LANHAM, Md. — The “social Safeway” in the Georgetown section of Washington, D.C., just got more sociable with the store's grand reopening earlier this month. As a hub and meeting place for Georgetown locals, the so-called “social” Safeway — a 48,000-square-foot store that was 30 years old when it closed in late April 2009 — reopened earlier this month as a 71,000-square-foot lifestyle store. It is the largest store in Safeway's Eastern division and the only store in the division that ...

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