Description

The National Union Building is a historic building originally designed by Glenn Brown in 1890.  The building was built in a Romanesque architecture style constructed of brownstone and built for the National Union Fire Insurance Company.  The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990 and purchased by Douglas Development in 2007.

In 2012, the entire interior of the building was renovated to create a special event venue for LivingSocial, a rapidly expanding company in electronic couponing.  All seven stories of this building feature unique “LivingSocial Experiences” including spaces for cooking classes, wine tastings, pop-up stores/restaurants, instructional classrooms and much more.

Facts

  • 28,106 rentable square feet
  • Built 1890; Acquired 2007; Redeveloped 2012
  • Seven-story building entirely dedicated to special events
  • Metro Access:  Two blocks from Metro Center (Red, Orange, Blue Lines)