Pi Day, March 14th, came and went last week, but not without a highly anticipated celebration at the ZComm offices. To pay homage to the magical number, we decided to taste a few different pizzerias that deliver to our downtown office. We politely declined 7 Eleven’s free slice, and ordered pizzas from &Pizza, Pi Pizzeria and Wiseguy Pizza. Don’t be… Read more →
Living in a bustling city like D.C., you’re usually inundated with things to do, but sometimes it’s hard to choose. We’re flooded with options, from new bars and restaurants to museum exhibits, and we’re often left overwhelmed and ridden with indecision. The ZComm team is here to rescue you from your weekend worries with a carefully selected list of activities.… Read more →
This weekend marks the beginning of March if you can believe it. It’s not quite time for spring-y activities in the city, with some snow showers expected next week, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t plenty of things to do in D.C. this weekend, some that will even let you get outside. Watch DC United Kick… Read more →
In honor of National Croissant Day, Abby, Meredith and I conducted a very official taste test of our favorite French pastry. To brighten a brisk Monday morning, we brought croissants from three local cafes and bakeries to our office. On the roster we had the east coast coffee-roasting favorite La Colombe, the international superstar Paul, and the D.C. native… Read more →
Risë Birnbaum OK, I admit it. I’m a Democrat. My best guess is Hillary will win the nomination and the presidency, but nothing’s a sure thing. The first democratic debate in Vegas was a good showing for the Dems and for CNN’s Anderson Cooper. Instead of ranting and pointing fingers like spoiled children, they simply and calmly discussed the issues… Read more →
Everything about the Watergate, the town within a city on the banks of the Potomac, was revolutionary when it was conceived five decades ago. The Watergate was the largest privately funded renewal project in Washington, DC – and the city’s first mixed-use project, not to mention its unique, European design.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the now famous Watergate, the Washington Post featured apartments that have acquired some ‘Mad Men’ chic. Our CEO Risë Birnbaum’s power pad was one of those featured in the article.
We snapped some pictures the same day the Washington Post was there to capture the beautiful, modern interior of Risë’s renovated apartment inside the Watergate, with a fantastic view of the Potomac. Take a look at the article below, check out Risë’s sweet digs and help celebrate the 50th anniversary of the iconic Watergate complex.
Check out the Washington Post article here and for a behind the scenes look at the Washington Post cover shoot, take a look at the pictures below!