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 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 (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

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