Logan Circle (originally Iowa Circle), named after Civil War General and Democratic Senator John A. Logan, lies northeast of downtown Washington at the intersection of Vermont Avenue, Rhode Island Avenue, and P Street at 13th Street, N.W. Known for its Victorian townhouses, the gentrifying neighborhood radiates approximately two blocks out from the circle.
Flickr: Logan Circle, DC
Repository of photographs taken in Washington, DC's Logan Circle neighborhood.
Logan Circle Community Association
The LCCA represents the Greater Logan Circle area, bounded by S Street to the north, K Street to the south, 9th Street to the east and 16th Street to the west. Site includes neighborhood history, business directory, and local events and news.
Logan Circle Historic District
A tour of the circle, one of a series of tours of local sites on the National Register of Historic Places.
Logan Circle News
Blog-style electronic neighborhood watch, maintained by the Logan Circle Community Association and focused on community events and issues in Washington, DC's Logan Circle neighborhood.
Wikipedia: Logan Circle, Washington, DC
Article from the online Wikipedia encyclopedia
Yahoo! Groups: Logan Circle News
Discussion group for issues and activities pertaining to the Logan Circle Area of Washington, DC. Yahoo! Groups membership required.
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