The Logan 13 condominium is at the juncture between the high-rise apartment and office buildings of downtown Washington and the elegant, lower-density row houses of the Logan Circle neighborhood. Our design reflects this transitional context. The project uses materials—brick and terra cotta—that are common to many buildings in the area. Saw-tooth bay windows capitalize on views up and down 13th street. The seemingly arbitrary angles of balconies and canopies actually align with the axes of nearby Vermont and Massachusetts avenues, connecting the building with the larger city plan.
50,000 SF Residential
Photography © Anice Hoachlander