The rent at The Cambridge Apartments ranges from $1,499 for a studio to a $1,999 one bedroom. Apartments in this building are about 19% less expensive than the Logan Circle average. This is a cat-friendly apartment.
This apartment is in the Logan Circle neighborhood in Washington D.C.. Nearby parks include Samuel Gompers Memorial Park, Samuel Gompers Park and Samuel Gompers Memorial.
The Cambridge Apartments has a Walk Score of 95 out of 100. This location is a Walker’s Paradise so daily errands do not require a car.
Nearby schools include Thomson Elementary School, Center City - Shaw Campus Pcs and Immaculate Conception School.
The closest grocery stores are Capitol Supermarket, Grocery Manufacturers Association and Fair Price Grocery & Cafe.
Nearby coffee shops include Au Bon Pain, The South Lawn Cafe and Au Bon Pain. There are 355 restaurants within a 15 minute walk including Quiznos Sandwich Restaurants, Morrison-Clark Historic Inn & Restaurant and Morrison-Clark Restaurant.
The Cambridge Apartments is near Strayer University, Trinity University and Danaher Headquarters.
There are excellent bike lanes and the terrain is flat as a pancake. The Cambridge Apartments is a Biker’s Paradise, daily errands can be accomplished on a bike. Bike sharing is available from Capital Bikeshare.
The Cambridge offers true downtown convenience for active, urban lifestyles. Located in the heart of DC on Massachusetts Avenue, between Thomas Circle and 12th Street, The Cambridge is ideally situated just four blocks from the McPherson Square Metro stop.
This modern high-rise apartment building, with its stunning lobby provides not only convenience but also plenty of comfort. Offering twelve different floor plans, each featuring bright kitchens, bathrooms with separate vanity areas, and spacious living rooms with huge windows. Enjoy the convenience of 24-hour concierge, stay in shape in the private fitness center, or relax by the amazing roof-top pool with monumental views of the DC skyline.
It’s all waiting for you at Logan Circle’s finest address, The Cambridge.