Welcome to Art Museum/ Logan Square
Idyllic blend of old and new, this active and vibrant community is at the heart of it all.
Located in downtown Philadelphia, Logan Square is one of the city’s most idyllically located communities, nestled directly between a vibrant social scene, world-class restaurants, and many historic sites and tourist attractions. Residents can walk out of their front doors and find one of the best cups of coffee in town, just a short walk away from some of the country’s most incredible museums.
Tree-lined streets and cobblestone walkways wind through rows of Federal-style townhouses intermingled with modern luxury apartments and booming businesses, allowing residents to enjoy a picture-perfect blend of the old world and the new.
What to Love
- Vibrant and active community
- World-class restaurants, cafes, and galleries
- Broad selection of properties with a wide range of amenities
Logan Square is one of the most bustling and vibrant neighborhoods in Downtown Philadelphia, offering residents a wide range of entertainment options and recreational activities to choose from. Many people living in Logan Square prefer to live an active lifestyle taking full advantage of the variety of yoga studios, fitness clubs, and sporting centers throughout.
The community’s social scene is another highlight. This lively community is home to some of the city’s best art galleries, cultural centers, high-end restaurants, and studios, creating a rich sense of culture that permeates every corner of Logan Square.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Logan Square has become something of a culinary mecca over the years, with several popular restaurants and trendy eateries moving into the area. Jean Georges Philadelphia
is located in the Four Seasons Hotel, and is one of the most popular restaurants in the entire city, and is certainly the best place to enjoy a special occasion. Guests can choose to dine ala-carte from a selection of outstanding dishes such as Peekytoe crab risotto, carmelized fennel with lemon puree, and roasted duck breast with hibiscus glazed butternut squash or they can delight in the renowned Jean George chef’s menu, prepared to perfection with the freshest local ingredients.
Also located in the beautiful Four Seasons Hotel is the JG Skyhigh Lounge
. Here, guests can look out at the unbelievable Philadelphia skyline whilst dining on the classic and refined Jean George cuisine they love. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, this is an especially popular stop for celebrating life’s biggest moments.
Assembly Rooftop Lounge
is by far the hippest place to spend an evening. This exclusive and elevated rooftop dining experience allows guests to look out at some of Philadephia’s best views whilst enjoying an array of handcrafted cocktails and exceptionally paired small plates like tuna tartare, beef barbacoa tacos, and a mouthwatering speck flatbread.
Things to Do
The ideal location of Logan Square means that residents can easily make their way over to any corner of Philadelphia with ease. However, there is more than enough to do right in town during free time as well. The Franklin Institute Science Museum
is always putting on new and exciting exhibits year after year. Giving guests of all ages an up-close and personal look at how our world works, this museum inspires and intrigues local residents and tourists alike.
Widely considered the cultural heart of the city, the Philadelphia Museum of Art
is a fantastic place to explore human connections, history, and creativity. With continuously changing exhibits and collection showcases, this museum plays a central role in the community, inspiring every guest to question and challenge their own creative limits.
The Barnes Foundation
is the largest and most diverse collection of impressionist and modern art. Pushing boundaries and bringing up questions that challenge even the most experienced art aficionado, this museum is the perfect place to spend an afternoon seeing how far the human imagination can stretch.