Gather, Eat & Shop

In 2014, Ponce City Market reopens the fully renovated Sears, Roebuck & Company building, restoring its prominence as a vital landmark in Atlanta’s burgeoning Old Fourth Ward. Linked directly to the Atlanta BeltLine, and situated across from Old Fourth Ward Park, our iconic stretch of Ponce de Leon Avenue is a major part of the redevelopment movement at the crossroads of Atlanta’s most established neighborhoods.

At the heart of Ponce City Market is the marketplace itself, a flexible space to gather, eat and shop. In the Central Food Hall, artisan chefs and local purveyors will fill an authentic market with the design, food, and flavors of Atlanta. From morning coffee to lunchtime shopping and date-night dinners, the Central Food Hall will be a daily gathering place and culinary destination, year-round.

Retail shops and offices will add to the life, color, and culture of Ponce City Market and surrounding neighborhoods. Residents of the Flats apartments the upper floors of the East Wing and West Wing—will be just a few steps or an elevator ride from workplaces, shopping, the Central Food Hall, and a direct access to the BeltLine. Atlanta neighborhoods of Virginia Highland, Poncey Highlands, and Midtown are all within easy walking or pedaling distance.

Making History

The National Trust for Historic Preservation recognizes Ponce City Market as “History in the making,” and recognizes the project as part of a plan “to move Atlanta forward while maintaining and emphasizing the city’s unique history and culture.”

In early 2014, Travel + Leisure ranked Ponce City Market as one the 25 in its list of “The World’s Coolest New Tourist Attractions.”

The Latest

For the latest news and happenings, check out Ponce City Market on Facebook or the PCM blog.

Old Fourth Ward Virginia Highland Midtown Poncey-Highland Druid Hills
Old Fourth Ward

is our home, and we love the diversity. Young creative pros add to the energy here--a renaissance of art, loft living and studios, revitalized parks, and local shops, along with major retailers like Whole Foods and Home Depot.

Virginia Highland

and Morningside are within easy walking distance to the north of your apartment, with leafy streetscapes leading to schools and offices, boutique shopping, and tasty cafe stops.

Midtown

Pedal or walk the Atlanta BeltLine to Midtown in minutes to offices on stylish Peachtree Street, or find green serenity at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Also home to the High Museum of Art and legendary Fox Theatre.

Poncey-Highland

Poncey-Highland connects Midtown and Virginia-Highland and provides a perfect blend of both these distinct neighborhoods. Manuel’s Tavern is a presidential favorite and Atlanta’s quintessential neighborhood bar.

Druid Hills

Among the historic houses and bungalows of Druid Hills and Candler Park are pedestrian-friendly parks and golf greens, Emory University, and the huge(!) dinosaur sculptures at Fernbank Museum of Natural History.

Old Fourth Ward

is our home, and we love the diversity. Young creative pros add to the energy here--a renaissance of art, loft living and studios, revitalized parks, and local shops, along with major retailers like Whole Foods and Home Depot.

Virginia Highland

and Morningside are within easy walking distance to the north of your apartment, with leafy streetscapes leading to schools and offices, boutique shopping, and tasty cafe stops.

Midtown

Pedal or walk the Atlanta BeltLine to Midtown in minutes to offices on stylish Peachtree Street, or find green serenity at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Also home to the High Museum of Art and legendary Fox Theatre.

Poncey-Highland

Poncey-Highland connects Midtown and Virginia-Highland and provides a perfect blend of both these distinct neighborhoods. Manuel’s Tavern is a presidential favorite and Atlanta’s quintessential neighborhood bar.

Inman Park

The Atlanta BeltLine winds through re-purposed warehouses and new apartment buildings and retail on the way to the grand trees and even grander homes built since the 1880s in Inman Park and Poncey Highland. Other nearby draws include the (Jimmy) Carter Center and springtime’s best street party at the Inman Park Festival.

Druid Hills

Among the historic houses and bungalows of Druid Hills and Candler Park are pedestrian-friendly parks and golf greens, Emory University, and the huge(!) dinosaur sculptures at Fernbank Museum of Natural History.

Candler Park

Among the historic houses and bungalows of Druid Hills and Candler Park are pedestrian-friendly parks and golf greens, Emory University, and the huge(!) dinosaur sculptures at Fernbank Museum of Natural History.

Community.

Happenings

From its landmark location in Old Fourth Ward, Ponce City Market is poised to be a connecting point for the exciting mix of adjoining neighborhoods, and beyond—including Virginia Highland, Midtown, Inman Park, Poncey-Highland, Morningside, Candler Park and Druid Hills.

Ponce City Market is focused on building community connections, and will incorporate a pedestrian network, public green spaces, and access to the new Atlanta BeltLine corridor—all within the revitalized historic property. As a community hub, Ponce City Market adds the in-town convenience and comfort of highly-desirable retail around the Central Food Hall, as well as exceptional Flats apartments and Class-A loft office space.