Now that hard-hat tours to the spectacular roof terrace have commenced, we can confirm that the new residences at Logan13 will have several spectacular features setting them apart.
One, of course, is location. Situated in the heart of Logan Circle–walking distance from countless eateries, cultural attractions and Metro–the building affords dramatic views of the surrounding neighborhoods.
The other feature that is drawing attention is the widely-available outdoor space residents will enjoy, either privately or in the spacious rooftop terrace for all residents to enjoy.
“Being a half-block off Logan Circle helps us stand apart from everything else that’s going on in the city,” said Craig Souza, Sales Manager for McWilliams|Ballard. “One two-bedroom floor plan has a great bump-out feature where, from the inside of the home on all floors, you can look north and see Logan Circle directly and look south and see down 13th Street. It’s really going to be a terrific view.”
The armed robbery occurred in the alley behind the Whole Foods at 1440 P St. NW about 3:15 a.m. Sunday.
The victim was walking in the area when he heard footsteps, according to authorities. He then turned around, and a man hit him in the face.
The armed robbery happened on 1800 block of Lamont Street NW about 7 p.m. The area is about a block west of Lamont Park at Lamont and Mount Pleasant streets NW.
The victim was in the area when a boy came up to her from behind, according to authorities. The young man then placed his arm around her neck and put a knife to her abdomen.
Stephanie Dahle-Adams and Haley Herbst yesterday launched a GoFundMe page to install a new free book hub at the Luther Place Memorial Church at 14th and N streets NW. They’re seeking $600 for the project, according to the page.
Three men wanted for a Logan Circle armed robbery that netted $30,000 have appeared in surveillance footage.
The robbery occurred inside the Holiday Inn at 1501 Rhode Island Ave. NW Tuesday night. The victim told police that he planned to buy a car from some men before they robbed him at gunpoint.
Video police distributed today in connection with the crime shows a backpack-wearing man dressed all in blue walking around the hotel with two other men. At one point, they were joined by someone who appeared to let them into a room.
The armed robbery happened inside the Holiday Inn at 1501 Rhode Island Ave. NW about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday.
The victim was meeting with three men in his hotel room about purchasing the vehicle when they forced him into his bathroom at gunpoint, police said.
Some frequent Metro bus riders and at least one Logan Circle community leader have differing opinions on whether to remove a shelter that covers a bus stop on 14th St. NW.
Members of Logan Circle’s ANC 2F voted last week to ask DDOT and WMATA to consider removing the shelter above the stop at 1336 14th St. NW. Among their concerns was that the stop was infrequently used, and sometimes attracted litter and the occasional loiterer.
Prior to last week’s meeting, a group of residents and a representative from the forthcoming Jinya Ramen bar came before the commission’s Community Development Committee and asked that the bus stop be removed altogether.
The kidnapping and attempted sexual assault happened about 4:30 a.m. Sunday. The exact location of the crime wasn’t known. But the woman was seen on the 1300 block of M Street NW before the incident.
The victim was in the area when she ended up in the car, which had four other individuals in it, according to authorities. It wasn’t immediately clear if she was forced into the vehicle, however.
The opportunity to have a beer with a Budweiser Clydesdale is coming to area sports bars next week.
Anheuser-Busch’s famed horses are set to visit Duffy’s (2106 Vermont Ave. NW) for a Nationals game viewing party on Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. “One lucky Budweiser Clydesdale” also is scheduled to trot over to Stoney’s (1433 P St. NW) on Saturday, April 9, from 1 to 3 p.m., according to a news release.
Photos are encouraged.
Logan Circle’s newest eatery will bring chicken wings, oysters and “county fair” poutine to the neighborhood as soon as next Thursday.
“We are shooting for Thursday April 7th for the opening,” Westlye told us this morning. “Barring any unforeseen issues, that should be a solid date.”
The assault occurred inside the Chipotle at 3113 14th St. NW about 2 p.m. Sunday.
The victim was waiting for members of his family to order food when five people entered the eatery, according to authorities. At least some of the individuals were kids.
The armed robbery happened near 8th and O streets NW about 9:15 a.m. The CityMarket at O development, which includes a Giant Food and the Convivial restaurant, is at the intersection.
Authorities are looking for:
2 B/M in mid 20s, wearing all black. #1-is 6′ and wearing a brown/blue/red scarf. LS SB on 1300 blk of 8th St NW.
The armed robbery happened on the 2220 block of Champlain Street NW about 3:45 a.m. Saturday.
The victim and another woman were walking under the Marie Reed Aquatic Center breezeway when a car with five men drove near them, according to authorities. Soon after, one of the men got out of the car and pulled out two handguns.