Office & Retail


Skyline and treetop views in every direction is a rarity in Atlanta, and is a key feature of Ponce City Market’s distinctive Class-A office space. In design, location and amenities, the Offices at Ponce City Market rival the region’s—and perhaps the country’s—most competitive and compelling office buildings.

For Office Leasing:

Aileen Almassy, Cushman & Wakefield

The Offices at PCM Offer

  • Up to 550,000 square fee of Class-A office space
  • Up to 79,000 square feet available on a single floor
  • Sustainability within an iconic historic building
  • Secure access to office floors, with dedicated covered parking on office floors
  • Excellent access to transit and I-75/I-85 connector (within one mile)
  • Alternative transportation perks, including indoor bike storage, a carpool program, zip cars, and bike share program
  • Indoor and outdoor shopping areas with a variety of local, regional and national retailers and service providers
  • Central Food Hall with regional and local restaurants housed within Ponce City Market
  • On-site health club
  • Tenant storage and data center space available
  • Excellent connectivity with redundant power and dark fiber
  • Skyline views
  • On-site management and security
  • Furnished corporate apartments


  • Approximately 320,000 square-feet of retail and restaurants
  • Located on the first and second floors
  • Central Food Hall with chef-led, local restaurants; specialty foods, gourmet markets, and prepared foods
  • Indoor and outdoor dining opportunities
  • Street signage available
  • Located at the nexus of established in-town Atlanta neighborhoods
  • Ample surface and below-ground parking—more than 1,300 spaces connected to virtually every corner of the property

Retail Space

This retail space is comfortably nestled among Atlanta’s most established neighborhoods, including Virginia Highland, Old Fourth Ward, Candler Park, Midtown, Inman Park and Druid Hills. Ponce City Market is also conveniently located on the Atlanta BeltLine, which helps drive pedestrian traffic from the surrounding neighborhoods. It is flanked by the new 35-acre Historic Fourth Ward Park. Ponce City Market is also easily accessible from I-75/85, a terrific draw for shoppers from neighboring communities and outside of the Atlanta area.


On its legendary opening day 1926, an estimated 30,000 people lined up outside for a chance to shop at Sears, Roebuck & Co. The buzz and excitement continued for several decades, as Sears remained a commercial and community hub for Atlanta. Ponce City Market will renew that spark by providing a wholly-renovated, historic space that houses outstanding food destinations and the best in local and national retail.

For Retail Leasing:

Tisha Maley, Jamestown Properties