Logan Square, a.k.a. Logan Circle, is named for James Logan an 18th century mayor of Philadelphia as well as being an integral part of William Penn’s five "squares" or parks design plan. Logan Square is located north of Market Street, south of Spring Garden Street, west of Broad Street, and east of the Schuylkill River and is an open air park as well as a neighborhood that has, over the course of time, transitioned from an area used as a connector to “other” well established neighborhoods to one that is actively sought after as an address to obtain.

Known as one of the most beautiful locations in the City, The Swann Memorial Fountain built by Wilson Eyre, Jr and sculptor Alexander Calder, provides a brilliant display of flowerbeds surrounding a spectacular fountain of three figures representing Philadelphia’s principal waterways (Schuylkill River as a mature woman, Wissahickon as a girl and Delaware River as a man) with jets sending water 50ft high. Adjacent to the Swann Fountain is the 5 star luxury Four Seasons Hotel providing world-class accommodations at One Logan Square, (215) 963-1500.

Logan Square real estate is a diversified mix of historically significant townhomes, multi-level garden style communities, new construction and renovated condominium warehouses. Luxury new construction mansion townhomes include Kings Court located at 21st & Race Streets offering 4Bedrooms/4baths, 4 car Parking, gourmet kitchen, double sided elevator, multiple decks and Smart Home Technology. The newest addition to the neighborhood are the exquisite 5,200SF townhomes at 22nd & Cherry Streets offering modern sophistication, 2 car garage parking, elevator, luxurious baths, incredible woodwork, dramatic lighting, 700+ sf roof deck and 10 year tax abatement.

The Phoenix, a Philadelphia landmark and high-rise luxury condominium, was built in 1925 and is the former headquarters of INA (Insurance Company North America). Designed by Philadelphia architecture firm Stewardson & Page, the building exemplifies the Georgian Revival style and is characterized by symmetrical composition enriched with classical detail. The reception area provides ornate bronze elevator lobbies, Kubota marble walls and floors, Doric-columned alcoves and polychrome-coffered ceilings.

Within steps of the Art Museum/Fairmount neighborhood, it is home to Penn Center and much of Philadelphia's Central Business District. Logan Square continues to experience residential and commercial new construction and renovation projects within every available square inch of space. Due to its unique central location, this is a neighborhood for the true city dweller! Walk to work, restaurants, museums and center city’s nightlife. It also provides easy access to I-676, I-76, I-95 and points beyond.

Penn Center is a 5 million square foot office/retail complex that helped transform the area located from 15th to 19th Streets, east to west and from John F. Kennedy Boulevard to Market Street, north to south, from a gritty industrial commercial district into the centerpiece of Philadelphia's business district in the late 20th century.

John F. Kennedy Plaza a.k.a. Love Park is a plaza situated across from City Hall and the brainchild of former City Planner Edmund Bacon and designed by architect Vincent Kling who wanted to create a gateway to the Ben Franklin Parkway, Fairmount Park and points beyond. Built in 1965, the park sits atop an underground garage and was originally dedicated as the John F Kennedy Plaza in 1967. The Plaza features curved granite steps and beautiful fountain. The nickname LOVE Park comes from the world famous LOVE sculpture, designed by Robert Indiana, created for the United States’ Bicentennial Celebration in 1976.