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THE EVENTS and places OF ATLANTA’S PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE THAT HAVE AND ARE TRANSFORMING THE CITY INTO THE INCREASINGLY MORE GLOBAL AND PROMINENT CITY OF TODAY AND TOMORROW.
Ponce City Market
When was this built?
1929; renovated 2014
Who built it?
Originally built by Sears as a distribution warehouse and showroom; redeveloped by Jamestown Properties as a mixed-use food hall, office, and residential complex
How much did it cost to renovate?
How Big is it?
2.1 million square feet (that’s 35 football fields). It is the largest brick building in the Southeast
What tenants are located here?
Some of the tenants include H&F Burger, Jia, Hops Chicken, West Elm, Elk Clothing, Pancake Social, Sweetgreen, Acadia Health, Pinterest, Twitter, Industrious, Five Daughters Bakery, Spiller Park Coffee, Citizens Supply Company
Who owns it?
Why should I care?
The massive Ponce City Market is a pioneer in experiential retail, modeled after Chelsea Market in New York City. It is also a pioneer in bringing redevelopment to the formerly depressed Old Fourth Ward area of Atlanta. It is easily accessible from the Beltline and from the Old Fourth Ward Park.
Nick has extensive experience in real estate and a passion for exploring cities