Washington, DC Apartments

Logan Circle is known for its traffic roundabout featuring a statue of Civil War general John Logan, and also for its beautiful Victorian-styled homes.This area is engulfed with a variety of arts, entertainment, and dining options, ensuring that new apartment renters will always stay entertained while feeling right at home. The following are a few popular activities that many current residents at Logan Circle love adding to their schedules. It is suggested by many that one should definitely visit the Logan Circle Park; filled with rich history dating back to the Civil War, this park is perfect for those who want to relax, take in some history, and perhaps have a picnic while people-watching. If you prefer watching shows and performances, the Studio Theatre is a great activity to add to your plans. Other highly recommended venues include: Gallery Plan B, Mary McLeod Bethune Council House, the Black Cat, and Logan Circle Heritage Trail. Of course the day isn't complete without a good meal! A few local favorites in the area include: Estadio, The Pig, Le Diplomate, ChurchKey, Radiator, Commissary DC, Logan Tavern, Ghibellina, Da Hong Pao Restaurant and Bar, Teak Wood, RICE, and Jinya Ramen Bar. The cost of living in Logan Circle is 7% higher than the Washington average and 59% higher than the national average. The average rent in Washington D.C is about $1,883 per month. For renters with children, the average school test scores in Logan Circle are 9% higher than the national average. (Renter Statistics Source: www.livability.com and www.areavibes.com)

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