Atlanta's lifeless Sears Roebuck & Co. building collected dust and decay for decades, leaving behind faded memories of a once-bustling neighborhood. Tired of ignoring the building's potential, ownership changed multiple times until plans evolved to transform the structure into a major community hub.
After a multi-million dollar redevelopment plan, the 1926 structure underwent excessive renovation between 2011 and 2014. Thus, the Ponce City Market was born.
Stop by to enjoy fresh food markets, boutique shopping, an impressive food court, offices, and even high-end apartments inside the building. Four entrances, 400 free bike spaces, and almost 2,500 parking spaces ensure residents and roamers alike can easily access and appreciate what is considered the area's largest adaptive reuse project.
Easygoing bakeshop, grocer & wine bar featuring prepared foods, coffee & gelato, plus... Read more