5 Logan Circle, NW, is a brick residence constructed in 1883 and situated within the northwest quadrant of Logan Circle (formerly Iowa Circle) in Washington, D.C. The Property occupies Lot 38 of Square 241, bound to the north by Q Street, NW, to the east by Thirteenth Street, NW, to the southeast by Logan Circle, NW, to the south by P Street, NW, and to the west by Kingman Place, NW, 5 Logan Circle, NW, is oriented to the southwest, facing Logan Circle Park, and is attached on both its north and south sides to neighboring residences. The building is comprised of a three-strory front block with an exposed basement and mansard tile roof, and a two-story, flat-roofed rear block. The building features red brick coursed in running bond with flush, butter mortar joints on its fa├žade and south elevation. The rear elevation features brick masonry laid in seven-course common bond brick with wider extruded mortar joints. The townhouse is a contributing resource to the Logan Circle Historic District, added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.