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Modern Living Juxtaposed With History.

That’s the Flats at Ponce City Market. We’ve outfitted each apartment with handsome, sturdy fixtures and finishes to complement the existing structural features. Details include Tribeca wood used for cabinetry, sinks installed with under-counter mounting, and strategically placed transoms to allow light flow.

Throughout Ponce City Market, we’ve saved as much of the masonry, columns and historic design elements as we can. Every flat includes architectural features from the building’s 90-year history as a SE hub for Sears Roebuck & Co. and then City Hall East.

The design details can be fascinating. As part of the refurbishing of the buildings’ tall, steel-frame windows, we’ve replaced more than 56,000 panes of glass for our Atlanta apartments. Newly revealed, original walls of brick and concrete block offer textural character. Below your feet, freshly-sealed-and-stained concrete floors show the patina of age. Nuances are everywhere in the design of our Atlanta apartments for rent. Pay close attention, and you’ll notice that the original columns in the west wing are round, while every column in the east wing has squared corners.

A Greener Atlanta

From bicycle storage and low VOC finishes, to low-flow water fixtures and on-site recycling, we’re making green, healthy living a priority at the Flats. Going green means setting and meeting benchmarks for sustainability, so residents at the Flats can breathe cleaner air, feel healthier, and use less water and power.

In fact, our Flats are being certified by LEED in the LEED for Homes rating system. Which lets you sleep better, too.

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Finishes

We’ve outfitted each flat with handsome, sturdy fixtures and finishes to complement the existing structural features. Details include a mix of light and dark wood used for cabinetry, sinks installed with under-counter mounting, and transoms over doors to allow air-flow and light.