Logan Square, originally known as Northwest Square and later renamed in honor of James Logan, an 18th century mayor of Philadelphia, lies between the Art Museum/Fairmont and the Rittenhouse neighborhoods. Logan Square is buttressed on the west by the Schuylkill River, is home to an abundance of shopping centers including Target and a new, massive Whole Foods, and is well known for its local historical sites. Logan Square’s convenient and primary location epitomizes William Penn’s plan for Philadelphia as transportation can be accessed within steps of home. Located right off of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Logan Square has seen a recent uptick with new restaurants and tourist attractions yet remains a historic and quaint section of Philadelphia. The area features a number of homes and high-rises for those looking to live in the city, but be far away enough from the hustle and bustle of Center City, Philadelphia.