A rendering of the roof terrace at Logan13.
Hardhat tours start this week at Logan13, the 67-residence Logan Circle condo development that anticipates a September delivery. Prospective buyers can now get a first-hand sense of Logan13’s floor plans and the building’s fantastic views, which include landmarks as far as the National Cathedral and the Catholic Basilica from penthouse residences.
A rendering of a kitchen at Logan13.
At Logan13’s current pre-construction rates, residences are priced starting in the $300s for one-bedrooms; $699,000 for two-bedroom residences; and $1.1 million for penthouse residences.
Logan13‘s studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom residences range in size from 450 square feet to almost 1,200 square feet. The eight penthouse residences include both one- and two-bedroom layouts and all have private terraces. Most include balconies, and all residents will have access to a large common roof space, with a stainless steel grilling station and well-appointed furniture.
The view looking northeast from Logan13‘s penthouse level.
Every residence will include a Nest Thermostat and features like Bosch stainless steel appliances and front-loading washer/dryers. Finishes are contemporary-European and include quartz Caesarstone countertops and backsplashes, and wide plank flooring throughout by Kaindl. Storage spaces and underground parking are available at additional cost.
Logan13 is located on 13th Street NW between N and O streets (map) just steps from 14th Street’s many amenities. Whole Foods, Estadio, VIDA Fitness, Birch & Barley, Le Diplomate and The Coffee Bar are all within minutes by foot.
Founded in the 1950s, Holladay Corporation, the firm behind Logan13, developed The Matrix on 14th Street, as well as The Rutherford, which is located just three doors down from Logan13.
McWilliams|Ballard is handling sales for Logan13 out of the company’s Logan Circle sales gallery at 1416 P Street NW. To make an appointment, please visit Logan13 online here.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/hardhat_tours_begin_at_logan_circles_luxury_logan13/11121
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