The streets of Logan-Ogontz-Fern Rock have a colonial look.

Logan-Ogontz-Fern Rock is a neighborhood in north Philadelphia. There are three major transportation centers in the area, including the Fern Rock Transportation Center, Olney Transportation Center and the Septa Wayne Junction Substation. Getting around this neighborhood or traveling into the city center is easy via the many train lines available. 

The southern border of the area is created by Roosevelt Boulevard. North Broad Street runs north-south up the center of the neighborhood. You should have no problems traveling either in the city or outside it whether you drive or prefer public transit. 

Logan-Ogontz-Fern Rock is home to LaSalle University and many of the neighborhood's residents are students there. You can choose from a range of academic programs from which to study. The LaSalle Art Museum is also nearby and is open to the public. It brings in a number of exhibits each year that cover a variety of mediums and historical movements. For example, the museum hosted an exhibit in late 2013 on the printmakers of the Baroque period. 

The neighborhood has a variety of housing options from high-rise apartment complexes to smaller buildings. Many residential streets are lined with row houses that were popular during the 1800s. Because of this fact, the area has a colonial look. 

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