A living room at Elysium Logan's model residence.
Construction at one of the most impeccably designed condominium developments in DC, Elysium Logan by Madison Investments, is now complete. With 65% of the 32 residences already sold, Elysium Logan, located in the heart of Logan Circle, has a variety of two bedroom homes, with high-end accents, designer appliances and luxury amenities, still available.
A kitchen at Elysium Logan's model residence.
The condominiums at Elysium Logan are spread over eight floors, each offering luxury finishes such as kitchens with high-end cabinetry palettes from Poggenpohl, geometric designed Kräus sinks, quartz countertops, porcelain tile backsplashes and stainless steel Bosch and Thermador appliances.
Every detail in the bathrooms at Elysium Logan have been expertly-crafted with Porcelanosa tile, large soaking tubs and showers with frameless glass doors. Additional bathroom features include french gray and white pine vanities, quartz countertops and modern-style lighting. All bathrooms feature custom Waterworks fixtures that are a unique blend of industrial and simplistic influences.
A bedroom at Elysium Logan's model residence.
Three exclusive penthouses offer private outdoor terraces, private elevator access, stunning views of DC and up to 2,400 square feet of living space. Lower level two bedroom homes measure between 1,500 and 1,800 square feet.
A bathroom at Elysium Logan's model residence.
The walker-friendly neighborhood is steps from everything that Logan Circle and the 14th Street Corridor have to offer, including restaurants such as Le Diplomate, B Too and Doi Moi; Logan Circle park; Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s; VIDA Fitness and Zengo Cycle; and much more. With Shaw and Mt. Vernon Square Metro stations nearby, the entire city is truly outside your front door (map).
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