CCD:Center City District
RODIN MUSEUMAuguste Rodin
Logan Square (also called Logan Circle) is located in the heart of the museum district along the Ben Franklin Parkway, it is one of the five original open-space parks planned by William Penn. Originally called "Northwest Square", the park hosted public executions and provided burial plots. Today, the square is home to The Swann Memorial Fountain built by Alexander Calder in 1924.
This increasingly popular neighborhood lies north of Market Street, south of Spring Garden Street, west of Broad Street and east of the Schuylkill River. It contains Penn Center and much of Philadelphia’s Central Business District. There are a wide range of housing options from New York style lofts, contemporary townhomes, and luxury condos to historic brownstones. Prices in Logan Square range from $299,000 to $1.4mil with an average sale price for 2007 of $579,000.