In 2014, Ponce City Market begins to reopen 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 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 is a daily gathering place and culinary destination, year-round.
Retail shops and offices add to the life, color, and culture of Ponce City Market and surrounding neighborhoods. Residents of the Flats apartments in the upper ﬂoors of the east and west wings are 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.