Logan Circle Historic District is a virtually unchanged example of a prosperous, late‑19th century residential neighborhood constructed around one of the L'Enfant circles and is a remarkably coherent example of architectural expression from the gaslight era. Many of the buildings in this district are circa 1875-1900 and are large, individually designed brick and stone houses which present a continuous street facade of Late Victorian and Richardsonian Romanesque architecture. Approximate 135 contributing buildings make up the district.
DC preliminary listing: November 8, 1964
DC designation: March 28, 1972
National Register listing: June 30, 1972