan Circle-DC

The neighborhood’s high walkability and heavy saturation make it almost self-contained. With a blend of styles including Gothic and Romanesque Revival, the Victorian houses still line the neighborhood’s streets first appeared in the closing decades of the 19th century.

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Average Price $1.1M
Lowest Price $1.8K
Highest Price $4.3M
Total Listings 55
Avg. Days On Market 92
Avg. Price/SQFT $599

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While the exact boundaries of Logan Circle vary depending on whom you speak with, the neighborhood is commonly considered to be between Thomas Circle (to the south), S or T Street NW (to the north) and 15th and 10th Streets NW (to the west and east, respectively). In the mid-1800s, before the Civil War, Logan Circle was mostly farmland and was officially known as Iowa Circle (unofficially: “Blodget’s Wilderness”). During the Civil War, the circle itself was infamous as a place of public execution for deserters and spies. In the opening decades of the 20th century, the neighborhood developed its reputation as “Automobile Row” for the car garages and showrooms that lined 14th Street. The circle officially changed its name in 1930 to Logan Circle, after the Union commander John A. Logan. Nearly 40 years later, the riots in the late 1960s tore apart much of the city, Logan Circle included; for the 25 years that followed, the neighborhood was rife with prostitution, drug abuse, and homelessness. The last twenty years have been a renaissance period driven by development.