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

Posted in Uncategorized on May 9th, 2017 by admin

The Washington Post

May 9, 2017

By Michele Lerner

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.

Trout Design Studio oversaw the renovation of the original building on the site, a former bed-and-breakfast built as a residence in 1887, as well as the new building on the adjacent lot. Jeff Akseizer, principal of the Akseizer Design Group, provided interior design services.

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Posted in Project News on May 5th, 2017 by admin


The Scout Guide

May 1, 2017

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.

TROUT DESIGN STUDIO, the architects on The Logan and a full service and design atelier, focus on high-end, custom design, single and multi-family residential projects.

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