Ponce City Market is about ready for its close-up.From: http://www.ajc.com
Atlantans have been watching the project since 2011, when developer Jamestown Properties bought City Hall East, a former Sears distribution center, and announced plans to turn it into a mixed-use development that would feature retail, restaurants and food stalls, office space and high-end apartments.
There are several more businesses still slated to open, but those who have been eagerly awaiting PCM already have plenty of opportunities to eat, shop, listen to music and more.
A piece of New York has come to Ponce City Market.
Ponce City Nights, an offshoot of Chelsea Nights at Chelsea Market in New York City, launched in September 2015 with local acts Small Reactions, Book of Colors and Floral Print.
The Ponce City Market Facebook page will keep music fans apprised of upcoming talent.
The all-ages concerts are free and take place 6:30-8:30 p.m. every other Thursday in the courtyard or Central Food Hall.
— Melissa Ruggieri