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The Logan’s million-dollar condos hit all the marks

By Michele Lerner
The Washington Post – May 9

Million-dollar condos, once a rarity in the Washington region, may be more common than in the past but they’re still surprising. What makes a condo worth that price often includes a prime location, plenty of space, high-end finishes and a splashy floor plan.

The Logan, a new six-unit condominium development at 1310 Q St. NW where the units are priced from $1.150 million to $2.845 million, hits all those buttons.

Several factors make the Logan different from typical condo developments in the city: Each unit has a different floor plan with private elevator access. The condos have 1,600 to 3,500 square feet. Each has private outdoor space. And the construction standards are exceptionally high.


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SCOUTED REAL ESTATE: THE LOGAN

The Scout Guide – May 1

The Logan, a new development from Washington Fine Properties agents Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy, is a true marriage of tradition and innovation. It is comprised of the original Logan Circle house, built in 1887 which was previously a bed and breakfast, and a new building that was constructed on the adjacent lot. The Logan now houses six impeccably crafted flats that take luxury living to a new level of sophistication. The flats feature traditional touches mixed with fresh finishes and cater to the desires of today’s most discerning tastemakers. 
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Inside Logan Circle’s newest, priciest condo development

Curbed DC – BY 

On May 4, Washington, D.C. will get a brand new, upscale condominium project, called The Logan. Located at 1310 Q Street NW in the Logan Circle neighborhood, this project will feature five units and one penthouse, ranging in price from $1.15 million to $2,845,000.
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Trump Cabinet A Boon to Washington, D.C.’s Luxury Market

APR 27, 2017

A new report has shed light on what many have speculated since President Donald Trump took office: that the apparently wealthiest cabinet in history will boost the luxury property market in and around the nation’s capital.

The average price of luxury homes in Washington, D.C., surged 32.6% to $2.7 million in the first quarter, as a result of several deals by new cabinet members, according to Redfin’s luxury market report published Thursday. Redfin defines luxury homes as the top 5% most expensive homes in the city.

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