Logan Circle

Vibrant neighborhood loved by its residents with plenty of restaurants and bars
The vibrant area has several restaurants, bars, and boutiques which also includes a touch of history with performing arts and architecture. Activities from plays at Studio Theater, concerts at Black Cat to happy hours at Al Fresco will surely keep you entertained. On the weekends you can enjoy barbecue and beer at Garden District and Sunday brunch at Masa 14.
Median rents in Logan Circle
Studio
$
1725
1 Bedroom
$
2195
2 Bedroom
$
3289

Living in
Logan Circle

Happening area
Pet Friendly
Moderately Commercialized
Walkable
Best Neighborhood
Friendly Locals
Popular bars and restaurants nearby
Clean
Safe
Family Oriented
Expensive
Great music clubs
Logan Circle — 8.1/10 Rating (based on 11 neighborhood reviews)
Logan Circle has become the 'It" neighborhood in DC for a wide swath of DC residents. The 14th Street corridor has become a gastro destination with many of DC top restaurants located on the strip. From the large Whole Foods on P Street, to the newly opened Trader Joes on 14th Street there are tons of food shopping options. Add to the mix the Studio theater and the Blackcat nightclub/Music venue residents can also get their culture fix. There are also a variety of other retail, speciality and service offerings in this happening area. Lets not forget the actual park that the neighborhood gets its name after, which provides a great park to lounge, play with your dog, or simply catch up on some reading.
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Windsor House
Logan Circle is just next to the 14th street corridor. There's a lot to do, beautiful homes, and safe, clean sidewalks. Street parking is available and there are great restaurant, bars, shopping, and transit options. Whole Foods is right there, but if you have a growing distaste for that chain (like we do), there's also a Trader Joes and Giant.
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7
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Bentley
I think this is the best location if you want to be in DC and work in McLean. Unfortunately, having to be close to the Silver line somewhat limits where you can live in DC (unless you want to transfer metro lines). While my commute could still take up to an hour, I think it is worth it because Logan Circle has so many great restaurants and bars. Also, I can very easily walk to a ton of other neighborhoods (Dupont, Shaw, etc.)
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Latrobe Apartments
The neighborhood is great. I'm a ten-minute walk from the McPherson Square Metro stop, DuPont Circle, and only 15 minutes from U St.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Post Massachusetts Avenue
Its is a fairly nice neighborhood with a lot of families. It is quiet and doesn't have almost any criminal activity. It is a great place to start a family
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Andover House
Logan Circle is the best place to be in DC. Less commercialized than dupont yet still a 4 minute walk. Walking distance to Chinatown, U street, and its on 14th. The bars and restaurants feel more small business and localized. People are always out and about.
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10
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Post Massachusetts Avenue
Logan Circle has been a great place to live. Very walk-able to public transportation and grocery stores. Lots of pets around and friendly people. Near good food and bars as well.
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
1301 Thomas Circle
This part of town has gentrified drastically in a short amount of time. That comes with the good and the bad. There are so many developments going up that it has misplaced the communities that once lived here. However, there are still hip old tropes of those communities up and down U St and 14th St. Ethiopian dive restaurants, to great music clubs, and a safe, lively gay scene, this is a booming part of town.
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7
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Town Terrace West
I recently moved to 14th Street near Logan Circle, and couldn't be happier with my decision! After having lived in Adams Morgan, Bloomingdale, and Friendship Heights, I can truly say that I've never had the combination of neighborhood charm and proximity to amenities that I do in this location. I feel safe in my above-restaurant apartment building, and I live south enough of the bars that it is quiet at night. Very close to Whole Foods and Trader Joes.
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6
/10
Neighborhood Rating
1318 14th Street NW #216
Pros: close to everything, good bars/restaurants, good local businesses, dog-friendly

Cons: Expensive, losing some of its character as area becomes richer
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6
/10
Neighborhood Rating
1225 Lofts
Logan Circle is a really ideal neighborhood- it's kind of in the center of a bunch of other neighborhoods which means you're in the middle of everything. There's a Whole Foods, CVS, Trader Joe's, and Safeway within walking distance plus a ton of restaurants and bars.
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10
/10
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Latrobe Apartments


Getting to Know
Logan Circle

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundary: 15th St NW to 10th St NW
North to South Boundary: S St NW to M St NW
dining
ChurchKey
Estadio
Great Wall Szechuan House
Le Diplomate
Logan Tavern
Pearl Dive Oyster Palace
Sweetgreen
The Pig
grocery
Capitol Supermarket
Whole Foods
convenience
CVS Pharmacy
fitness
B Fit
Body Sculpting By Emmanuel
CrossFit DC
Flow Yoga Center
Fuse Pilates
parks
Shaw Dog Park
coffee
Peregrine Espresso
Slipstream
About your Neighbors
Data from the 2013 American Community Survey

Zip Codes
Logan Circle includes zip codes 20005, 20001, and 20009
Rent vs Own
64.30
%
of Logan Circle residents are renters
Driving to Work
27.50
%
of Logan Circle residents drive to work
New Construction
18.80
%
of housing units in Logan Circle have been built in the last 15 years
Building Types
25.50
%
<20 units
14.90
%
20-49 units
59.60
%
50+ units
Demographics
Children (under 18)
6.00
%
18 - 34
48.50
%
35 - 54
29.50
%
55+
16.00
%
Unit Mix
24.90
%
Studio
42.80
%
1 Bed
23.10
%
2 Bed
9.10
%
3+ Bed
Occupation or Education
Working Professional
75.30
%
Undergrad Student
4.30
%
Grad Student
6.00
%
Unemployed
4.00
%
Retired
9.50
%
What Logan Circle Residents Think About Their Apartments
overall
7.7
value
7.7
amenities
6.0
social
7.0
management
7.7
safety
7.5

Best Apartments
in Logan Circle


Studio $1,850
1 Bed $2,100

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Studio $1,955
1 Bed $2,410
2 Beds $3,355

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Studio $1,700
1 Bed $2,400

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Studio $1,943
1 Bed $2,088
2 Beds $3,433

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1 Bed $2,650

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Studio $1,940
1 Bed $2,515
2 Beds $3,440

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