- The Washington Times - Friday, May 23, 2008

Redevelopment in the Logan Circle neighborhood of Northwest Washington in recent

years has transformed a once undesirable area into a vibrant community with a mix of rehabilitated town homes and larger condominium buildings, new condominium developments, shops, restaurants and theaters.

Located between Dupont Circle and Shaw, Logan Circle offers theater at several venues; boutiques with art, furniture and clothing; an upscale grocery store; and myriad restaurants serving nearly every ethnic cuisine.

Murillo/Malnati Group recently added a 16-unit boutique condominium to the housing options available in this revitalized part of the city. Known as Logan Park, this brick-front, contemporary-style building at 1616 11th St. NW includes floor-to-ceiling windows and approximately 3,500 square feet of outdoor space with roof decks, patios and two courtyards.

The roof deck offers views of Washington’s monuments and landmark buildings. Eleven parking spaces are accessible through a rear alley, but residents also will be likely to walk three blocks to the U Street Metro station for access to the rest of the Washington area.

The one- and two-bedroom homes have 682 to 1,087 square feet and are base-priced from $299,900 to $659,900. Monthly condominium fees range from $185 to $280 per month. Seven of the homes include one parking space, with four additional parking spaces available for purchase for $40,000.

The contemporary-style homes have open, light-filled floor plans with 10-foot ceilings; maple hardwood flooring; brushed-steel door hardware; and a kitchen with Bosch side-by-side counter-depth refrigerators, stainless appliances, Kohler plumbing fixtures, European cabinets and Silestone engineered-stone counters.

Additional features include full-size washers and dryers, porcelain tile bathroom floors, ceramic tile shower and bath surrounds, individually controlled heat and air conditioning, a security system and high-tech features including iPod docking stations and flat-panel television-ready features along with cable and satellite television wiring and high-speed Internet wiring.

First-floor unit 104, priced at $579,900, has a monthly condominium fee of $280 and includes a parking space. This home has a combined living and dining room with two walls of windows and an open center-island kitchen. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and private full bath. The second bedroom has a standard closet and a full bath across the hall.

Third-floor unit 302, priced at $399,900, has a monthly condominium fee of $185. This home has a living area with a wall of windows and an open dining area and kitchen. A den with a closet is near the kitchen. The bedroom has a walk-in closet and an adjacent full bath.

Third-floor unit 303, priced at $499,900, has a monthly condominium fee of $240. This home has a combined living and dining room with a wall of windows and an open kitchen. The master bedroom has a double window, a walk-in closet and a private full bath. The second bedroom has a standard closet and a full bath across the hall.

The Penthouse 1 model, with a parking space and a private, 860-square-foot roof deck, is priced at $589,900, with a monthly condominium fee of $245. This home has an open center-island kitchen and living and dining room with five walls of windows. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and two walls of windows, while the second bedroom has a standard closet. These two bedrooms share a full bath.

For information or directions to Logan Park, call Realtors Alex Vendetti or Paul Pike, with Tutt, Taylor & Rankin/Sotheby’s International Realty at 202/550-8871 or 202/550-8872 or visit www.mmgdevelopment.com.

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