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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Eye on Ponce City Market

--From: http://www.poncecitymarket.com/home
As the largest adaptive reuse project in Atlanta's history, Ponce City Market will restore 1.1 million square feet of the historic Sears, Roebuck & Company building, creating a vibrant urban centerpiece that combines 330,000 square feet of retail and restaurants, 475,000 square feet of office space and 259 residential flats.

The redevelopment will focus on preserving the building's historic character and sustaining its connection with the community. Ponce City Market will reflect the authenticity of the historic structure and the surrounding neighborhoods, returning the building to its prominence as a thriving landmark in the Southeast.

The evolution of Ponce City Market will incorporate a pedestrian network, city parks and access to new BeltLine trails, linking dynamic intown neighborhoods with the convenience and comfort of highly desirable retail, dining, exceptional residences and Class-A loft office space.

As a development born of integrity, in 2014 Ponce City Market is destined to emerge as Atlanta's next great urban experience. Be sure to follow the blog, Facebook and Twitter pages for ongoing updates.
Looking for a new place to live, check out the FLATS at Ponce City Market.

Seeking a FLAT on the Beltline?

From: www.flatsatpcm.com
Wherever you go, the sky-kissing, tall brick tower at Ponce City Market is your beacon for finding your apartment at the FLATS at Ponce City Market. Following a years-in-the-making, dramatic revamp, the landmark Sears building is preserved, wholly-renovated, and full of life again.

Live upstairs in the Flats at Ponce City Market, and you’re connected to the best neighborhoods, offices, retail, and cultural scenery in the city. Hop a lift to your own lofty flat with tall, steel-frame windows, Euro-style fittings, and treetop views. Grab coffee in a refashioned rail shed. Pedal to cafes and shopping. Catch farmers’ markets, festivals, and art shows.
Flats apartments are now available for rent, right on the Atlanta BeltLine, across from the historic Fourth Ward Park.

Photo credits : D.G.Whitefield

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