There’s still time to nominate local icons for Best of D.C. Fill out your ballot now! I've already voted Part of the Giant incorporates the old O Street Market. A photo of the old market hangs on the wall.The store is selling over 1,400 wines.A sliver of natural light separates the new store (left) from the historic market section (right).A photo on the wall depicts the first Giant, which opened at Park Road and Georgia Avenue NW in 1936.The historic market section.The market section, viewed from cafe seating upstairs.The market includes a growler station. On tap right now: Dogfish Head, Devils Backbone, Troegs, and Victory. The bar will be open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., and shoppers will be able to drink a glass of wine or beer while they shop.s Backbone, Troegs, and Victory. The bar will be open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., and shoppers will be able to drink a glass of wine or beer while they shop.The historic market section.The deli features an automated menu (read: Wawa-esque).Outside of the historic O Street Market, the store looks like a typical Giant.Giant says this store has more organic offerings than most of its locations. Here, the natural cereal aisle.The historic market section, viewed from the entrance in the new section.The entrance to the store.The store has self-checkout areas on both ends, and lanterns that recall the old streetscape of the neighborhood.Move-in at the residences will begin in mid-December. Already, 75 people have signed leases, sight unseen, according to Richard Lake of Roadside Development, which is building the property. This model unit was furnished by Vastu.Bedrooms in many of the one-bedroom units dont have windows. They accommodate a queen-size bed, without much room to spare.t have windows. They accommodate a queen-size bed, without much room to spare.