Center City Philadelphia Condos
Logan Square is an open-space park in Center City Philadelphia's northwest quadrant and one of the
five original planned squares laid out on the city grid. Originally called "Northwest Square," the
park had a somewhat gruesome history as a site of public executions and burial plots until the early
Nineteenth Century. In 1825, it was renamed Logan Square after Philadelphia statesman James Logan.
Although the bounds of the square - 15th Street to the east, 20th Street to the west, Arch Street to
the south and Vine Street to the north - are still intact, the park today is distinguished by its
circle, constructed in the 1930s as a segment of Benjamin Franklin Parkway and centered around
picturesque Swann Fountain. Among the sites in its immediate vicinity are the Free Library of
Philadelphia, the Academy of Natural Sciences, the Franklin Institute and the Roman Catholic
Cathedral-Basilica of Sts. Peter and Paul.
For more information on Logan Square Area condos, and all Philadelphia real estate, please don't hesitate to contact us!
Quick Logan Square Sales Stats 2017
17 Sales - Top Price $2,200,000
Quick Logan Square Sales Stats 2016
37 Sales - Top Price $2,000,000
Quick Logan Square Sales Stats 2015
41 Sales - Top Price $2,000,000
St. Peter St. Paul Cathedral Basilica
Sister Cities Park
Academy of Natural Sciences
The Franklin Institute
20th and Calloway Street
200 South 24th Street
2023 Sansom Street
1427 Vine Street 19102
(215) 762 7000
Philadelphia Police 6th District
235 North 11th Street 19107
(215) 686 3060
ON THE FRONT LINES OF THE PHILADELPHIA CONDO MARKET SINCE 1989!