Store Manager: Joe T Tartaglione
Joe T started his “A Few Cool Hardware Stores” career in 2009 as a part-time cashier at Logan Hardware. A few years later, Joe T was promoted to Assistant Manager and again to our Store Manager in Summer 2014.
Aside from his extensive experience at Ace Hardware, his long history of retail management at retailers like Whole Foods Market and Borders Books makes him a great fit for his new position. His dedication to the company and Logan Circle community is evident in his day to day interactions with customers. He thoroughly enjoys spending time on the sales floor helping others with their DIY projects, providing the kind of customer service details that makes Logan Hardware such a unique and inviting place to shop. Joe T's favorite departments are electrical and pet.
Joe T has lived in the Logan Circle community for almost 40 years and has been a friend and neighbor of many of the Logan Hardware guests for years. Currently he lives happily with his 4 rescue dogs.
LOCATION AND HOURS
Created in what was originally a car dealership, Logan Hardware opened on March 1, 2003. It has three levels hundred year old wood floors on the second level, and 6,000 square feet of retail space. Over 18,000 items can be found on it’s shelves and tens of thousands of more can be ordered for your project.
1416 P St. NW
Washington, DC 20005
Mon – Sat: 8 am – 8 pm
Sunday: 10 am – 6 pm
Logan Hardware is committed to promoting the use of sustainable transportation as a way to reduce local traffic congestion, air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. Please consider using some of the District’s sustainable transportation options to get here. They are all included on goDCgo.com’s interactive map.
Metrorail: The closest station is the Shaw-Howard University station, which serves the Yellow and Green Lines. For more information about rail lines and fares, visit the WMATA website.
Metrobus: Metrobuses that stop nearby include the G2, 52, 53, 54, 63, S2, S1, S4 and S9. For more information about routes and fares, visit the WMATA website.
DC Circulator: The DC Circulator bus runs every 10 minutes and only costs $1 each way. The Woodley Park – Adams Morgan – McPherson Sq. route stops nearby, stopping at: 14th St. and P St. NW
For more information about DC’s local bus service, visit the Circulator website.
Capital Bikeshare: The District’s bikesharing program makes bicycles available to anyone. Simply take a bike from one of the hundreds of stations in DC, Arlington, Alexandria and Montgomery County and return it to a docking station near Logan Hardware. The closest docking stations are located at: 15th & P St. NW / 14th & Rhode Island Ave. NW
For more information about membership, fees and station locations, visit www.capitalbikeshare.com.