The Adams Neighborhood  is one of Logan City's oldest, most densely populated and diverse neighborhoods. Adams is the gateway to Utah State University, home to a majority of the City's commercial retail establishments, and is home to approximately 12,600 residents. The Adams Neighborhood is also an area in transition. Changing demographics, aging housing stock, aging infrastructure, and a shift in ownership patterns away from traditional owner-occupied single family residences, coupled with a strong demand for affordable and accessible student housing, has led to significant shifts in the make-up of the Adams Neighborhood.
Single family dwellings once oriented towards family ownership and stability has given way to multi-family dwellings catering to a younger generation of students. Home ownership has evolved into investment property ownership, both with competing goals of neighborhood stabilization and return on investment. With a centralized location and an abundance of commercial services, recreational opportunities and major employers, the Adams Neighborhood has and will continue to have a great deal of attractive strength.
The Adams Neighborhood contains many of Logan's most prominent landmarks and land uses. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS) Temple, completed in 1884, is located atop the hill on 300 East overlooking downtown and much of Logan. The LDS Tabernacle is another prominent landmark and is located at Main and Center Streets. The Logan Regional Hospital is located at 400 East and 1400 North. Utah State University, educating over 16,000 students, is located directly east of Adams.
The Center Street Historic District (a local landmark district also listed on the National Register) is contained within the Adams neighborhood boundaries.