Living Social Not Just Online

Notice all the media attention heaped on LivingSocial (1445 New York Avenue) lately? Chalk it up to the company’s shift away from being a strictly online daily deals operation to one also focused on experimental retail “experience” space. Last year, LivingSocial leased the Douglas Development building at 918 F Street, transforming the 26,000 SF historic building near Gallery Place and the Verizon Center www.downtowndc.org/go/verizon-center into multi-purpose space for entertainment and a variety of cooking, art and exercise classes led by industry experts and local instructors. By now, it’s widely known that celebrity chef, Mike Isabella, of  Graffiato www.downtowndc.org/go/graffiato (707 6th Street) fame staged a successful pop-up restaurant there over four days last month. Tickets sold out within a few hours at $119 per person. What’s next? Keep up with the full list of offerings at the Living Social website www.livingsocial.com

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