Ponce City Market

Atlanta, Georgia

Ponce City Market was originally constructed in 1926 as the Sears, Roebuck and Co. warehouse and distribution facility. 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 direct access to the Atlanta BeltLine. Atlanta neighborhoods of Virginia-Highland, Poncey-Highland, and Midtown are all within easy walking or pedaling distance. The roof features panoramic views, an 18-hole mini golf course, boardwalk-style games, craft cocktails and more.

The building now combines 259 residential flats with approximately 550,000 square feet of Class A loft office space and 300,000 square feet of retail and restaurants. In 2018, Ponce City Market was named Office Building of the Year by the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA)

Address: 675 Ponce de Leon Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA 30308

Building Details:

  • More than 1,158,800 square feet
  • Approximately 550,000 square feet of Class A loft office space
  • Approximately 300,000 square feet of retail and restaurants
  • 259 residential units
  • 9 floors

Sustainability: Ponce City Market was awarded LEED Gold certification through the U.S. Green Building Council under three different ratings systems: LEED Core and Shell, LEED BD + C for Homes, and LEED for Commercial Interiors for the Jamestown corporate headquarters.

Major Tenants: Mailchimp, Athenahealth, Industrious, Cardlytics, Skyline Park, Google Fiber, Cox Enterprises, Anthropologie, HowStuffWorks, The Frye Company